For this pied-a- terre, designer Paula Daher aimed to create visual warmth in every space.
When renowned architect Henry Cobb conceived of the new Four Seasons Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston (onedalton.com), it immediately became a development like no other in the city. The luxury residences are complemented by a partnership with the Four Seasons and its signature services. Still, those penthouses with astounding views need aesthetic grounding, and that’s where interior designers like Paula Daher (daherinteriordesign.com) have delivered inspired work. For this residence, a pied-a-terre whose owners use the space when in Boston for work and family fun, Daher’s goal was to boost visual warmth in every room. “We started the space with the rug, warm greens, grays and cognac colors, then selected the stone for the fireplace,” says the designer, whose team also added millwork panels that surround the fireplace. “The room came together with the interesting chair from Kravet (kravet.com) at the fireplace. We custom designed the cocktail table and dining table, then added a sofa from A. Rudin (arudin.com) and additional chairs from Kravet.” Daher notes her clients are thrilled with their Boston escape—so thrilled, in fact, they’ve used it far more than originally planned: It has become their work-from-home lair during the pandemic.
Photography by: Michael J. Lee