Beatrice M. Fulford-Jones, SBID IIDA, the luxury interior designer from London, has recently completed 2 high-end condominiums just outside of Boston. The project is a turnkey development, meaning that clients can move right in. Beatrice designed the interiors of the condos herself, outfitting them with the finest furnishings and appliances.
Beatrice has described the project as a "comprehensive solution for busy professionals who appreciate high-end design but demand a hassle-free lifestyle."
Wetherby Place 2, a two-story townhouse, is equipped with a sleek kitchen and all Bosch appliances. Cabico cabinetry, a Krion countertop, and a Porcelanosa sink and backsplash make for a truly curated kitchen. The condo is furnished with beautiful pieces by Ligne Roset, BoConcept, and Roche Bobois, and a curved HD TV entertainment system.
The master and guest bedrooms each have walk-in closets, and beds by Ligne Roset and BoConcept.
All bathrooms are outfitted with fixtures and finishes from Porcelanosa.
Wetherby Place 2, which is designed in a contemporary style, offers a sleek kitchen featuring Cabico cabinetry, a Krion countertop, sink and backsplash by Porcelanosa, and ambient LED lighting. The dining and living room features a dining table and chairs by Calligaris, Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier chairs, a Noguchi coffee table, a Ligne Roset media console station, and a curved HD TV.
The bedroom features a clean neutral palette and custom bedding and window treatments.
The bathrooms are luxuriously outfitted with rain showers, heated flooring, and heated towel racks.
Beatrice acted as a combination project manager and interior designer for the Wetherby projects. This hands-on approach allows Beatrice to keep an eye on all aspects of the designing and building phase, and to ensure the standard of quality and luxury that her clients have come to expect from her. Beatrice serves as the Principal of Global Interior Design, a renowned international interior design firm known for creating luxurious and high-end spaces.