Posts in design
Tradition Sparkles in this 19th-century Kitchen Renovation

Written by Jenna Talbott • Photographed by Jessica Delaney // Molly Pidgeon, Principal Interior Designer of House of Dietrich, knew this 19th-century Charlestown home renovation would take some creative muscle. The client’s requests were as follows: maximize natural light, include historic and traditional elements, yet add some glam and high function. Check, check, check! The finished result clearly delivers. 

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Fresh Air for a Charlestown Townhouse

Written by Courtney Goodrich • Photographed by Sabrina Baloun // Impossible to count the things we love about this Charlestown townhouse from Dane Austen Design. You don’t want to miss this airy space, filled with ‘Fanciful’ wallpaper by York Wall Coverings, bold art, and refined accents that come together masterfully, creating a home is tasteful and above all, comfortable for the owner.

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Kitchen Transformation: Choose Your Lacanche Range and the Rest Will Follow

Written by Jenna Talbott • Photographed by Jessica Delaney // This HOT kitchen renovation by Allison Mattison and LIza Sharp, of Trellis Home Design, simply exudes warmth. Liza tells us it was a love affair with the Lacanche Range in French Blue that started it all. From there, she custom matches the hood and cabinet color and as for the ceiling, “pink was just a natural choice.” But of course!

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