Cambridge House in The Boston Globe Magazine

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The 3,110-square-foot house was in decent shape but needed warmth and better flow. Bestor, who refers to her style as “informal modernism,” enhanced what was there by adding color and texture. “We’re good at bridging the character of historical and modern,” she says. “We respect old, traditional details, then modernize them with color.” The exterior, now a dark, moody blue-black hue punctuated by a vibrant red door, exemplifies her approach. Bestor, who cites the city of her 1970s childhood as an influence, says, “It’s dunked in a dark color as a reference to old Cambridge homes.”

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