Join us at The Uniek Market!

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This year for the South End Holiday Stroll we decided to give the people what they want – a holiday market! All the positives of an outdoor market but with the perks of … not freezing your you-know-what off. If you’re unfamiliar with the SE Holiday Stroll, its basically a big neighborhood party where our neighbors fill their stores with

The Transformation of Heron Hall

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Designer: McLennan Design Location: Bainbridge Island, Washington Growing up Jason McLennan was fascinated with The Wind in the Willows, a story about 3 animals living next to a river and having great adventures together. So on a fateful day scouting land for his new home he encountered a heron’s swoop, a crow’s caw, and a toad’s ribbit, deciding it was only

A Lekker Holiday Table Three Ways: A Photo Essay

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Decorating during this time of year is either anxiety-inducing or a time for the design-inclined to shine (or if we’re being honest a little of both). But for now we did the heavy lifting and took care of setting the table – so sit back, relax, and enjoy our holiday palette. Here are three takes on a classic holiday table

Project Spotlight: A Koo De Kir Tranquil Townhouse

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Most of the time keeping it simple and paying homage to the classics pays off. Very much so in the case of this Boston townhouse by design studio, Koo De Kir, founded by Kristine Irving. Leading into the holidays we wanted somewhat of a palette refresh with holiday decorating being on the forefront of our screens – this is one of

Meet our Buyer: Laura

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There is a quiet force about Laura. She’s softspoken yet intentional, always taking in her surroundings before showing her hand. Laura is our buyer, the curator of our vendor relationships, and has one of the most technical jobs in our cloud of creatives.

The Design History of the Hot Mesh Chair

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The Hot Mesh Chair – the Blu Dot icon that weathers any storm. Powder-coated steel. Indoor or Outdoor. She does it all since 2012 and people can’t get enough. But how? We wanted to take you through the design history of the Hot Mesh Chair and how it came to be. Hot Mesh takes its inspiration from the classic café

Project Spotlight: A pied-à-terre Shines in the Sox Hood

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The Red Sox are onto the World Series and what better way to commemorate than spotlighting some great design in Fenway. Though most associate Fenway with the Green Monster – the glimpses of greenery from the Fens (their link in the Emerald Necklace), the incredible culinary revival with SE outposts like Blackbird Doughnuts, and hidden architectural relics tell a whole other

Meet our COO: Katie

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For most of us – we choose which scope of the world to focus on. It’s either the big picture you constantly trace with your fingertips so it’s never out of reach or the ornate detailing of the “now” – you’re able to dress up every decision and smallest action with precision. For Katie, her sights are set firmly on both.

New for Fall: Scents, Succulents, and Surprises

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We’ve entered this crisp new season (and if you’re in New England particularly rainy) and we wanted to give you some Lekker updates to fall into. A few new brands have entered the mix as well as some additions to old-favorites that we are overdue for sharing with you! So let’s get right into it Night Space Our newest candle

The Man Behind Ercol: Innovations of Lucian Ercolani

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A young Italian had a dream to make well-designed furniture and do so ethically and sustainably. It came true at just 32 years old for Lucian Ercolani when he founded Ercol in 1920, building the first factory in High Wycombe, England. His story is one of the greats – a young boy who came from nothing and went on to establish