Contemporary Interior Design For A 1980’s Home

The design direction for this sprawling brick ranch called for updating the 1980's interior to a bright, contemporary home for a young family. This project called for a complete transformation of the property with new paint, furniture, draperies, lighting, and accessories. The only pre-existing furniture used was the leather sofa.

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Interior Designer Notes On This Chelmsford, MA Design Project

  • The clients requested an interior design direction for this brick suburban home in Chelmsford, MA that was bright, airy, livable and modern.

  • The home has hardwood floors throughout. The family room contains a built in cabinet that was formerly a pickled finish. It was painted white to brighten the living space.

  • The wall color in the family room is Benjamin Moore Windham Cream. Custom lighting is from Visual Concepts.

  • The bedroom furniture is from Hooker Furniture's Estate Line and the draperies are custom.

  • The paint in this foyer is Benjamin Moore Historical Putnam Ivory. The light is seeded glass, from Visual Concepts.

  • The bedroom contains a sculpted carpet, tropical ceiling fan, and mercury glass lamps.

  • Mirrors, lamps and accessories are from the Uttermost Collection.

  • This children's playroom was transformed from an inlaw apartment. It has an art area and a full view mirror.

  • The sitting room has an Akbar hand knotted oriental wool rug and custom designed furniture from Fairfield Chair.

  • The dining room set is from Hooker Furniture. The table has an inlaid star and the china cabinet has seeded glass.

  • The office has a cherry desk, custom draperies and a hand knotted area rug in brown, terracotta and blue.