Ritz Carleton Residence II

Art is at the center of this apartment renovation in a Boston residential tower. The rooms are galleries — walls of paintings complement sweeping views of the skyline. The design is modern and minimal — a restrained palette of natural materials forms the perfect backdrop for modern paintings, mixed media and photographs.

The furniture, too, is modern — custom pieces are mixed with vintage and new. Velvet Flexform sofas are paired with T-Gong tables; vintage modern lounge chairs upholstered in pony hide are grouped with a vintage Platner chair and a Royan floor lamp. Black leather MR chairs surround a custom Calacutta marble.

A small study is nestled behind the kitchen. The views from every room – across the urban grid, the public garden and the river – are stunning. And art fills every wall.

While the living spaces were redesigned to be open and interconnected, the bedroom wing was renovated with an emphasis on individuality and privacy. A Zig Zag floor lamp in the son’s room compliments the bold geometric wall paper by Flavor Paper.

The daughter’s room is delicate and theatrical, with a custom-designed, turquoise headboard, poised in front of Christian Lacroix lace wallpaper with a Verner Panton chandelier.

Every detail matters; modern interiors gain life through the careful interplay of texture and color.

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