Custom designs and bold color come together in this comfortable city home in Boston’s Charlestown neighborhood.
A view of main living area from the home’s entrance is highlighted by a dramatic twisted Varaluz chandelier.
The home’s original marble mantel, dating to 1867, is flanked by custom designed built in storage and display units wrapped in blue glazed canvas.
The living room’s low profile side chair is upholstered in a Duralee deep blue linen.
To add texture in the kitchen and pick up on the warmth of the original wood floors, the walls around the window were papered with a neutral grass cloth.
Using a consistent color scheme in shades of blue and yellow helps to unify the room across its various functions as dining, entertaining and family space.
We refreshed our client’s collection of posters with matting and framing for our transitional styled pied-a-terre in Boston’s Charlestown neighborhood. The distinctive accessories lend at edited look.
The entryway’s wow factor is provided by the blue and white ikat patterned wallpaper. The Murano glass chandelier and Asian cabinet are family treasures that add personality and warmth.
A view of the custom-designed banquette in the home’s bay window. The glass top on the dining table’s bronze faux bois base keeps the space light and the teal faux leather upholstery is as chic as it is practical.
Keeping the window treatments minimal and unobtrusive helps to fill the home with beautiful natural light.
The drama of the master bedroom’s navy glazed walls is offset by the custom-designed over scale stepped headboard upholstered in a soothing neutral shade.
Emerald green leather and malachite patterned fabric lend an air of sophistication to the multi-purpose media room and office.