I have been fortunate to have experienced the All-American beauty and splendor of the countries New England region. I was lucky to have attended Boston University and be able to spend my summers on the waterfront city of Newport, R.I.. Over the weekend I came across a charming Beacon Hill Brownstone showcased on One Kings Lane. The gorgeous prewar home belongs to the rising interior designer Nina Farmer .
A stunning space that is complete with the sought after attributes of the area such as landmark architecture and timeless details like the beautiful hardwood flooring and ground up wall height black metal windows. Nina’s personal style along with her design background brought to life a combination of traditional, contemporary and art deco elements to create a youthful polished masterpiece. In addition, the distinguished art collection seems to be right at home within this Boston Proper dwelling. The Farmer’s journey can be read here and below is a Style Server Boutique with tasteful selections to bring about the chic prewar persona of this outstanding townhouse.