Your Home | Make It Your Own In a South End townhouse condo, a loft-like aesthetic A design-savvy scientist brings the elements she loves into her airy living space. ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Matthew Delphenich Having fallen in love with copper while looking for design ideas on Pinterest, Elizabeth Kane fashioned a pot rail for the kitchen of her South End condo out of tubing from Home Depot; the faucet is also copper, while the Miralis cabinets have white bronze hardware. Matthew Delphenich Above the dining table, a fixture from the Light Factory on Etsy is of handblown glass on a macrame jute rope. Matthew Delphenich Kane and husband Jeremy Todd’s living room, which Kane decorated, includes a 1970s Moroccan rug. Matthew Delphenich Kane also selected geometric accents for the living room, a reference to the video game “Legend of Zelda,” which she and her husband both love. Matthew Delphenich Kane and pal Ellie ascend the hickory staircase, lined with lighting designed for yachts, while Thistle hangs out at the bottom. Matthew Delphenich The couple chose mismatched dining chairs, some vintage and bought on Craigslist.