WellesleyWeston Magazine

WINTER 2014/2015

Launched in 2005, WellesleyWeston Magazine is a quarterly publication tailored to Wellesley and Weston residents and edited to enrich the experience of living in two of Massachusetts' most desirable communities.

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ed to bring its award-winning customer service and state-of-the-art retail showroom experience to the heart of the North Shore. Stop by the new location or the current showrooms at 599 Worcester Road (Route 9W) in Natick or 136 Cambridge Street (Route 3A) in Burlington or online at www.ajrosecarpets.com. 3 Gail Bogle, man- ager of Hammond Residential Real Estate's office loca- tions at 40 Grove Street in Wellesley and 506 Boston Post Road in Weston, announced that a number of tal- ented agents have joined the compa- ny's experienced team. Keri Singer, Nicholas Hattabaugh, Souzan Davood and Susan McElaney will collaborate with clients from Hammond's Wellesley office and Jessica Berk has joined Hammond's Weston team. Bogle said, "We look for- ward to witnessing the success of our new agents as they work with buyer and seller clients through- out Wellesley, Weston, and the surrounding towns." 3 Valerie Miller and Gregg Dibiaso, owners of Artitudes in West Newton Square, are excited to now represent Sticks, a distinctive line of furniture, accessories, and objets d'art created by Sarah Grant and handcrafted at Sticks' award-winning studio in Des Moines, Iowa. Check out their ad on page 128 to see a sample of this unique work. For more information, call 617.244.9220 and visit www.artitudesgallery.com. 38 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | w i n t e r 2 0 1 4 / 2 0 1 5 inbox The Wellesley Service League (WSL) has announced its 2014-2015 provisional class of 17 members. The WSL is a group of women actively involved in a variety of service activities in Wellesley. WSL volun- teers work on a weekly basis with such organizations as the Friendly Aid Society, The Wellesley Food Pantry, The Ellie Fund, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Charles River ARC, and the Wellesley Free Library. The Wellesley Service League has provided the town with a committed group of volunteers since 1927. Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook Gail Bogle Valerie Miller and Gregg Dibiaso 3 Hosting a holiday event? Shopping for unique gifts? Stop by Wellesley's newest home decor retailer, FlorijnHOME. Located at 90 Central Street, FlorijnHOME offers a variety of beautiful home and garden accessories and gifts with a Northern European aesthetic. Owner Sebastian Barreveld and Store Manager Caitlin Dorigan welcome you to visit both FlorijnHOME and www.florijnhome.com during the holiday season. 3 Dover Rug & Home is pleased to announce their sec- ond location at 390 Stuart Street in Back Bay is now open. Close to Copley Square, public trans- portation, and in the heart of what is being coined Boston's Home Furnishing district, Dover-Boston offers an impres- sive showroom of exceptional rugs, carpeting, hard- wood floors, window treatments, interior design, cleaning, repair, and appraisal services that cus- tomers have come to know from Dover Rug over their last four generations of excellence. For more informa- tion and store hours, visit www.doverrug.com. 3 Pine Straw has what you need to celebrate the season with vintage ornaments, tabletop d├ęcor, and gifts from Alison Evans, Lara Zindel Designs, Farmhouse Pottery, Emma Bridewater, and Montes Doggett. Pine Straw also has your holiday apparel and accessories covered from popular designers including Prairie Underground, Johnny Was, Chan Luu, Neesh, Minnie Rose, Graf and Lantz, Jaqueline Rose, Sibilia uno de 50, and Saundra Messinger. Tell your out of town friends to shop Pine Straw at www.Shoptiques.com. 3 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices announced that Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Town and Country Real Estate has merged with Prudential Advantage Real Estate, a 20-agent brokerage operating in Needham. The transaction gives Town and Country Real Estate a total of three offices in the greater Boston area and more than 75 agents. "We're thrilled to combine forces with Prudential Advantage Real Estate," said Town and Country Real Estate Broker/Owner and Wellesley Mahmud Jafri and Hasan Jafri

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