This colorful condo will AMAZE you!
On the second floor, the master bedroom has its color moments in the lime-green ceiling and the deep-blue, linen-wrapped chest. A subtle yet well-executed design element here is the use of lines—in the pale-green stripped wallpaper, the woven black-and-white-stripped area rug, the navy flange that wraps the perimeter of the duvet cover, the rope-wrapped desk, the pom-pom trim detail along the leading edges of the drapery, and in the two watercolor wash paintings above the bed. “I love this combination of tailored but still playful,” Linder says.
Another artful nod to Eric and Ian’s Boston house is found along the wall of the stairway to the second floor. This contemporary art installation, by Christina Watka, is similar to one the artist did in the couple’s city home, and it can be interpreted in various ways—Linder sees it as barnacles, to Egan it looks like sea urchins, and Eric describes it as “little black pools.” The installation consists of clusters of ceramic and porcelain black pebbles that are matte glazed, some with an 18-karat gold finish. “We loved the beachy vibe it had for this house,” says Linder. “The motion and movement up the stairs is beautiful,” Eric notes.
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