A full intestine renovation and inside design by Arazi Levine, brings this historic 1870s townhouse again to its glory days.
Within the preliminary website go to we noticed that this home had two distinctive areas – a ‘entrance’ and a ‘again.’ The entrance of the home had a grand front room, excessive ceilings, elaborate unique wooden built-ins and a shocking view of the Charles River. The ‘again,’ nonetheless, included a tiny kitchen and two bogs renovated within the 80’s in a method that didn’t match the extent of element and character of the ‘entrance.’
Thus, the objective was to create continuity between the completely different areas and to construct a standard thread that will flip a disjointed rental into a house with a coherent story. The design technique centered on blurring the road between the ‘outdated’ and the ‘new’; selecting finishes and patterns that have been trendy however have an ‘outdated world’ or ‘patina’ look. We borrowed architectural particulars resembling wall trims, medallions, and moldings from the ‘entrance’ and utilized them to the ‘again’, incorporating trendy objects alongside classic ones to create a layered look.