This transitional style spec home was renovated for a family of four by Pinney Designs, located in Wellesley Hills, a neighborhood in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Repeat clients, the designer helped the family move from Boston’s South End to the suburbs. They were excited to move into their new dwelling, yet they were concerned with the finishes.
The designer’s principal goal for this project was to upgrade the selections and finishes throughout this residence and to customize the design to the homeowner’s personal style preferences. Continue below to see the beautiful transformation…
With custom flooring throughout, this home boasts textures, patterns, and geometric flooring styles in almost every room. A few custom pieces of furniture were sourced directly from the interior designer’s shop SYD+SAM and made perfect durable, yet sophisticated additions to this growing family home — not to mention budget-friendly.
What We Love: This family home in Massachusetts provides a sweeping update with new finishes, materials, and furnishings — mixing old with new for a fresh new look. Living spaces are warm and inviting for everyday family living, yet have a touch of sophistication for entertaining guests. We are especially loving the new look of the kitchen, with its blue and white color palette, clean lines and simple yet durable materials.
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Above: When the owners moved into their new home they wanted to use their well-loved hand-woven rug. It was a bit too small for the space so the designer selected a custom sisal rug to layer underneath.
Above: Hale Navy HC-154 – Benjamin Moore adds a pop of color to this clean, white kitchen. It also happens to be one of the interior designer’s most requested color selections.
Above: In the kitchen, the range is by Wolf. The pendant lights above the island are by Cisco Home. The wood flooring was sourced from Hunt Hardwood.
Above: In the main bedroom, custom-designed built-ins transformed a unique architectural element into a cozy reading nook with an abundance of storage.
Above: The main bathroom offers plenty of warmth courtesy of radiant heat flooring. The light fixtures were sourced from Visual Comfort, while the sink faucets are by Rohl.
Above: Sophisticated fun for this little boy’s bedroom. A comfortable chair in the corner is the perfect spot to cuddle up, for story time.
PHOTOGRAPHER Jared Kuzia Photography