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With its high ceilings, large windows, and open layout, furniture designer Kevin Rodel (of Kevin Rodel Furniture & Desig...
04/19/2021
Unified Front - Maine Home + Design

With its high ceilings, large windows, and open layout, furniture designer Kevin Rodel (of Kevin Rodel Furniture & Design Studio) and Katy Longely's Bar Harbor home (designed by George Gekas and built by E.L. Higgins) serves as a gorgeous display of the couple’s shared sense of style. The living room, punctuated with pieces by Anne Ireland and Richard Keen reflects a small fraction of their impressive art collection, which is split between here and their Portland condo. Click the link below to read more about Longley and Rodel’s two complementary spaces designed by Brett Johnson of Maine Street Design Co.

Story: Katy Kelleher
Photos: François Gagné

#kevinrodel #barharbor #portland #artsandcraftsinspired

https://mainehomedesign.com/features/unified-front/

The two houses are located 175 miles apart, and their neighborhoods couldn’t be more different. One sits in downtown Portland, perched above asphalt and cobblestones. The other opens onto a lush garden with views (in the winter) of Acadia National … Continue reading →

In this month’s feature “A Modular Masterpiece”, a residence inspired by boathouses and fishing shacks cuts an elegant m...
12/17/2020
Modular Masterpiece - Maine Home + Design

In this month’s feature “A Modular Masterpiece”, a residence inspired by boathouses and fishing shacks cuts an elegant modern profile on Kennebunkport’s coast: https://mainehomedesign.com/features/modular-masterpiece/

Helena Galle, founder of a website for women over 40 called Grey-Feathers, is nothing if not ebullient. Asked to name her favorite aspect of the house that she and her lawyer husband, Craig Galle, built on the Kennebunkport coast, she comes … Continue reading →

The New Wave: This month we feature twenty-one architecture projects pushing design in Maine.https://mainehomedesign.com...
12/15/2020
The New Wave - Maine Home + Design

The New Wave: This month we feature twenty-one architecture projects pushing design in Maine.

https://mainehomedesign.com/features/the-new-wave/

2020 ARCHITECTURE LISTING – COMMERCIAL Atlantic Brewing Midtown Atlantic Brewing Midtown is a new commercial venture aimed at capturing local, authentic flavor in a creative and sustainable manner. The structure is at the end of a major retail development on … Continue reading →

For years the White House’s Old Family Dining Room has been used for small dinners, working lunches, and as a staging ar...
11/20/2020
Honoring History - Maine Home + Design

For years the White House’s Old Family Dining Room has been used for small dinners, working lunches, and as a staging area for large events. When the Obamas were residing in the White House, they wanted to expand inclusivity and diversity within the historic walls. Redesigning the space was the first step. Several contemporary pieces were included into the historically traditional space, including a piece of artwork by African American artist Alma Thomas—a first for the White House’s collection. “The idea of juxtaposing contemporary paintings into traditional spaces is certainly not novel or new,” says Michael Smith in Designing History (Rizzoli, 2020). https://mainehomedesign.com/style-room/honoring-history/

For years the White House’s Old Family Dining Room has been used for small dinners, working lunches, and as a staging area for large events. When the Obamas were residing in the White House, they wanted to expand inclusivity and … Continue reading →

Most Thanksgiving tables are not complete without a piece of Pyrex. Pieces made from 1945 through the late 1960s might b...
11/10/2020
Pyrex - Maine Home + Design

Most Thanksgiving tables are not complete without a piece of Pyrex. Pieces made from 1945 through the late 1960s might be the most popular vintage collectible right now due to the nostalgic aspect, price point, and of course, remarkable design.

https://mainehomedesign.com/design-lesson/pyrex/

Most Thanksgiving tables are not complete without a piece of Pyrex. Pieces made from 1945 through the late 1960s might be the most popular vintage collectible right now due to the nostalgic aspect, price point, and of course, remarkable design. … Continue reading →

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