Jaci Conry | Writer & Editor



Return to Grace

  October 28th, 2011

I grew up in an 1840s Greek Revival, and my fascination with historic architecture evolved from that experience. I have always loved the stories old houses can tell us–the histories we can glean from layers of wallpaper or coats of paint, the details we can paste together with fraying yellowed newspapers discovered in a dusty attic. So I was incredibly taken with the 19th century mansion in Lancaster, Massachusetts that I wrote about for…

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I Love White Kitchens!

  October 3rd, 2011

I was thrilled to write about this gorgeous kitchen in Medfield for The Boston Globe Magazine’s annual Kitchens & Baths issue last month. Designed by Medfield-based architect David Sharff, the kitchen is both classic and fresh.

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Built-In Beauties

  August 16th, 2011

I wrote about the amazing woodwork of Northfield, MA-based Michael Humphries in yesterday’s Boston Globe Magazine. Humphries, who has been honing his craft for nearly 40 years, did an abundance of custom cabinetry in the multi-level Lewis Wharf condominium I profiled for the article….

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Spielberg Slept Here

  August 1st, 2011

While writing about this gracious Martha’s Vineyard home–designed by Hutker Architects, with stellar interiors by Dedham’s Liz McCabe–I learned that the idyllic oceanfront site once held the cabin where Steven Spielberg crashed during the filming of the first Jaws movie in 1974….

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