Built on a cove of Edgartown Great Pond, “Forever Wild” is a standing tribute to the three generations of Wilds who have owned the property since 1941.

Harriet Bernstein

How should you care for old paintings?

Tom Dresser

The Muneys responded to the palette of a waterside setting on Edgartown Great Pond when planning their vacation house. Now the finished home inspires the family’s Vineyard lifestyle.

Anne McCarthy Strauss

Joan and John Potter’s home is the result of both a new way of looking at their East Chop property and an integration of an eclectic array of antiques – many from the Far East.

Brooks Robards

From walls around farmland to features in contemporary landscape design, what man has made of stone spans centuries and defines cultures.

Linda Black

Washingtonians Don and Ann Brown spent thirty-seven summers renting the same house in Vineyard Haven. Before that – and since – they’ve cheerfully moved from one rental to another. We visited with them recently in Chilmark.

Brooks Robards

After architect Michael Ball built one house on the Vineyard to live in, he did it again. Now he’s planning another move off-Island, but he’ll leave his mark with these two decidedly different designs.

Brooks Robards

An Oak Bluffs couple’s thoughtful (and thrifty) three-stage reformation.

Joyce Wagner