Home & Garden

Step into the some of the most beautiful and charming homes and gardens on the island through beautiful photography and descriptive writing. Make yourself at home!

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House on the Hill

Perched atop the quiet landscape where Nantucket’s original town once crowded the banks of Capaum Pond, a dirt drive bordering a wood-fenced pasture fades into a circular white shell driveway that peers...

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Nantucket’s Wildflowers

I look forward to my walks at all times of the year. In the winter, my walking companion and I bundle up and leash the dogs and head out into the moors and we are invigorated by the bracing winds off the...

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A Rose by any other name

It never fails. Every time I press a fragrant rose to my nose and take a deep breath, my grandfather’s image is conjured up. Tall and tan, with sparse, snowy hair, he is walking with me through his...

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Designing With Nantucket In Mind

Trudy Dujardin has two signature trademarks of her work in interior design: one is a passion for green products, paints and finishes, to ensure the health of the home and the family that lives there; the...

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Container Gardens

The decks, patios and porches of Nantucket lend themselves perfectly to gardening above the soil line. A single step in front of your house or apartment can provide enough space for an overflowing color...

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The Greening of Nantucket

Out on Esther’s Island at the tip of Smith’s Point, Alan Worden is building a three-bedroom, three-bathroom retreat for his family and friends powered by wind and solar energy.

On Nobadeer Farm Road, the...

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Deck the Halls

Michael Molinar, owner of Flowers on Chestnut for the past 21 years, certainly knows how to dress up a home for the holidays. The style contributor for Plum TV, he recently opened up Distinctive Home, a...

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In the Garden

Nantucket is no Easter Island. There are no ancient stone monoliths or cave paintings here. Regurgitated by a glacier when it fled to colder climates 10,000 years ago, Nantucket is nothing but a pile of more

Briar Patch

If the whitewashed tongue-and-groove paneling of Briar Patch could talk, perhaps it would whisper of summer dinner parties, and the magical glow of lanterns hung from a pergola climbing with wisteria and...

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Growing a Champion Pumpkin

Nantucket may have its share of golf tournaments, road races, sailing regattas and sand-castle contests, but a contest of another sort beats them all in longevity, seriousness and intent. First sanctioned...

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