Kimball and King’s intention and focus is in reconsidering the vision of what may be considered traditional interior decor.

While we take the greatest of pleasure in providing and using modern traditional placements, we do honor the use of period furniture, custom designed furniture, modern and classical artwork, and the myriad of textiles available to create a personal interior design that reflects your nature and lifestyle.

From the subtle to the vivid, we are here to express the comforts of your home.

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Fern, Boston. This flower shop was designed to give the feeling of an exterior courtyard. Complete with a bi-fold door system to bring the outdoors in, fountains and trellised walls. stone statuary, and a starlight ceiling, Kimball worked with Joseph Dick Architecture to give a signature look to this flower shop in Boston's Back Bay.

When Meg took on the renovation of this historic property in Lexington, MA, she noted that it had the bones of an elegant, southern plantation home, yet the simplicity of a colonial farmhouse. She set out to give it the boost of grandeur it deserved by adding herringbone floors from France on the first floor for a note of elegance. An old world kitchen with modern amenities, a vaulted-ceiling library, and a solarium-like mudroom that overlooked the multi-tiered, circular terrace were also added. The overall effect was stately and elegant, yet with furnishings in a comfortable, elegant style still befitting a young family.