Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Beacon Hill's Cynthia Driscoll Interiors

The last few times I've been in Boston and headed over to Beacon Hill but my timing was always off and Cynthia Driscoll Interiors was closed. So happy this past March when I finally got to go in instead of just peering through the window! There's so much to admire in this gorgeous store.
Love the concrete andirons.
The finish on these pairs is beautiful and if I remember correctly they were only around $130 a piece.

This urn reminds me of John Saladino.
This mirror is set off by twiq squares. If you're in Boston, be sure to put this store on your must-visit list. (Image below from their website.)

70 Charles Street Boston, MA 617. 367. 6770

9 comments:

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh my, a ton of eye candy, but doesn't look like it's in my budget. Great inspiration though. Hugs, Marty

Henhurst Interiors said...

What a great looking shop. I am in Boston regularly and will definitely check it out. Thanks for the introduction! All best, Phyllis

An Urban Cottage said...

Interesting. I've never found them open either. Very nice things.

designchic said...

What an amazing shop and the pears may be my favorite thing...love, love!!

Carla Aston said...

Love those pears. Beautiful shop!

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

Cool shop, Michele! Really great displays and vignettes. I love those concrete andirons---very unusual. One more place to check out in Boston.
Hope all is well!
Loi

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

Lovely displays and vignettes. To bad it was closed. Looks like it would be a store filled with inspiration.

roughluxeperspective said...

Wow that woman has style! Lovely shop...what a great resource!

Party Resources said...

Love it. Next time you are here you also need to put Hudson on your list. Happy weekend! Kate

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