Tag Archives: Boston Magazine

Jun 30, 2016

And yet again Casa Outdoor Showroom wins the title of 2016 Best Outdoor Furnishings. Boston Magazine spent the past year tirelessly researching more than 300 categories to bring the finest Boston has to offer in its 43rd Annual Best of Boston issue. Congratulations to Casa Outdoor!

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Jun 22, 2016

The recent Coastal Issue of Boston Home is all about celebrating the summer. From Cape Cod retreats to travel must haves, the magazine is always on top of the news and trends. On the essentials pages you will find Casa Design’s Elmira “Ant” polished brass sculptures, Sangha rattan pendant lamp by Dark Studio and Alex Turco “Golden Agate” waterproof art panel from Casa Outdoor. All of it you can purchase through Casa Design.

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Oct 01, 2013

Casa Design is thrilled to be featured in Boston Magazine for our kitchen design collaboration with Design Studio M. The challenge in this particular home design project was creating the feeling of spaciousness and ample storage within the confines of a narrow condominium kitchen. Here is how we did it:

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Feb 13, 2013

When it comes to contemporary lighting Boston, Casa Design is “The Best!” You don’t have to take our word for it. Casa Design is the winner of “Best Lighting” in Boston Magazine‘s Winter 2013 issue, featuring Best of Boston Home. It paid homage to our owner, Zhanna Drogobetsky for her attention to everything illuminated.

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Jun 10, 2010

May 24, 2010

Casa Design’s work on an eco-friendly kitchen in Lincoln, Mass., is featured in the spring newsletter of the New England chapter of the American Society of Interior Design. For the LEED project, we supplied this sustainable walnut-and-glass cabinet system by green kitchens specialist Valcucine, which originally appeared on the cover of Boston Magazine’s Fall 2009 Home issue.

These innovative backlit glass uppers add sleek style and warmth in addition to being good for the environment.

Valcucine kitchen products were selected because they use 86 percent less material than traditional cabinet systems and are free of formaldehyde, synthetic varnishes, and paint. What’s more, the company plants trees to offset the use of construction materials. For more details about this project, contact Casa Design of Boston.

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