This urban condo has undergone a complete transformation by Elms Interior Design, located in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. This newly built condominium is located on the top floor, showcasing spectacular skyline views. When the homeowners purchased their new abode, it seemed to lack character. They commissioned the designers to infuse some contemporary style into their two bedroom home, with a dash of personality to boot.
The heart of the home, the open concept living, dining and kitchen area received some stylish details that went from ordinary to extraordinary. The designers tasked Herrick & White Architectural Woodworkers to construct a coffered ceiling. A floor-to ceiling stone hearth was devised as a focal point in the living room, consisting of Athens Silver Cream travertine from Ann Sacks. Dual chandeliers were suspended from the living room ceiling as a visual anchor to the space.
The interiors features a crisp and neutral color palette, with luxurious materials of stone, lacquered wood and mirror. Custom details are abound, while functional built-ins provides convenience and a clean aesthetic.
Above: Hung above a Holly Hunt buffet is a Tristan Govignon oil painting called ‘Destiny’. This can be viewed when visitors enter the home from a private elevator.
What We Love: This urban condo is a haven of relaxation, with stylish furnishings, fabrics and finishes that are durable and sophisticated. The designers did a beautiful job of freshening up the spaces, infusing elegant touches that adds character and personality. Original displays of artwork breathes life into the home, while accessories helps to add balance and detail.
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Above: A quiet reading corner in the home offers relaxation, featuring stylish Bauen lounge chairs by Ironies: Source.
Above: The kitchen is a beautiful mix of marble countertops and reflective glass mosaic tiles for the backsplash. This provides a continuity of the sophisticated style the designers have portrayed throughout this condo.
Above: The dining room is just one example of the exquisite original art pieces the homeowners have showcases throughout their home. The abstract painting behind the table is by artist Jon Imber, called ‘Blossom’.
Above: In the powder bathroom, the designers kept the vanity, yet updated with a fresh coast of sultry blue paint. The backsplash wall is covered in glass tile.
Above: The master bedroom was designed to be a sanctuary, with an upholstered headboard cocooning the bed. Window treatments helps to frame and expansive window—Prima Alpaca by Sandra Jordan in the colorway Smokey Blue.
Above: A glamorous master bathroom features Ann Sacks Calacatta stone on the countertops and backsplash.
Photos: Michael J. Lee
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