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October 31, 2017
Location of the Week: Boston
Location of the Week: Boston

Boston architecture is bound by its rich history. Classic Victorian style, red brick homes punctuate the city and bestow tradition and charm throughout it. Bostonians tend to curate their homes with this classic American style, but as with any good history story, there are always a few that stray from the norm. We’re not talking a revolution but rather designers who added pops of color for a unique and vibrant effect. This week’s location of the week explores Boston homes – from exquisite old style manors to jewel box inspired studio apartments.

If you’re experiencing a slight uprising in this home, thankfully there’s ample seating to separate the armies. The design duo, Aman & Meeks, take advantage of the floor to ceiling windows and vast living space by keeping patterns to a minimum and allowing the natural light stream in. A custom STARK rug lies front and center in the entryway.

Katie Rosenfeld rejuvenates quirky aunt style with this bedroom design. Textural wallpaper, florals and our bold Equidae rug create a playful and instantly mood-brightening space.

Elms Interior Design combines plush, velvety pillows with colorful abstract art and a neutral STARK carpet to lay the foundation in this Boston living room. An array of flowers, coffee table books and sculptural pieces add character.

A cathedral style ceiling, animal print, red, white and blue and a perfectly poised dog paints the perfect traditional American style picture. Designed by Katie Rosenfeld featuring our Antelope Cut Pile carpet in colorway Stock.

Arguably the biggest challenge in designing a studio apartment is crafting a space that isn’t cluttered. Katie Rosenfeld builds the perfect amount of separation in this studio on Beacon Hill using a variety of textures, patterns and a STARK animal print rug. 

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