We were honored to have been named for the 2nd year in a row to the “Top 50 Coastal Interior Design Firms in The USA” by national print publication, Ocean Home Magazine.
A once cramped kitchen in an otherwise stately Milton home benefits from our gut renovation, and now opens into other living spaces, offering a beautiful place to cook and to gather.
Former clients returned to us for a turnkey solution when they bought a vacation home on Cape Cod. We completely furnished it for them to create casual indoor/outdoor living.
This classic New England style home benefited from an addition which allowed us to create a thoroughly stylish and perfectly balanced living space for a young couple raising a family.
In 2016, we were honored with Northshore Magazine’s Editor’s Choice and Reader’s
Choice awards [ #BONS2016 ] for our body of work in the *Traditional – Interior Design* category.
This formerly featureless living room was transformed into an Old World European Grand Salon for our client’s 1907 Pride’s Crossing home and appeared on the cover of national print publication, Vintage Beautiful magazine.
We appreciate Design New England Magazine for their feature story entitled, *Circular Sensation*, on our gut renovation of a Newton, Massachusetts kitchen for a wonderful couple.
We were honored to have our glamorous, traditional Prides’s Crossing dining room design, which had its beginnings as a featureless room, without any of the millwork or bookcases now present, chosen for the cover of New England Home magazine.
We were honored to have our work for this 2 bedroom condo on Commonwealth Mall in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood featured in the Boston Globe.
We were honored to have our Ipswich Country Club kitchen project, which mixed classical elements with modern details for a fresh take on a classic white kitchen, featured in Northshore Home Magazine.
We were honored to have our gut kitchen renovation, that reflected the finest in Old World European workmanship, featured in New England Fine Living magazine.
Bringing back the beauty of one of America’s oldest homes, a 1670’s gentleman’s farm on Boston’s North Shore, in collaboration with builder Bob Weatherall, was a joy for us and we were honored to have it featured in Design New England Magazine.
Our renovation of this 1804 Federal period Forster Leach home in Manchester-By-The-Sea was a challenging puzzle, as all of the home’s original moldings had been stacked pell-mell in the garage! It was a joy to bring it back to its original beauty and then to see it featured in Northshore Home Magazine.
New England Home Magazine has asked us to write articles for their blog on several occasions. We always appreciate the opportunity and enjoy sharing our thoughts on various aspects of design with their readers.
This Northshore Home magazine cover story featured our renovation for this family’s beach cottage 2nd home, which took into account their desire for rooms that looked and felt comfortable, relaxed, playful and colorful when they walked in the door.