Calm and Serene Apartment in Boston

When the summer starts to feel like it is coming to an end, and everything shifts to a different season, naturally, not only the surroundings and nature changes, but I guess even your mindset switches at least a bit. I don’t know about all you, guys, but when I feel that the fall is coming and that’s it for this summer, it’s like everything changes – my mood, my approach to work, even my eating habits. I never understood why this happens (and this happens every fall) and I still don’t, but I just try to embrace it in it’s fullness and accept it as a natural state of a summertime end. Even my eyes ask for some cozy, serene and calm environments, therefore today that’s exactly what you’ll see on our page. This wonderful 19th-Century brownstone is gloriously reinvented by Richard Hallberg and was posted in Veranda Magazine – definitely a feast for your eyes.

These amazing circular stairs do make a statement and also diffuse in this interior. To get these two things into one, is one hard work. Empty space under the stairs is used up for  displaying creatively grown plants and a sphere sculpture by Robert Kuo. The flooring is by Exquisite Surfaces.

The master bath is calm and serene, dressed in light cream and white, mustard yellow and beige tones. The tub is by MTI Baths and the sink fittings are by Gessi, sconces by Jasper. Seriously, I need to discuss the plumbing – have you ever seen other exposed plumbing that looks this elegant? Well done, really well done.

Plush seating arrangements soften the clean-lined architecture. Custom sofa in Walfab fabric. Gösta Berg and Stenevik Eriksson chair in Clarence House fabric. Occasional table, Dennis & Leen. Cocktail tables, Bruno Romeda. Mirror, Gerard. Art (left), Jene Highstein. 

A custom sofa takes advantage of the master bedroom’s bay windows. Sofa fabric, Hines & Company. Chair, Dennis & Leen. Pillows in Corry Textiles and Osborne & Little fabrics. Shades, Christian Liaigre linen. Vintage coffee table, Silas Seandel.

Pared-down interiors give a centuries-old space a fresh, airy feel. Armchairs in Robert Allen fabric and club chairs in Christopher Hyland linen, Dennis & Leen. Coffee table, Formations. Mirror, JF Chen. Walls, Benjamin Moore Aura in Cloud White. Art (top), Bernar Venet. Art (bottom), Katherine Bradford. 

Stools, Janus et Cie. Chairs in Edelman leather and light fixture, Formations.