Colonial Revival Reinvented Colonial Revival Reinvented
Colonial Revival Reinvented
For long-time clients the transformation of this center entrance colonial revival was truly an unforgettable journey from start to finish. The addition of a kitchen, family room, mudroom, master bedroom suite, and still keeping and respecting the age of the house and footprint, was challenging but enormously successful and rewarding at the end of the day. The elegance of the age of the house is kept in tack with a strong dose of color, texture, extraordinary English lighting, and breathtaking art and fabrics.
Classic with a Twist Classic with a Twist
Classic with a Twist
In this magnificent country setting coupled with federal architecture, we decided to take an abrupt U-turn and celebrate my client’s passion for color. Purple, chartreuse, royal blue, and tones of beige combined with a wonderful mix of abstract art makes for a truly unforgettable home base for this family of five.
The Retreat The Retreat
The Retreat celebrates sand and ocean with extraordinary vistas of the open sea as well as Florida inlets coupled with breathtaking endless terraces. This condo makes for a true getaway and wonderful second home for long time East Coast clients.When choosing fabrics and silhouettes for this project, we wanted to reference and honor Mother Nature herself and thus selected tones of sea foams, blues, and beiges for a truly serene and restful experience.
Re-do at Duxbury Bay Re-do at Duxbury Bay
Re-do at Duxbury Bay
This federal home built in 1812 on Powder Point, underwent a redesign that shaved decades off its appearance and added useful livability. The combination of wonderful clients, extraordinary maritime art and antiques, and the embracing of the mix made for an absolutely beautiful finished product.
Historic Beacon Hill Brownstone Historic Beacon Hill Brownstone
Historic Beacon Hill Brownstone
A historic 1800’s brownstone on Beacon Hill was redesigned and reinvented to reference its good bones with the celebration of lush fabrics, antiques, and a jaw-dropping mural. Our goal was to make a statement upfront, but one that would unfold with elegance and subtlety.
Back Bay Elegance and Beauty Back Bay Elegance and Beauty
Junior League Show House 2012 Junior League Show House 2012
Junior League Show House 2012
The dramatic Potter Estate in Newton and a grand old American Victorian house built in the 1860s. In 1921 the house became the property of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston. It was around this time an amazing wrap-around, wood paneled porch with copper ceiling panels and a gorgeous Chinese globe chandelier was added. Gerald Pomeroy Interiors had the good fortune to re-decorate this porch in an exceptionally tasteful way, with a respectful nod to the house’s lineage.
Boston Design Center Dream House Boston Design Center Dream House