Best of Boston Home 2015
Every year we see countless beautiful designs from hard-working, creative teams all over New England. Here, we share the smartest, chicest rooms of the bunch.
Small spaces like this powder room demand bold accents, which is why the springboard for Honey Collins’s design was a strongly geometric grasscloth Schumacher paper in deep blue. Collins paired the statement walls with a clean-lined modern sink, classic sconces, and a large beveled mirror from Restoration Hardware. All of these classical motifs complement the room’s extraordinary fanlight.
Honey Collins Interior Design
Jason Kamps Builders
Bilo Plumbing & Heating; Salem Plumbing Supply
Everything about this symmetrical his/hers master bath—a collaboration between LDA Architecture & Interiors and Weena & Spook—was designed to keep the views of the 97-acre Berkshires property front and center. Unadorned floor-to-ceiling windows were just the beginning: The back-to-back custom-designed vanity cleverly sits in the room’s center, its lightness emphasized by a cantilevered base and double-sided mirrored cabinet. The countertop, in ethereal white Thassos, is a single continuous surface that slips below the mirror, elegantly tying the two sides together. Details such as curbless showers, frameless-glass shower enclosures, and white pendant lights minimize shadows, drawing the eye instead to the lush greenery beyond.
Weena & Spook
LDA Architecture & Interiors
Light Insight Design Studio
L. P. Adams Co.
South Shore Millwork