Home Decor in MIT, Cambridge


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  • Art Tours Boston
    The walking expeditions of Art Tours Boston shepherd art-lovers and curious newcomers to galleries along Newbury Street or in the buzzing former mill buildings of the South End. Their leaders are professional artists, curators, and professors, and they're armed with enough knowledge that these local tours double as a survey of the vast arena of traditional, modern and contemporary art. As they travel from spot to spot perfecting their thoughtful head tilt, tour guests find opportunities to meet artists, discuss paintings, photography, and sculpture, and chat with art dealers.
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    30 Ipswich St
    Boston, MA US
  • The Fairy Shop
    The tiny Fairy Shop is an anomaly on trendy Newbury Street: it’s not a salon, a high-end clothing boutique or an upscale café. In fact, it’s about as far from trendy as can be. The first clue might be the “Reward: Missing Unicorn” sign posted on the fence outside, or maybe it’s the tiny fairy door installed in the main door to the cutesy shop. This, if anything, is the place to find unicorn stuffed animals, bottled fairy dust, Alice in Wonderland books and endless other trinkets and charms that evoke the magical and science fiction worlds. T-shirts, jewelry and a variety of gifts feature themes from fairies and gnomes to Dr. Who and Star Wars, all wrapped in colorful décor that adds to the whimsy. Even those who don’t often indulge in mystical realms find it impossible to not be charmed by the unusual store.
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    272 Newbury St
    Boston, MA US
  • Museum of Fine Arts Boston
    Every year, more than one million people visit the Museum of Fine Arts, where nearly 450,000 works tell the tale of human creativity. The collection’s tally received a large boost in 2010, when the Museum installed the Americas Wing as part of its historic expansion. This massive four-level space showcases North, South, and Central American art created over three millennia.
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    465 Huntington Ave
    Boston, MA US
  • Jonathan Adler
    Shoppers looking for a stylish gift, large or small, or objets d'art for their own home will find plenty to choose from at this swanky Newbury Street store. Jonathan Adler started out as a potter but today his cup runneth over. His passion for beautiful shapes and originality has won him legions of dÌ©cor devotees across the country. This store is nestled between other small shops that occupy vintage buildings in this tony shopping section close to Copley Square and Boston Commons, and a visit here is a bit like perusing an artsy friend‰Ûªs home. You can find anything from Adler‰Ûªs own and original modern design furniture, glassware, pillows, throws and unique pottery to candles, bookends and vases ---- what the designer calls ‰ÛÏthe jewelry of the home.‰Û�
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    129 Newbury St
    Boston, MA US
  • Stitch Boutique
    Stitch Boutique is splitting at the seams with a full lineup of canvases, brand-name fibers, accessories, and classes for all skill levels. Aspiring needle-wielders can seek advice about tricky projects, spell check their "Home Sweet Hom" pillow, or lose themselves in the world of complex stitchery. Pop into a two-hour needlepoint class to figure out stitchy fundamentals ($20), or try the Needlepoint-Creative Canvas session to make even the most reserved couch weep at the beauty of a plump, poignant decorative cushion ($20). Knit and purlers can sheathe needles in a Bollywood straight needle case ($35) or whip through a pair of Popcorn and Twizzler fingerless gloves ($39), while supervising stitchers can teach a child hand-eye coordination without painful dodgeball lessons with the Balloon needlepoint starter kit ($25).
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    231 Berkeley St
    Boston, MA US
  • Neena's Lighting
    Featured several times in the Boston Globe, Neena's Lighting equips abodes with illumination apparatus. In the kitchen, mash a passel of potatoes with the satin or polished-aluminum base of a Pablo Pardo Sophie table lamp before filtering frappes through its frosted polycarbonate diffuser ($90). Or, teach kindergarteners the sleepiest letter of the alphabet by displaying the Koncept Z-Bar LED desk lamp prominently in homes ($165). Bowling-pin shaped Tiella Cha-Cha pendant lights come in three colors to confuse wayward bowling balls rolling around living rooms ($96).
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    1299 Beacon St
    Brookline, MA US

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