The family hired Boston-based interior designers Andrew Terrat and Dee Elms to refresh the living room, giving it “some stylish, up-to-date glamour,” says Kathy.
With a few small architectural changes and swanky new furnishing, the designers transformed the space. They added beefy crown moldings and baseboards, long windows, French doors opening to the garden, and a 10-foot window seat that serves as a sofa, but they kept the wooden floors, built-in bookcases, and small pass-through window from the kitchen.
may 03, 2009
This Was Grandma’s House? (Boston Globe Magazine)