I’m thrilled to share my latest magazine feature. This is a special Garden Home interior design project that I did in Duxbury, MA a couple of years ago. It’s been featured in an 8-page spread in the current issue of HOME Remodeling magazine just getting to newsstands now!
This project was for a retired couple who were moving to the Garden Homes at The Village at Duxbury, a luxury community for those over 60. They were looking to incorporate their amazing collection of antiques and collectibles into the new (and fairly bland) space and really make it their own. I so enjoyed working with my clients to add some color and personality to the house and to incorporate new purchases (sofas, casegoods) and re-work some of their existing pieces. The biggest triumph was the re-working of a pair of mis-matched arm chairs so that they looked like a matched pair. This meant not only having the chairs recovered, but also the arms of one chair re-built from roll arm to English arm style.
You can view a larger PDF version of the article here.
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