Living Small: All in the Mix
Old meets new in a designer’s Cambridge digs.
1. Living in a small space means that many pieces have to do double duty. Reid keeps her paper supply in the bottom compartments of this bar cabinet, which she found at a North Carolina antiques shop.
2. Reid says she chose this crystal chandelier for its “elegant, formal feeling—perfect for a dining room.”
3. The abstract print is by Fort Point artist Robert Siegelman.
4. “I love the scale; it seats six but it’s not too huge, “Reid says of the 1940s wooden dining table she found on eBay. She plans to reupholster the chairs, which she purchased separately.
Reid uses Moroccan tea glasses to serve guests wine and champagne.
The interior designer in her Cambridge apartment.