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At Home in the Barn

All exposed beams and shiplap, you'll want to call this barn home, too.

During the barn’s restoration, next to nothing on the building’s facade was changed. The original barn doors were kept in place and now slide closed when guests are in the inn to give the de Pinhos privacy. Photography by Nat Rea. Time for Change It’s often said that less is more. But the adage doesn’t ring true for Michael and…

One Wild Garden

Cheetahs, a mountain lion and a hippo family found a home in Newport.

A cheeky gnome or perfectly posed woodland creature can be a reliable way to break up an otherwise green landscape with a playful touch. But a singular figurine plopped down amongst a bed of flowers is one thing. Taming a menagerie of life-sized animal sculptures so they come together in an 8,000-square-foot garden off Bellevue Avenue in Newport is another matter entirely.

Decorating Tips from Restaurant Designers

Learn how to set the tone in your own home.

A new utility-grade oak floor warms the space up, while custom lighting fixtures add a whimsical touch. The communal table, originally the fabrication table used to weld the counter’s steel frames, worked so well it was made a permanent fixture. Furniture by Providence’s Greycork provides additional seating.   Sweet Escape When an ever-changing menu of Instagram-worthy doughnuts is your business’s…