Outdoor is in

It used to be that your outdoor space was utilized periodically—a simple picnic table would do the trick. These days, outdoor spaces are truly an extension of your home. Whether it’s on a mahogany deck just off your kitchen, a brick patio with a marshmallow-roasting fire pit, or a three-season porch serving as a second family room, there are more options than ever before to expand and furnish your space.

outdoor nassau lounge collection

Plush comfort in the cabana-style Nassau dining furniture. Pictured: lounge sofa, chair, and sustainable teak plank-top coffee table.

Al fresco

With that clunky old picnic table out of the picture, there are unique dining sets so beautiful they could sit inside your home. But with warm weather on the horizon, why stay indoors?


Feel like you’re sipping cappuccino in a French bistro with our compact St. Tropez Dining Set, perfect for smaller outdoor spaces.

Dine al fresco with a French café-inspired bistro set, or sink into a cabana-style plush chair. You can always opt for easy clean up with tempered glass tops!

Bar Cart

Make the most of your space

Another way to extend your indoor living space is by creating a lounge-like outdoor area with comfy lounge sofas and coffee tables. Complement the fun atmosphere with colorful rugs and pillows and top surfaces with a crisp lemonade, a fresh brew, or a summery cocktail. And don’t forget the bar cart!

A peek at teak

Outdoor teak furniture from Boston Interiors

The Oceanside whitewash teak dining set features plank tops and a light wax finish.

Many of our offerings feature sustainable or whitewashed teak, styled with plank top designs or finished in a light wax. Look for pieces that will withstand the elements—from April showers to blazing August heat—with features such as UV-resistant chair cushions and sunproof fabrics.

In living color

And of course customization is king: choose from dozens of color and finish options. Tractor red chair? Check. A gold Adirondack chair in a weathered finish? Why not?

outdoor chairs in color at boston interiors

Brighten up your outdoor space with bold color and finish options, from tractor red rocking chairs to gold Adirondak chairs.

In the end, transforming your outdoor space to be unique to your style will be a breeze, and with the extra square footage, you’ll have yourself a true outdoor oasis.

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Eco-conscious craftsmanship

Highlighting one of our environmentally friendly US Manufacturers

Regatta Sofa

Our new Regatta sofa from Cisco, sustainable furniture by an eco-conscious manufacturer. See store for details.

Made in the USA
All our upholstery is made in the USA. This is a huge source of pride—not only because it keeps jobs close to home—but because it helps uphold a tradition of employing skilled craftsmen (and women!) who can design beautifully detailed, high quality furniture.

And being American made, these pieces can be delivered fast, even if you customize your fabric (see more on that below). We can usually deliver customized furniture to you in as little as six weeks; there’s no need to wait months to ship across the sea.

Enter Cisco
Cisco is one of our newest American-based upholstery partners. Based in South Central Los Angeles, Cisco exclusively produces environmentally friendly products and always makes sure to give back to the local community. Even more, their finely crafted furniture is beautiful and comfortable, with sink-in down seating and natural fabrics. All of the colorful, bohemian-style fabrics are uniquely made and exclusive to Cisco’s collection.

All this is why we’re proud to host a meet and greet with Cisco’s founder, Cisco Pinedo, at our Burlington store on April 4th. RSVP here to get 15% off any one item in the store that day while enjoying snacks and refreshments (and more!).

Boston Design Week Cisco Event on April 4th in our Burlington Store

Custom, custom, custom
Lastly, choose exactly what you want to upholster your sofa, settee, or chair with all of our unique fabrics. You can turn what you see in our stores into your own individualized, special find. For instance you can infuse rich, saturated colors to reflect a bohemian influence, or you can play around with patterns for a look that is truly yours. And all delivered quickly!

Cisco Ventura Settee in Indigo Blue fabric.

Cisco Ventura Settee in Indigo  fabric.

We hope you will stop in to one of our stores and look for a Cisco sofa or any other piece to make your home a haven. And be sure to check out our Custom Upholstery Sale where you can save 15% on custom fabrics, now through end of March.

Who knows, you could find just the style and fabric you need to put that finishing touch on your home!

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A touch of the sea

There are myriad ways to add a nautical or seaside influence to your home decor. From colors to textures to materials found right down at the seashore, read on for a holistic approach to seaside charm.

Brooke Stripe Sofa

A striped sofa, like the Brooke, can pair with nautical accessories, textured rugs, and occasional tables with a coastal feel.

1. You don’t have to “theme” it

By incorporating nautical elements into your space, you don’t have to support just one rigid “theme.” Think: a starfish-only themed room, or a room full of anchors, anchors, and more anchors! Instead you can simply have a mix of elements. Varied statement pieces can go a long way.

2. Go natural with eco-friendly materials

To add authenticity to your nautical-inspired space, choose products made of sustainable materials, textures, or elements from the sea that will allow you to feel the influence. For instance reclaimed wood, like driftwood, will lend your space a more natural, rustic feel. Woven textures like seagrass are also perfect.

Seagrass boxes

natural woven seagrass boxes with toggle closure

3. Use sea-inspired tones

Traditional colors like red, white, and blue will always make you think of holiday cookouts or evoke a nautical vibe. But you can also seek more dedicated sea tones, like smoky grays, seafoam greens, and cerulean blues. Stripes are also classic. The end result: an oceanic oasis!

4. Include natural textures

Texture is the last important element to weave into the room. Consider natural rugs made of sisel, or rope that gives an overall natural feel without being too overt. Even wood textures with distressing feel ocean-worn.

textured products

Add texture to nautical decor with multifaceted items like a rope ball, rope wall mirror, or sisal rug.

However you decide to add nautical or seaside elements to your decor, have fun with it! If you need a place to start, check out our newest nautical and sea-inspired accessories.

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Cold, gray days: Meet “Greenery”

It’s official! The Pantone Color Institute has declared “Greenery” as their color of the year for 2017.


Pantone Color Institute’s spokesperson told Forbes, “There’s a growing desire to reconnect with nature and what is real, and find ways to disconnect from technology. We need a break. We need to stop and breathe.”

Bringing forth a refreshing take, Greenery is a tangy yellow-green that speaks to our need to explore, experiment and reinvent. Illustrative of flourishing foliage, the fertile attributes of Greenery signals one to take a deep breath, oxygenate and reinvigorate.”


The Conrad chair in peacock (left) is the ultimate blast of green, while the Jacob chair (right) more subtly gets adorned by throws, floral tabletop accents, and wall hangings, like the Cape Cod Wood Charts.

If you’re ready to refresh your home, and if you’re ready to “explore” and “reinvigorate” your space, why not start with Greenery?

Bringing the outside, in

It’s a bright color that can bring some life to a room, even when used in small doses. In and of itself, the color green brings to mind nature and the outdoors, so bring them inside by adding a colorful throw or pillow to your room, or perhaps by hanging a new piece of artwork.

Infuse tones of green in the braided velvet pillow, the cammy throw, or the Monday print

Accessories can infuse differing tones of green, like the Braided kidney pillow, the Cammy throw, or the Monday Print

Heart Chakra

During this time of celebrating the new year, green is also symbolic of prosperity, freshness, and progress. It is the color of the heart chakra, linked to a healthy heart & lungs—a beautiful breath of freshness.


The The Henderson bed is topped with varying green patterns and textures, in bedding and throws.

So, bring greenery in and sit back and enjoy the brightness of your room—especially during the cold, gray days of winter.

Bailey Sofa and Reese Chairs

Reese accent chairs (left) add greenery to the neutral Bailey sofa, along with accent pillows, table top decor, and throw blankets.

Phoenix Sofa

The Phoenix sofa backed by green prints and aided by throws and pillows.

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Be a Better Entertainer in 2017

5 Hosting Resolutions for the New Year

What better way to kick off the new year than to learn how to become the ultimate host with the most?

For whatever is on the horizon this year: birthdays, anniversaries, or family visits, you’ll want your home to be an inviting (and dare we say it—enviable!) oasis for your guests, whether you’re hosting a one-night fiesta or a family weekend.

Felicity Wine Cabinet for Entertaining

The felicity wine cabinet topped with urty vases and backed by a cactus print.

1. Refresh.

Maybe you don’t need a whole dining or living room set. But small changes can go a long way in refreshing your space. Think table runners, candle holders, votives, florals, a new clock or wall hanging. Your sister-in-law from out of state will think you made over the whole room.

2. Recharge.

With tech products being so ubiquitous—from cell phones to iPads to Alexa—you’ll want to make it easy for your guests to charge up. Consider gadget-friendly pieces with built-in power outlets, wire access, and added media storage.

top: colleen console with wire access. bottom: chesterfield nightstand with built in power outlet.

The colleen tv console (top) provides easy cord access. The chesterfield nightstand features a built-in power outlet for cell phones or Kindles.

3. Rest.

Bar and counter stools are an easy, casual way for a foot-weary guest to slip into a seat, while still chatting and digging into the hors d’oeuvres. You always want to keep the party going!

What’s your style? Woven, swivel, saddle seat, upholstered? With a back, or without?

bar and counter stools for entertaining

Cool stools: top left: backless catalina counter stool; top right: audrey swivel stool; bottom left: brentwood counter stool; bottom right: Yasmin bar stool.

4. Red Wine anyone?

Wine-on-the-go is always a party hit; bar carts can offer mobility from room to room.

In addition, servers, hutches, and cabinets offer ample wine and bottle storage, with style. These multifunctional pieces showcase a variety of unique looks, from vintage to modern to rustic.

montgomery wine storage

the montgomery wine server stores up to 18 bottles.

5. Rely on a professional. Don’t know where to begin? Let our professional Design Associates help. They offer free in-store consultations, or they can come directly to your home. They listen to your needs and wants, take meticulous measurements, help with color schemes, suggest what pieces would fit best where, and more.

Happy Hosting!


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