This Was Grandma’s House? (Boston Globe Magazine)

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Grandmas House
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 hired Boston-based interior designers Andrew Terrat and Dee Elms to refresh the living room, giving it “some stylish, up-to-date glamour,” says Kathy.

With a few small architectural changes and swanky new furnishing, the designers transformed the space. They added beefy crown moldings and baseboards, long windows, French doors opening to the garden, and a 10-foot window seat that serves as a sofa, but they kept the wooden floors, built-in bookcases, and small pass-through window from the kitchen.

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