Project Spotlight: A Vibrant, Back Bay Apartment

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Back Bay is the land of quintessential Boston architecture merging with whatever newness the city decides to build. It’s the perfect place to wander along Commonwealth Ave and explore the multitude of brownstones as far as the eye can see, beyond our small streets of the South End. From this outwardly beautiful part of the city, we wanted to bring you

All you need to know about caring for wood

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Solid wood furniture is a gift that can last forever, but just like anything you want to stand the test of time, you need to maintain it. But how exactly do you keep it looking brand new? Our friends at Ethnicraft have done a fantastic job at creating timeless pieces and timeless ways to take care of them. how to

Meet Our Showroom Manager: Marissa

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Marissa is a black and white person – and that’s the vein that pumps blood into the rest of her life. It’s impossible to miss the boldness of her laughter or the self-assuredness emulating from any words she speaks.

Project Spotlight: The Cheeriest Lexington Living Room

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A recent project by Rachel Dunham that couldn’t help but catch our eye was an eclectic house she furnished in Lexington. For the living areas, she focused on mastering the family’s style – mixing their unique modern flair with a love of Asian influence. And Rachel managed to weave a color scheme full of bold colors like citron, navy, and

The Perfect Decor Line for the Object-Obsessed

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Fritz Hansen is home to classic designs we know and love, like the organic furniture feats of the Swan and Egg Chair. And some of our favorite designers – the craftsmanship of Poul Kjærholm, Arne Jacobsen, and Cecilie Manz. They hold the legacy of Danish design, the foundations of 1800s carpentry, and have curated a style that trickles well beyond the

The designer duo redefining modern furniture

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It all started as a rebellious thought: to live in the space between architecture and interiors. A design duo took their classical design training and began exercising a new frame of thinking in order to defy norms within upholstery and art. This is none other than Space Copenhagen. Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou were just students at The

A guide for choosing the right rug (the first time)

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You finally find the rug you love – it’s the perfect weave, it’s comfortable and durable, and you’re ready to roll that thing out like it’s meant for the feet of Oscar winners. But then you get it home and the worst happens: the sizing is off. Even though you made sure to measure your room upwards of 28 times. Not to

Eco-friendly furniture made easy with Gus* Modern

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Beyond style or function, we’re constantly looking for transparency and honesty when it comes to manufacturing, materials, and sustainability practices. There is a lot that goes undisclosed when it comes to ethical practices and sometimes hours at the computer can lead you right back to your first question – can I trust that this brand acts with thoughtfulness towards the environment?

A colorway predicted to withstand trends through 2020

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After mustard was invented in 1880, the first recorded use of mustard as a color name in English was in 1886 – which does rain some concern that we’ll soon confront the color named after Chipotle Mayo. Before mustard gained its notoriety as an “it-color” it was very much only associated with bohemian flair. But the past couple years have allowed it to