• Grand Colonial

    • A graphic great room for a young family becomes the heart of their home. From the printed grass cloth to the yellow tufted chairs, pattern and color were invited into the space.

     

  • Grand Colonial

    • A Breakfast nook that is as high traffic as this needed durable finishes.  From the zinc topped table, to the outdoor fabric on the cushion, this space is safe from sticky fingers.  A large lantern custom painted blue helps define the space.
  • Grand Colonial

    • A bare wall gets a dose of color with a custom linen wrapped console table.  Upholstered poofs below allow for break away seating in the attached Kitchen or Great Room.
    • (Photography by Michael J Lee)
  • Gambrel Style

    • A home designed for a family incorporates classic elements with an open floor plan. In the Great Room the fieldstone fireplace with mahogany mantle is rustic yet refined. From the plaid wool rug to the grand coffee table, this room is warm and inviting.
  • Gambrel Style

    • In the kitchen finishes are classic and durable from a leathered granite to distressed leather barstools. A bold striped runner adds a splash of color and softens the space.
  • Gambrel Style

    • A built-in banquette and an alder wood trestle table are an open invitation to slow down and linger in the breakfast room. Burlap covered bulletin boards act as a gallery and command center for the home.
  • Gambrel Style

    • The key to a great mudroom is storage and organization. Mahogany benches are the perfect place to tie shoes. A rustic slate floor adds texture and custom shelves keep everything in its proper place.
  • Gambrel Style

    • Clean lines, classic finishes, subtle colors and custom millwork add to the spacious feeling of the foyer. A divided wood mirror reflects the elegant lines of the stairwell.
  • Gambrel Style

    • The master suite is a soothing respite at the end of a long day. The calm palette in both the bath and bedroom add to the serenity.
    • (Architecture – Kevin ten Brinke, Contractor – Old Grove Partners, Photography – Michael Lee)
  • Northside Colonial

    Sudbury, MA

  • Northside Colonial

    • A home where experiments are welcome and antiquities are bountiful, this is our home. My favorite details include the hand painted bookcase pattern and the rustic wood mirror.
  • Northside Colonial

    • Canvases, plates and greenery make this often used Dining Room come to life. This curated collection is always evolving and shifting based on flea market and antique show finds.  The striped rug is durable and keeps the space fresh.
  • Northside Colonial

    • The color palette is subtle but allows the contrast of textures to be the focus. From the alabaster lamp to the painted screen – each space has a patina. The corbels were a Brimfield find from a row house in Baltimore – a perfect scale for an entry table.
  • Northside Colonial

    • The kitchen is bright and youthful and a perfect hold over until a future renovation. From the butcher block countertops to the checkerboard floor all the finishes are forgiving. The pendant over the sink is a family heirloom that casts a lunar glow over the space at night.
  • Northside Colonial

    • This bedroom is an ode to all things girl. Pops of black and graphic artwork make this space a bit more sophisticated. Foot to foot beds not only maximize floor space, but also facilitate crawling from one bed to the next for sister kisses goodnight.
  • Northside Colonial

    • From the marble topped bureaus to the nailhead trim on the headboard, the master bedroom is a retreat at the end of the day.

     

    • (Photography by Michael Lee)
  • Country Estate

    • Plaid lounge chairs and a tufted ottoman introduce a subtle palette of blues and browns in this soothing and sophisticated great room.
    • (Architecture – Morehouse Macdonald and Associates, Contractor – Old Grove Partners, Photography – Michael Lee)
  • Great Island

    • A homeowner yearns for a taste of Polynesia on Cape Cod. Finishes are unexpected for this area, but the rich mahogany and striking architecture speak a nautical, and tropical language.
  • Great Island

    • The breathtaking view in the master bedroom is accented with a blue ikat and ivory textures.
    • (Architecture – Morehouse Macdonald and Assoc., Contractor – Old Grove Partners, Photography – Sam Gray)
  • Glezen Lane

    • A home with historic appeal gets a refresh in the Living Room with a dose of blue and brass.  Adding a distressed wood console and upholstered ottomans adds texture and a sense of warmth.
  • Glezen Lane

    • Adding antique pewter plates to the Dining Room gives the space a sense of dimension.  In the Foyer we added a dose of color with a light hearted throw rug – and we grounded the space with a large woven mirror and carved chest.
  • Glezen Lane

    • A jewel box of a bedroom was in need of a light-hearted motif that would grow from a nursery straight through teenage years.  The carved elephant chest and rattan mirror were a welcome addition as well as a woven lounge chair and some graphic art.
    • (Photography by Michael J Lee)
  • Wayside Colonial

    Sudbury, MA

    • A complete and thorough renovation of this historic district colonial helped achieve some classic Kitchen dreams.  From the soapstone counters to the built-in fireplace, this Kitchen is the heart of this home.  A connected Breakfast Room is sun filled and multi-purpose with custom built-ins.
  • Wayside Colonial

    • A staircase was removed to make this Great Room even more functional.  Enough seating for a family of six was a must – as well as a large ottoman for family game night.  Large and bright botanicals make the walls come to life.
  • Wayside Colonial

    • A Dining Room and adjacent Butler’s Pantry are high traffic in a home that was renovated with entertaining in mind.  The Butler’s Pantry turns into a work horse with added storage and a place to get organize before a party.
    • (Photography by Michael J Lee)