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THE JUNIOR LEAGUE OF BOSTON SHOW HOUSE SHINES SPOTLIGHT ON THE BEST IN NEW ENGLAND DESIGN

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William Flagg Homer, the uncle of revered American artist Winslow Homer, purchased the estate in 1836 for $5,000. The property and its surroundings provided inspiration to Winslow Homer and was featured in some of his bestknown paintings, including the “Croquet” series and Boys in a Pasture. How fitting that Boston’s brightest talents in design were able to present their work in such a memorable setting and help the Junior League continue their commitment to the Wellness of Girls, a community service project focused on developing tomorrow’s healthy and confident women leaders.

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1 The Oval Dining Room by Mally Skok of Mally Skok Design 2 The Parlor by Elizabeth Benedict of Elizabeth Home Décor & Design 3 The Wunderkammer Library by Susan Schaub & Scott Bell of Theo & Isabella Design Group 4 The Toasting Room by Kacey Graham & Michaele Boehm of Boehm Graham Design 5 Charlotte’s Closet by Robin Gannon of Robin Gannon Interiors & Home 6 The Morning Kitchen by Kelly Rogers of Kelly Rogers Interiors and Dianne Aucello of Edesia Kitchen & Bath Studio 7 The Great Escape by Laurie Gorelick of Laurie Gorelick Interiors

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY SABRINA COLE-QUINN (1–2, 7), ELAINE FREDRICK PHOTOGRAPHY (3–5), AND MICHAEL J LEE (6)

The Junior League of Boston was pleased to host its 2017 Show House at the 1853 William Flagg Homer House, which is the permanent home of the Belmont Women’s Club in Belmont, Massachusetts.

ID Boston Vol. 10  

The magazine of Boston Design Center.

ID Boston Vol. 10  

The magazine of Boston Design Center.