Stunning Designs and Décor for a Home You’ll Love
Kristina Crestin Design is a full-service, residential Interior Design Firm specializing in everything from Interior Decorating to Interior Architectural Design. Our projects range in style and aesthetics, based on our clients’ needs and preferences. However, our true passion lies in designing Farmhouses, Modern Farmhouses and Coastal Cottages. We love finding just the right light fixture, detailing millwork and hunting down just the right touch of salvage. We understand your project is an investment. That is why our goal is to bring our knowledge, the fresh Kristina Crestin design look, and, most importantly, design a home that feels unique to you and your family.
We’re adept at collaborating with architects and builders and enjoy the team process, whether the project is a small renovation or whole home new construction. Our interior design and decorating clients come from the Greater Boston area, all over New England and, of course, wherever else our clients take us!
You are so good at your job–you took the look and feel of what I was going for and completely nailed it, making it even better than I could have imagined. I am in love with this room and since we are in here as a family the most, it means even more. Thank you so much!
We have worked with Kristina on numerous projects. Her creativity and energy always bring the most to projects. She never repeats herself and delivers a look and feel to customers that surpasses expectations. Kristina has an incredible attention to detail and is totally professional. If you are doing something that you expect to turn out special, Kristina should be your first call.
You put every ounce of your passion and energy into even the most minute details — and THIS is what sets you apart from everyone else. Thank you for all the passion and love you have put into our latest (and greatest) project so far. Your touches are everywhere we look—so for us, you have become like part of our family. We are beyond thrilled for you and all that you have accomplished and feel truly blessed to be living in an original “Kristina Crestin”.
Thanksgiving is here literally tomorrow. When the heck did that happen? Priorities? Setting a bar and making pie. Oh wait, giving thanks. Obviously that comes first. Then secondly the bar and pie (choose your own order .... 🤣 )
What usually is a starting point for me becomes glassware. I may have too many sets of my own (we all have our problems people ... ) but entertaining is a great opportunity to bust them all out.
Here on this throwback #farmhousefixer project we shopped local at @cleodglassworks for these amber stunners that just so happened to work with the clients vintage lamps. However you entertain here's my tip - find the pieces of the holiday that makes you happy and lean into them. I love setting a bar or a table, so I find joy in that and not all the other parts I don't love.
On that note - off to start that pie! May you have a warm wondering Thanksgiving surrounded by those you love!
Glasses: @cleodglassworks + @bubblefactoryma
Art by Katie Tomko: @kt.dezign
Lamps: Vintage of the clients
Console: My own collection ...
Copper copper copper. I had a bee in my bonnet about integrating copper. It all started from the pot rack idea, practical art. Then it gave me something to hunt for and I do love a good hunt. I look through this past project photos and rather than just see the design that came together I see the stories of how some of these elements came together.
I see buying a box of random rolling pins I won on an online estate sale having no idea what I was getting until I picked them up, I see a set of nesting bowls I borrowed from a friend @juliajfrost. I see the copper measuring cups and recall the best friends trip to VT when I found them in a cute boutique and recall that whole weekend - just by seeing the measuring cups.
Art is something that I feel people should have that similar mental journey with but I love that I have moments like that with all these little pieces of my Farmhouse Fixer experience.
And the best copper memory - my Dad spending an ENTIRE day polishing copper to help out. 🥰
So the idea of adding a horse to a photo shoot - easy right? I had this strong visual in mind and showing the connection to the farm from the Kitchen helps tell a story. I mean maybe the extra treats in my pocket should have come out 🤣
Swipe right to say hello to our client Corine @cedarwoodfarmevents and her sweet late Brahm ❤️ Thank you both xoxo
This was my first English countryside inspired Kitchen I ever designed. I love that about design. We listened to what homeowners want, we search for inspiration, we work through what is actually possible in an existing layout (and what really isn't ....) and build the design. I freaking love the design process!
GC + Custom Cabinetry: @curranconstruction
Faucet + Farmers Sink: @houseofrohl + @magruderassociates
Cabinet Hardware: @rejuvenation
Sconces: @visualcomfort + @lightnewengland
Paint colors: All @benjaminmoore
Millwork, Walls + Ceiling: White Wisp 2137-70
Cabinetry: Sweet Spring 1500 ...
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