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Anthony Catalfano Interiors

160 Commonwealth Ave, Suite 9
Boston, MA 02116
United States
(617) 536-3776
Company Profile: 

Anthony Catalfano Interiors is a Boston-based full service interior design firm of residential and commercial projects. The firm offers a wide range of services including upholstery, window treatments, decorative painting and furniture design.

In addition, the firm does construction consultation on custom woodworking, architectural plans and renderings. The firm is known to work closely with clients and their architects and builders to create elegant, comfortable upscale rooms.

Anthony Catalfano, President and Principal Designer, established the firm in 1989.  The firm is currently located in the former Hotel Vendome building in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. Catalfano is known for his versatility in design - from traditional to contemporary.  He is personally involved in all the firm’s projects.

His works include residential and commercial projects in Boston, New York, Palm Beach, St. Louis, Santa Barbara, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, Wayland, Wellesley, Weston and Osterville.Versatility - Sophistication - Style

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Photo courtesy of Deborah Paine
There’s no place like the heart of the home for the holidays. Architectural Kitchens; interior design by Anthony Catalfano Interiors; built by Kenneth Vona Construction; photo by Richard Mandelkorn The turkey has been roasting in the oven for hours. The aroma fills the kitchen, mingling with the scent of sage and stuffing, and sweet freshly baked pies. Outside, there’s a chill in the air that...
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At BDG, we’re grateful to have relationships with professionals who have been with us since our inception. Feeling nostalgic, we combed through the archives to see the projects these talents showcased in our first few editions. We weren’t surprised to find designs that are as relevant today as they were up to 20 years ago. We asked the principals what makes these designs so enduring and what they...
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Blending into the wild has been an essential part of style expression from clothing to stationary to decor for centuries. Beginning in the 18th century, the European colonization of Asia and Africa brought the reproduction of leopard, tiger and zebra prints to fabrics. [Interior Design by Elizabeth Home Décor & Design] These exotic patterns continue to come back to style for reasons beyond...

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