Posted by: stacystyle | April 15, 2010

Trade show booth or elegant bath?

This week I’ve been participating in the Boston Residential Design Conference at the World Seaport Center. I’ve run into so many amazing people and it’s been so much fun! I have to share with you though, the gorgeous job that Ana Donohue did in designing the New England Home space. It’s really difficult to come up with a beautiful, temporary space, but I think she did a stellar job. Click on any photo to make it larger. Here are some of the details:

The yummy Spa Stones rug is through Landry & Arcari as is the cloth-bound grass rug.

Paint colors are Hague Blue and James White trim. Both by Farrow & Ball.

Tile by  Trikeenan Tile. It’s called Modulus Ebb & Flow in colors Willful Blue and E.B.White.

The tub is a Kohler Escale freestanding tub. It, along with the Kohler hooks, came from Snow & Jones.

On the side walls of the booth are a shower system by Brassworks and towel warmer by Runtal Radiators. The decorative panel doors are from Back Bay Shutter Co. The bookshelves are by Alto Decor.

The custom curved benches were designed by Ana Donohue and were made by McLaughlin Upholstering. That yummy fabric is Copacabana in Navy by Kravat Soleil.

The Slipper chairs are from McLaughlin Upholstering Company and covered in Duralee Fabric.

Finally, proving you don’t have to spend a million bucks to look like you did sometimes, the cute Chinese style yellow garden stools are from Target!

Special thanks to Barnaby Builders for the structure!

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  1. Come enjoy the booth and a massage!
    Thanks to Ana Donahue and our vendor/partners
    we are the belles of the ball.

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