“A house may have great bones, and the addition of color, in fabrics, artworks and objects certainly makes a room come alive. But the quickest way to change the very character of a space is paint and wallcovering. A city … Continued
Esplanade explores the beauty of efficient, simple living. “We found a great example of this new way of living in an apartment designed by Andrew Terrat, of Elms Interior Design, for just such a couple at FP3 in Fort Point … Continued
Dee and Andrew discuss the art and science of a perfect powder room. Read the full feature here.
Elms Interior Design is featured in today’s Boston Globe Magazine. In the article, Peter and Kathy Davidoff moves their family into their grandmother’s 1950’s ranch in Chestnut Hill. The Davidoffs hired Terrat elms to update the living room: The family … Continued
“When designer Dee Elms spotted a beat-up 1950s wrought-iron ottomon tucked away at Reside, a Cambridge shop that deals in classic mid century modern furniture, she saw a beauty in it that others might have missed. ‘The top is … Continued
“First, there was a simple two-story Cape, built in the 1960s at the end of the causeway that leads across Deveraux Beach to Marblehead Neck. The house itself was unassuming, but the Atlantic Ocean lapped against 425 feet of private … Continued
“It’s curious how a development acquires a new name in its transformation from a manufactory to a residential address. For the handsome block-long building between Wareham and Malden streets on Albany Street, Cresset Development has focused on a time when … Continued
New England Design celebrates their first anniversary by highlighting 9 rising stars whose work will shape the region in years to come. Read the full feature here.
“To the discerning visitor, Brian Kelly’s glamorous apartment in the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton Towers is intentionally and deliciously autobiographical. The clues are everywhere: a classy vintage motorcycle positioned as sculpture; a grand piano juxtaposed harmoniously opposite a window seat … Continued