COVID has provided some Boston condo owners with time to reflect on redesigning/redecorating their downtown Boston condo. In this Boston Real Estate Blog post, we outline the trendsetting decor influencers/ideas for 2020 and into 2021.
Have you ever been to a Zoom meeting where someone has terrible lighting and they look like they live in a yellow covered world? Let 2020 be the year you perfect your home’s lighting situation especially if you’re into ZOOM meetings.
In this era of COVID and working from home 2020 and beyond, a hint of playfulness and an extra dose of comfort seem to be what the doctor ordered.
Wallpaper is big now. Artsy and adventurous prints have been embraced by millennials bored of neutral paints and minimalist style. And wallpaper technology has come a long way since I was growing up in the 70’s — it’s easier to apply and can be easily removed later without leaving a residue
In kitchen and bathroom cabinets, beaded textures are “subtle but impactful,” designer Townsend Interiors. To complement 2020’s sleek cabinet look, minimalist integrated pulls are also in. Check out three clever ways to get the look on your existing cabinets from Architectural Digest, then head over to our blog post on DIY cabinet facelifts.
A home office is the new essential in 2020 and into 2021 for Beacon Hill condo owners and renters, as work-from-homers with an eye for design are recognizing that space need not be an exclusive one. A flexible home office can make room for multiple users and double as a living area in off-hours. If all else fails, a decorative curtain can hide the mess in an instant.
Getting Boston condo design advice from the internet is a little like Googling your health symptoms and hoping for a successful diagnosis and treatment plan. A little help from an expert can go a long way, my advice to you is to consult with a Boston real estate designer and check their Google reviews.