Source: One Kings Lane
I went to Boston for this first time this previous October. I was excited to visit as all of my friends have raved about Boston. The small, charming city lived up to everything my friends said it would be with the neighborhood of Beacon Hill being no exception. I loved walking up and down the rolling hills full of historic brownstones. New York, of course, is also full beautiful brownstones in many neighborhoods but for whatever reason, they’re just not as charming as the ones found throughout Beacon Hill.
I came across Nina Farmer’s sophisticated brown stone in Beacon Hill on One King’s Lanes blog this morning and had to share. Nina and her family originally settled on the top floor of this town home, before buying the entire home when the family downstairs eventually moved out. Nina gutted and renovated the entire space, combining rooms to build the kitchen, keeping the historic molds and casings, and reinventing this space to feel fresh and modern. The kitchen, bedroom and closet have to be my favorite rooms in the home. Be sure to check out the entire feature on One Kings Lane and you can shop the post below. Happy Thursday! Xo. Lauren
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