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Lighting Roundup!

Elizabeth Tobin


I fell in love with lighting in my time studying at Lorenze de Medici - The Italian International institute in Florence. But it has been in the field that I've learned just how trans-formative lighting can be to a space. From table lamps and sconces, to chandeliers there are so many elements of the right lighting choice that make a room feel full. I pulled few of my lighting favorites from past and current projects to show off not only their diversity but just how they enhance the style of a room.


Understanding lighting is to also know that there is tons of it out there. Decisiveness, a keen eye, and a great sense spacial understanding are really important factors when presenting options to your clients. The pictures below are two examples of how the same floor lamp in different styles worked in two very different spaces. On the left we installed this lamp in a traditional study with dark wood features. The right was a transitional living space that had a much more modern feel. Follow us on Instagram for more inspiring install shots and an inside look at our recent projects!


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Design New England Feature!

Elizabeth Tobin

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We've been holding this project close for a while. Now that the news is out about our feature in the newest issue of Design New England magazine, we can't wait to share this gorgeous kitchens story! Take a look through the gallery below and be sure to read the feature here!


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Vermont Project Progress : Kitchen!

Elizabeth Tobin

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Today's snow storm has me thinking back to our Woodstock project we've been working on all winter. I love when client's are willing to trust the process and take a risk. The color of this kitchen was nothing short of that. The color palette actually came to me while I was having brunch with Brad and Toby one morning in Harvard Sq. at Henrietta's Table. I fell in love with this color and knew instantly it was the perfect combo for our Woodstock project.

That cabinet color couldn't have been a better choice for a space like this. The color is Benjamin Moore, Brookside Moss. When we received the sample, it was perfect! And upon install, after trusting the process, our clients loved it too. I can't stop thinking about this kitchen! Keep up with us for more project updates and take a look at the rotating gallery featuring more of the home below.

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