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Even Grande Dames need a refresh every now and then and the Four Seasons Boston took this to heart when gently redesigning their rooms this spring. Boston Common got a sneak peek at the new rooms and we think they look so fantastic, we asked the designers behind the space, Michael Booth and Alan Deal of BAMO, to give us tips on how to achieve the look in your own home.
One of the newly refreshed rooms at the Four Seasons Boston.
"As a New England (Providence) native, Boston has an emotional pull for me, especially now with its unprecedented boom and transformation into a truly international city," says Booth, BAMO’s Principal. “What's been special about working with Four Seasons Boston specifically is that we're recognizing the past of such a well-known, classic luxury hotel, while also helping to lead the property in its new role in a newly dynamic city."
Clockwise from top left: Henrietta Mirror, Anthropologie ($198). 203 Newbury St., 617-262-0545; Odelina Bed, Anthropologie ($2998). Rayne Floor Lamp, Room and Board ($799). 375 Newbury St., 617-351-0020; Colby Floor Mirror, Crate and Barrel ($299). 77 Boylston St., 617-262-8700; Luxe Pillow Cover, West Elm ($49). 160 Brookline Ave., 617-450-9500; Ankara Chair, Crate & Barrel ($799). Clea Rug, Crate & Barrel ($599-$1599). Glass Bistro Table, West Elm ($999). Hand-drawn Robin ($14.99), Art.com.