Regina Cole is a freelance writer specializing in architecture and interior design. Within that field, she is the rare non-academic writer who specializes in historic architecture and the history of the American and European decorative arts. Regina also writes about landscape architecture, yacht design, the visual arts, and travel.
Her work has appeared in a large number of publications, including the daily and Sunday Boston Globe, Interior Design, Old House Journal, Ocean Home, New Old House, Traditional Building, New England Home, Design New England, Maine Boats, Homes and Harbors, Forbes.com, and others.
She has been honored with a number of national writing prizes, including the Association for Garden Communicators Silver Award for a Magazine Article, the National Association of Real Estate Editors Silver Award for Best Residential Real Estate Story in a Daily Newspaper, and the National Association of Real Estate Editors Gold Award for the Best Architecture Story.
This hands-on couple have been reading OHJ since its newsletter days. Their forever project is an exemplary unmuddling that took them 22 years. Now the 1880s Queen Anne house is a showpiece in their New Jersey neighborhood.