Millennium Tower Boston, MA

This two-bedroom condo in Downtown Crossing’s sky-high Millennium Tower was a creative challenge. “For this project, the homeowners wanted a more refined look,” says Lemanski. Partnering with design firm Gerald Pomeroy Interiors, the Lemanski team reconfigured the entry foyer to allow for a coat closet and opened the wall to the den on the inner hallway to borrow light from the guest bedroom to illuminate the windowless room.

The master bathroom was redesigned to add a high-gloss black vanity and abstract wallpaper, enhancing the existing shower and tile. The kitchen island was a favorite feature for the homeowners, rebuilt to reorient it so the view could be enjoyed. The ceilings were lowered 6 inches to allow for the installation of ceiling lighting and the flooring throughout was upgraded to hardwood from laminate. The wonderful thing about lowering the ceilings that did not compromise the spaces one bit. It also allowed us to create a pocket at the expansive windows to hide the mechanics of the motorized window treatments.

Featured in: Boston Home – Winter 2019

In collaboration with: Pomeroy Interiors, RBA Arechitecture, Inc, Eric Roth photography