Captivating colours in an 1870s Boston townhouse

Posted on Wed, 17 May 2023 by KiM

Located in the historic Charlestown neighborhood, our Boston townhouse project included full-scale renovation management, comprehensive finish selection, furnishings and art selection. Built in 1875, the color palette throughout the residence references the Victorian-era (particularly the dusty mauve living room) modernized with unexpected accent colors that captured both the client’s artful taste, and timeless New England roots.
Not sure which I prefer more – the dusty mauve or the green in the kitchen (Farrow & Ball’s Breakfast Room Green). Such pretty colours! Designed by Jessica Stambaugh of JS Interiors. Photos: Sian Richards.

Milady says:

So fresh! That butterfly room would be a joy to wake up in.

Gladys Kravitz says:

Fun use of color. The entire house feels like a blooming garden! Only dislike is the Hardy Boys book collection and trumpet display in what looks like a boys room. Hopefully it’s just for the photo shoot as it feels a bit contrived.

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