It’s always so fun to see our work in print. At that point you’re so far removed from the process you can step back and appreciate the outcome. This weekends Boston Globe Magazine had a piece by Marni Katz on a fun girls room Mikaela and I designed recently. Getting to work on a bedroom for a pair of tweens was a nice departure from most of our work and just plain fun to do. Who doesn’t like to play with ruffled drapes once in a while!

The client wanted a New York City feel that was a bit feminine. Our focus was a room that they could gown into, letting go of the kiddie room feeling┬áthat the space had. We worked with the concept of a young 20something girl’s first NYC apartment in Soho; mixing sophistication with a little whimsy and a little urban.

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We have more photos over on our web site, but we’ll share a full spread of images here soon! Then you’ll get to fully appreciate our killer gallery wall that our go-to art installer Sarah teamed up with us on. Lots of back and forth, reformulating plans as well as an entire day leads to quite an install! Look out for more photos.

Kristina Crestin Design_Boston Globe Magazine cover

If your looking for professional art installation reach out to Sarah at SJ Art Consulting and Installation.  Dresser by Lekker, Beds by Land of Nod, Drapes + Monogram letters by Anthropologie, Sconces and Bedding by West Elm, sheets by PB Teen, Sofa from Knoll, Chair from Mitchell Gold, Side table from Crate & Barrel.

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