Thursday, October 28, 2010

Century Furniture: "Boston Style"


I always love going to our Boston showroom! Its such a beautiful city. I find it to be very vibrant; celebrating both its historical roots as well as modern culture. We find this dichotomy exists in Boston Style, as we sell both traditional and contemporary designs equally well. Actually Boston design as a whole I believe is a great blend of traditional and contemporary - cultivating a fresh, modern take on classic styles. I think you will agree this look is very evident in our Boston showroom.

Located in the Boston Design Center, our showroom is on the 4th floor (suite 447).

(The view of the showroom coming down the 4th floor corridor.)

(I just love this room - so sophisticated and I love the cream & cocoa color palette.)

(A mix of contemporary pieces, featuring the new Tribeca collection.)

(A chest from Tribeca - my favorite piece from the collection!)

(Another piece from Tribeca filled with an assortment of mercury glass.)

(Every room needs a little bit of sparkle - an elegant bedside table.)

(The view across our outdoor area .... yes, all of this furniture is outdoor suitable!)

(The view from our windows - I love these great, old windows. They allow for such light in the showroom!)

(An Oscar de la Renta dining room setting.)

(A fun chaise sits in front of our upholstered headboard samples.)

(A classic setting featuring a traditional bookcase and robin's egg lamps. Love the lamps!)

(A setting of traditional upholstery - meadow-green fabrics and the white display cabinet take it more fresh.)

(I loved this grouping of prints with the sapphire blue urns.)

(The design center of the showroom.)

(Classic poster bed with bedding from Ankasa.)

(A cocktail ottoman from our new Profiles collection.)

(One of my all-time favorite sofas ... love the beige and white combination. Casual but so chic!)

For more information on "all things Boston" please contact Andrea Gourousis, showroom manager, at either (617) 737 0501 or agourousis@centuryfurniture.com.