Ever since I was in elementary school, I’ve had a fascination (okay more like obsession) with interior design. Around the time I was in 5th grade, my mother retired from her job as an Art teacher and started her own interior design company. As you can imagine, that only furthered my addiction to colors, patterns, and paint swatches. Fast forward to now, I’m less than a month away from moving into my next apartment and the nesting bug is itchier than ever!

To finish off the 195 Webster series (before I jump right into my HQ series) I’ve decided to reflect on the past year in our gorgeous East Boston apartment. Located in Jeffries Point, we are fortunate enough to have [arguably] the most stunning view in the city. I feel so thankful that I’m able to soak in the city and sunsets every night from my porch and I know that it’s going to be extremely hard to leave the place that I’ve called home for the past 12 months. However, even though we are seriously downsizing, I’m so excited to transition into a more cohesive design scheme where everything has its place.

I hope whoever moves in after us will appreciate the space that they have. Not only is it perfect for entertaining but it truly feels like a home, complete with welcoming neighbors and basement storage (which is bigger than my bedroom in my old North End apartment…). We had a good run 195 Webster – you will be missed.

If you ever visited 195 Webster over the past year, I’d love to read your memories in the comments section below! 

Did you miss the other 195 Webster posts? Check them out here!

5 thoughts on “195 WEBSTER – LIVING AREA

  1. Hope your move goes well!! Can’t wait to see the decor in your new place!

    xx

    • Thank you!! Dreading packing but excited to show you new pictures 🙂

  2. The carpe diem sign is seriously so hilarious- I love it! This apartment is massive for Boston- what a steal! It is gorgeous… but I am sure your new one will turn into “home” quickly, and be just lovely 🙂
    -Rach
    http://www.lamariposablog.com

  3. Mom

    Kayte,
    I for one am going to miss the space you are in. Trying to convince your dad this would be a great place to live, but he wants no part of the city! Your old “new” furniture is being repurposed for your new space as you write this. (Clarification… you were a sophomore in high school when I started my design business!). Love , Mom

  4. Marissa

    Would you like to come over and decorate my future home? You are amazing!

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