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    Check Out Masonite’s 2018 Trend Report

    Check Out Masonite’s 2018 Trend Report

    You're probably a millwork geek if you enthusiastically await for Masonite to release their Design Trend Report every January. [Guilty!] From Mediterranean Luxe to Classic Revival, Mid-Century Modern to Urban, this year's report doesn't disappoint. Drawing inspiration from design movements throughout the globe, Masonite has compiled the trends that influenced residential home design most in
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    11 Modern Farmhouse Looks We Love

    11 Modern Farmhouse Looks We Love

    When executed properly, the modern farmhouse aesthetic perfectly illustrates the synergy that can be achieved by combining classic American architecture with the sleek contemporary accents of urban living. The traditional farmhouse architecture of the early 20th century is characterized by simple craftsman moulding details, industrial fixtures such as gooseneck lamps, and rustic wood textures. Modern
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    Horner featured in Builder+Architect Magazine

    Horner featured in Builder+Architect Magazine

    Congratulations to Santangelo Construction for being chosen Builder+Architect Magazine’s Builder of the Month! Check out the cover feature of the December 2017 issue of Builder+Architect Magazine for a story on one of our valued customers, Santangelo Construction. The article highlights one of Santangelo’s recent projects, a breathtaking transitional style home in Weston, MA featuring mouldings,

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    New in the Photo Gallery

    New in the Photo Gallery

    This classic New England home features Barì Custom Cabinetry, Cooper Stair Parts, and our stock interior mouldings. The gorgeous Barì Select kitchen showcases Aida style inset maple doors, dovetail full extension drawers, and is finished with Benjamin Moore Designer White paint. Check out the corbel details above the range and the turned legs at the