Tag Archives: high-end interior design in Boston

Kathie In Studio

Boston becomes a different city during the summer months. With the annual student exodus, the streets and natural scenes open up and allow for the freedom to explore areas like the Public Garden, just moments from our Park Plaza showroom. Earlier in May, the studio hosted our Park Plaza neighbors, M. Steinert & Sons Pianos … Read more: June 2017 Newsletter

integrating music

Many of us have a family heirloom, that spinet upright piano that was passed down, and visions of your child taking piano lessons at that black piano or mahogany upright. You do not need a separate room to incorporate your musical heirloom into your interiors. When you are designing and planning your space with a … Read more: Designing and Space Planning for Pianos Without Music Rooms

texture-child-room

Are you looking for ways to give your ultra high-end home one final “pop” or appeal? Adding a touch of texture can do the trick. Texture helps tie a look together, as it gives the eye another dimension — on top of color — to focus on. Here are a few ways to add texture … Read more: How to Add Texture for That Final Touch in Your Luxury Home

Entryway

When guests arrive at your home, the entryway is the first thing they see. This means opening the door to a stunningly designed foyer that really exemplifies the overall theme while welcoming visitors into warmth and comfort. Here are a few tips and ideas to keep in mind when designing your entryway. Consider multiple perspectives: … Read more: Bring Your Home’s Interior Design Together with a Stunning Entrance

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A layered rug in your home decor is a brilliant way to change the look and feel of your space. Rugs can add a sense of coziness to your home and also add a pop of color. However, as an interior designer, I also understand the importance of picking the right rug material to match … Read more: Rugology 101: How to the Pick the Right Rug Material for Your Style