A beautiful historic Boston home by Hudson Interior Design exemplifies the modern country style that’s become my favorite over the years. I’ve loved country style for over 30 years due to its timeless appeal. Today’s tour features a mix of vintage pieces blended with new, for a fresh look on historic style.
In the living room above, a collection of older books add a bit of color to a vintage black cabinet with a new, large round mirror.
A cozy den with rough hewn paneling enjoys a blue, velvet Chesterfield sofa with a cowhide rug. Sliding barn doors add to the rustic appeal of this cozy space.
The dining room features beautiful leather chairs gathered around the large wood dining table. An oil painting and farmhouse style chandelier add to the modern country style of this warm and pretty space.
The sideboard displays pottery, baskets, and a vintage child’s bicycle. The white walls show off the vintage furniture and wood plank floors.
Another black cabinet takes residence on the opposite wall that connects to the historic Boston home’s living room
An older brick fireplace takes center stage in the living room with a vintage camp sign above the mantel.
Here’s a view of the living room from another angle. It has beautiful neutral décor without a lot of clutter. It’s a clean look that’s warm and inviting.
What I love so much about this home is its organic, historic appeal. Rough hewn ceilings, stone walls, old wood floors, and classic traditional furniture. The historic Boston home retains its vintage vibe while providing the comforts for modern day living.
The master bedroom is like a suite in an expensive historic hotel. Sitting areas are included in this spacious bedroom with painted wood-paneled ceiling. Windows are without curtains but have roll-down shades for blocking light when sleeping.
A cozy corner next to the bedroom fireplace creates a place for board games. Did you notice the gorgeous wood floors that flow throughout the house?
A pitched, natural wood ceiling makes a guest bedroom feel warm and inviting. Built-ins make good use of the small space.
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