Lexington, MA – Historic Lexington, MA is a town steeped in Boston history. The architectural design and interior design of homes in this community are shining examples of Federal-style architecture. Many are deemed historical, some even on the National Register of Historic Places. In many of these homes, traditional interior design styles influence their interior design. Historic Lexington is known for Lexington Common, or Battle Green, where the American Revolutionary War’s first shot was fired. On the green, the Minuteman Statue and Revolutionary Monument commemorate militia who clashed with the British. Today, the town annually commemorates the battle on the Battle Green in Downtown with a reenactment as part of its Patriots Day festivities.
This interior design project encompasses this lovely Lexington residence’s first-floor living spaces. The spaces feature a spacious foyer, traditional architectural elements, a curated art collection, and stately furnishings, some family heirlooms. The elegant family room is designed for entertaining on a grand scale. Classic furniture pieces complement layers of color and texture. Grasscloth graces the walls, and stylish pottery pieces play visual counterpoint to family heirlooms, a lovely chandelier, and table lighting.
Boston interior designer Tiffany LeBlanc incorporated warm earth tones throughout the project. The color balance works with the original millwork. Although the house is grand, Tiffany achieved intimacy throughout the space. It’s warm and welcoming and a feast for the eyes of anyone who visits.