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In Boston, a coach house is transformed into a bohemian chic house

In Boston, a coach house is transformed into a bohemian chic house


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In Boston, in the charming historic district of Dorchester, interior designer and decorator Melissa Miranda and her husband Ulises Serret, a building contractor, renovated an old coach house and transformed it into a chic, sunny and bohemian cocoon warm where nature is omnipresent. A dream house conducive to relaxation that we invite you to discover in pictures!

Cozy


Melissa Miranda Interior Design - Sam Bulukonis Photography In the center of the room stands a magnificent rosewood table surrounded by tulip chairs. Installed on a wheel, it frees up space as needed.

Nice opening


Melissa Miranda Interior Design - Sam Bulukonis Photography Very contemporary, the veranda opens on both sides onto a magnificent wooden terrace.

Safe Haven


Melissa Miranda Interior Design - Sam Bulukonis Photography Two wooden deckchairs dressed in white cushions and a nearby outdoor dining table have been installed. They allow the couple to take advantage of this exceptional place when the weather permits.

Charming cuisine


Melissa Miranda Interior Design - Sam Bulukonis Photography Near the veranda is the long kitchen that the couple renovated a few years ago, in 2003. Dressed in wood and white granite worktops, it displays a contemporary look which suits him perfectly.

Storage spaces


Melissa Miranda Interior Design - Sam Bulukonis Photography Around the door that leads to the office, custom shelves, full height, have been installed. These open storage spaces allow Miranda to display bottles, dishes and other tableware of all kinds.

A natural living room


Melissa Miranda Interior Design - Sam Bulukonis Photography Miranda and her husband Ulises dreamed of a bright and natural interior where they could relax. In the living room, the gray walls and moldings were swapped for a lighter shade: white Swiss Coffee by Benjamin Moore. Omnipresent, it accentuates the impression of space in the habitat.

A majestic fireplace


Melissa Miranda Interior Design - Sam Bulukonis Photography Added during the renovation, the immaculate fireplace is today the center of attention. Its originality: it is directly inspired by London fireplaces typical of the Edwardian period.

Mix of styles


Melissa Miranda Interior Design - Sam Bulukonis Photography In the dining area, a contemporary table and elegant wooden chairs have been installed. They rub shoulders with style the Scandinavian style row and the wall of frames.

Revisited


Melissa Miranda Interior Design - Sam Bulukonis Photography Formerly used as a hay barn, the room has been transformed into a parental bedroom for the couple. Its fresh and simple style in perfect harmony with the rest of the house.



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