The wine room of this five-story Boston brownstone is full of the homeowners' collection. Traditional coffered ceiling brings architectural interest to the space, which is grounded by tiled floor. A simple table with industrial-style chairs is the perfect spot to sample favorite wines. Photography by Andy Caulfield
This major condominium remodel combined the penthouse unit with an adjacent two-story unit in this historic cable building.The upper hallway features built-in bookshelves and cabinets to create massive, much-needed storage. Glass railing creates an open, contemporary look to the space.
To reflect the openness of the home, no upper cabinets were used in the kitchen. Bright red cabinets are paired with sleek stainless steel countertops, while built-in cabinets around the room offer much-needed storage.
The ultra sleek red kitchen forms the center of the home and serves as the place where everyone gathers. On the other side of low kitchen cabinets sit a pair of contemporary yellow lounge chairs, perfect for relaxing and intimate conversations.
Sliding glass doors lead out to the rooftop balcony with stunning views of the distant skyline. A modern leather armchair and chrome floor lamp make up a dedicated reading area in front of the fireplace.
The outdoor space was designed to look as if the waterfall flows from the infinity edge pool and throughout the gardens. Each aspect of the outdoor living space was thoroughly thought out to bring the most efficient use of the space while emphasizing the beauty of nature all around.
The modern furniture in this white-walled den is custom-fitted to the space, with an integrated desk that extends straight from the sofa's wooden frame. Geometric circles offer a contemporary take on the round woven rug, and modern art has a birch bark vibe, bringing a natural element into the space.
This clean, modern home features a unique facade with a continuous line that wraps from one level to the next. Broad picture windows offer a glimpse at the modern interiors, and artfully placed lighting casts the whole house in a warm glow.
Global elements, like the Moroccan style headboard, wooden side tables and bohemian duvet cover, mix with classic elements like the antique sofa and white retro lamps, giving this bedroom an eclectic look. The dusty purple area rug plays off of interlacing patterns found interspersed around the room. A simple fireplace neutralizes the varying styles.
Though the palette is neutral, this small powder room is anything but plain. A textured wall treatment is made more pronounced by a backlit mirror. Meanwhile, the warm wood vanity floats above a pebbled floor, creating a dynamic space with interest packed into every inch.
Custom bench seating surrounds this welcoming fire pit, creating a great space for conversation any time of year. The fire pit and benches are lit from below, drawing the eye to the space and increasing its warm, cozy vibe. Well-placed stones create a sculptural focal point in the backyard beyond.
Colorful and distinctive bedding turns each compartment of this fun kid's space into a private haven, despite the uniformity of the design. Built-in bunk beds with integrated ladders make maximum use of the room's square footage.
This wallpaper was a game/room changer! A boring space was transformed with great texture when that went up. The rustic table and the tray and indigo African textiles we framed, give it a relaxed feel but the damask curtains make us a little Southern. African textiles and mud cloth from the flea market made great art and we made pillows in the leather chairs in the living room out of it too! These custom, casual and bohemian touches made all the difference!