We are so excited to be featured in the Fall 2017 issue of Boston Home magazine for our Avon Hill Kitchen! Our clients, a young and growing family who love to cook, wanted a space in their home where they could gather, eat, and create memories. We focused on creating a space that was not only efficient, but also visually pleasing – a room that has become the heart of the home!
Elms Interior Design is thrilled to be featured in the June/July issue of Interiors Magazine for the transformation of a circa 1900 Beacon Street townhouse into a modern home with contemporary furnishings and bold accents. Our client wanted a comfortable space for himself and his three kids, but was excited to take risks that would make his home truly distinctive.
Elms Interior Design is honored to be featured on the cover of New England Home for our reimagining of a luxury condominium on Boston’s waterfront. The living room radiates warm comfort, a feeling that is dramatically enhanced by the perfectly framed view of Boston Harbor. A one-of-a-kind space, inspired by our wonderful clients.
Elms Interior Design is excited to be featured on the cover of Design New England for our recent renovation of a Victorian home in Cambridge. For a family of 6, the kitchen is truly is the beating heart of this active home. We love how this project came together, and feel lucky to work with such wonderful clients.
Elms Interior Design is excited and honored to be featured on the cover of Interiors Magazine for our renovation of a Beacon Hill townhouse. We are so pleased with how this project came together. The banquette in the bay window is the center of the room, and has a perfect view overlooking Boston Common. We are so lucky to work with wonderful clients!
Elms Interior Design is proud to be included in Boston Magazine’s Best of Boston Home 2015.
Every year we see countless beautiful designs from hard-working, creative teams all over New England. Here, we share the smartest, chicest rooms of the bunch.
The design firm Elms Interior Design wowed us with this chic Brookline conservatory, just as ideal for a post-swim summer lunch as for reading on a snowy day.
Elms Interior Design is pleased to be featured on the cover of Interiors Magazine for their redesign of a spacious home in Brookline, MA. The contemporary design style juxtaposes the traditional skeleton of the home bringing luxury, comfort and new life to each space.
A three bedroom apartment at The Clarendon in Boston’s Back Bay becomes a warm, family home with the help of Elms Interior Design.
The sight line from their three-bedroom unit, nestled on the twentieth-floor of the thirty three-story building, descends to the expanse of the Charles River Esplanade, with its sailboats, bikers, and joggers. A glance to the side offers a stunning view of the historic Henry Hobson Richardson–designed Trinity Church reflected in the soaring John Hancock Tower. “We like being on twenty,” says the homeowner. “We love the mix of seeing through to the river but also seeing some of the rooftops.”
Dee and Andrew discuss the art and science of a perfect powder room.
Elms Interior Design is pleased to have their redesign of an urban condominium in Boston’s Back Bay featured in New England Home. The design flaunts its spectacular Boston view and features a floor-to-ceiling hearth and some beautiful original art.
The design duo’s challenge was to wake the place out of its slumber. The owners had left behind a handsome traditional home and, although they didn’t want a repeat of the same, they envisioned a residence that reflected their good taste—something a dash more contemporary, for sure, but brimming with character nevertheless.
So Elms did what the best designers do: they listened carefully and then they sprang into action, shaking up the rectangular two-bedroom condominium from end to end. The heart of the home—the open-plan kitchen/dining/ living area—rocketed from quiet to stunning with the addition of a classic coffered ceiling meticulously crafted by Herrick & White Architectural Woodworkers from Cumberland, Rhode Island. And where a ho-hum wall had formerly stood its ground, the designers introduced a grand focal point: a floor-to-ceiling hearth clad in dreamy Athens Silver Cream travertine from Ann Sacks. They thoughtfully elevated the level of the firebox to ensure the heart-warming flames remain visible above the cocktail table, even when the owners sink into their John Mark sofa at the end of the day.
Read the full feature here.