- New England Home, September/October 2016
With the help of the Junior League of Boston, which enlisted some of Boston’s best interior designers to refurbish 20 rooms, for the Allen House’s new life as a center for art and culture.
- New England Monthly, June 2016
Design, décor and a great deal more…: 20 rooms were transformed by renowned designers for the 45th Anniversary Show House of the Junior League of Boston.
- Northshore Home, Spring 2016
Tasteful Treatment: Serene, fresh, clean, classic—all terms that describe interior designer Gerald Pomeroy’s vision for this Winchester home, which underwent a renovation and addition that nearly doubled its size in 2013 and 2014.
- ID Boston, Fall 2015
This historic 1800s brownstone on Boston’s Beacon Hill is home to a couple with adult children and grandchildren who had been living abroad in England and were returning home.
- Traditional Home, Holiday 2014
It was only a matter of time before the daughter of a long-time client enlisted the help of Gerald Pomeroy for her Dover, Massachusetts home.
- KravetNews.com, Spring 2014
Gerald Pomeroy designed a second home in Boca Raton for a Boston client. The modern structure features floor to ceiling windows that maximize the magnificent ocean views.
- Traditional Home, September 2013
When Gerald Pomeroy listed the pros and cons of the sunporch at the Junior League of Boston Showhouse, the positives …. far outweighed the gloom of the dreary veneer.
- Miami Home & Decor, Vol 9/Issue 2, 2013
When one of Gerald Pomeroy’s Boston clients commissioned him to help her decorate a new condominium in Boca Raton, he faced a different challenge.
- New Hampshire Home, July/August 2013
With its water views and expansive interiors, Harmon House, the 2012 Decorator Show House benefiting the Museums of Old York, Maine, was a visitor favorite.
- Design New England, July/August 2013
As a first-time participant in the venerable Old York Decorator Show House, interior designer Gerald Pomeroy had no idea he would have an opportunity to design four interior spaces, plus a veranda, as part of the annual fund-raising event to benefit the Museums of Old York in York, Maine.
- Decor, Spring/Summer 2013
Regal Renaissance. A designer with a knack for finding diamonds in the rough embarks on a mission to return an aging Victorian brownstone in Boston to glory.
- New England Home, March/April 2013
A more contemporary floor plan and a fresh new palette rev up a classic house in the Boston suburbs…
- Traditional Home, April 2012
It’s the best of birthday presents. Just in time for its big 200th, the Federal home built in 1812 on a marsh point on Massachusetts’ Duxbury Bay underwent a redesign that shaved decades off its appearance…
- Boston Common, May/June 2011
A Home Tour: A Newlywed Nest in Duxbury – Interior designer Gerald Pomeroy helps blend clients’ personalities to reflect their new life partnership
- New England Home, November/December 2010
An Affair to Remember: All the players in the renovation of a nineteenth-century Beacon Hill row house look back fondly on the project that gave its owners a home to love for a lifetime.
- Boston Home, Fall 2010
Interior designer Gerald Pomeroy creates an intimate urban retreat overlooking the Public Garden.
- Traditional Home, May 2009
If a dining room is designed for special occasions, with special dinnerware and special meals, then it only makes sense that its decor be exceptional as well.
- Traditional Home, Holiday 2008
It’s a colorful adventure to prep a Massachusetts colonial for a Christmas celebration.
- New England Home, November/December 2008
At one end of the Percy Dauber rooms, Gerald Pomeroy played up the splendid architecture with pretty window treatments and fresh upholstery.
- New England Home, September/October 2008
Once again, New England designers were invited to create beautiful spaces within the Boston Design Center, using resources from its luxury showrooms.
- Traditional Home, September 2008
Formerly grand homes in Boston’s South End were routinely robbed of carved fireplace mantels and other architectural embellishments when converted into apartments some 30 years ago. Happily for interior designer Gerald Pomeroy, one Victorian brownstone was overlooked—neglect was its best friend.
- Design New England, September/October 2008
A glamorous apartment over-looking the Public Garden brings the taste of an English country manor to the city.
- Design New England, July/August 2008
Elegant and exotic patterns, eclectic accessories, and natural motifs are the hallmarks of this year’s Dream Home at the Boston Design Center.