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Recently a design associate in Natick was given the challenge of working with an international business man to furnish his new American apartment. Why is this so challenging? Because they had never met. She was given the instructions to make an inviting space and knew it needed to be done in a few week’s time. Let’s see what she came up with…
Here is the nice view from the apartment window to start…
The before photos to get you acclimated to the space.
Due to the short timeline that the client needed his home furnished, the design associate worked hard to complete the space with all stocked Boston Interiors pieces. She emailed mood boards as inspiration to the client to finalize the choices, like this image of the living room.
Once the order was placed, it was time for delivery! Looks like the day was a breeze…
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As summer slips away most people start to pack up their outdoor living spaces into storage, but think twice before you put everything away! Some items transition seamlessly from outdoor to indoor spaces with a few minor tweaks. For example, our Annette chest looks right at home styled with an outdoor plant and patio lantern.
Get more use out of outdoor seating by bringing it inside. They work great as accent pieces and can add a little some extra to an empty space you’ve been trying to fill!
Pairing an outdoor bench or chairs with your existing dining room set adds a touch of variety, plus additional seating is always helpful for the upcoming holidays.
Wicker furniture makes for an easy transition indoors. Layer them with cushions and pillows to give it a cozy and comfortable feeling.
Garden stools and rustic crates function well as end tables inside or out.
Accessories can also be great transitional pieces when the seasons change, like these lanterns…
Our Visual Merchandising team recently made some updates to our Brookline store front window display. The goal was to create a modern, small-space living look with kind of a studio feel. They were so excited to get started, that they almost forgot to take a before pic! So here is one with half of the old green wall still showing…
They choose to make vertical stripes about a foot wide alternating the colors between Benjamin Moore Silent Night #1613 (light grey) and Stormy Sky #1616 (dark grey). After painting the entire wall light grey, they taped away and prepped the walls for the stripes. Here’s a few snap shots of progress.
We’d have to say their work was a success!
They also updated this near by vignette with a splash of color. Using the same light gray as above they added stripes in golden yellow, Benjamin Moore Chestertown Buff #HC-9.