We spend much of our time helping clients enjoy the beauty, tranquility and accessibilities of home. Especially in careers where wfh is allowed or encouraged, our spaces serve a variety of needs for us and our families.
Boston artist Meg Weeks’s painting, Hulbert Noon II captures the glory of a picture perfect summer’s day, where the only thing on the agenda is to enjoy it. The mood board for a room we imagine around her painting has lots of beachy, casual indoor/outdoor fabrics, where greens and blues rule, and the only requirement is to relax.
Maybe it was an aunt, a grandmother or if you were lucky your mother — and not just around holidays. Ah, the candy dish filled with candy. It’s a magical thing. What happened that we’ve become people who live without candy here and there in our homes?
The late expressionist painter Jason Berger, who hailed from the Boston area, celebrates the joy of lovely weather in his painting Swan Boats, Boston Public Garden, and we imagine a room around it in this mood board.
A common conversation at Platemark starts like this, “I watched [hot new TV show] last night, and the interior of so-and-so’s home was amazing!” Movies and TV shows are huge sources of inspiration for us, especially when whatever we’re watching is a period time capsule of interior design. Below are a few shows that still […]
I don’t mind gifts for the home. Trust me, if I was gifted a vacuum cleaner or a coffee maker or a clever kitchen gadget, I’d jump for joy! Forget jewelry, clothes, handbags and shoes, what you really want is some of this. Come along and I’ll show you … Wide Coat Hangers The small, […]