The color of the month for March, Nantucket Fog AC-22, was chosen by designer Lynda Holich. Lynda says, “Nantucket Fog is a great color for a young man or teenager’s bedroom. Transitioning a teenage boy’s bedroom from the baby blue of his nursery into a mature and more livable space can be complicated and I am often asked for help in choosing the right color. Nantucket Fog is a beautiful, inviting blue that pairs well with a gray color palette. Not exclusive to a boy’s bedroom, this would make a beautiful color to compliment white cabinets, black granite, and stainless steel in a kitchen.”
Lynda has been part of Babel’s design team since 1992. Her goal is to guide her clients through the design process to create beautiful spaces that convey balance, harmony, color flow, and function. Throughout the process, Lynda works very closely with her clients to design spaces that reflect their lifestyle and personality. Lynda graduated from Syracuse University where she studied interior design. To make an appointment with Lynda and see how she can help transform your space, visit our Norwood store or call 617-677-3272.
Each month, a different Babel’s interior designer discusses the current trends in interior design and chooses a Benjamin Moore color to highlight as the Babel’s Color of the Month.
For January, Michael Greene, interior designer, has chosen Beach Glass 1564 to compliment the cool blues, enchanting silvers, and lush accents that are currently leading the trends in the interior design field.
Michael says: “Right now the current trend is all things glam: sparkles, silvers, and silks. We are seeing a lot of aqua and silver color combinations in every room. In a kitchen, white cabinetry with quartz stone counter tops offer the look of marble without the hassle of potential staining. In a master suite, upholstered headboards combined silk draperies or a statement, wallpapered, accent wall create a luxurious and relaxing space. Beach Glass is the perfect medium-light aqua to give your space a feeling of opulence and comfort.”
Michael has been making homes, offices, restaurants and even yachts look amazing for over twenty-four years. New England Cable News Network has featured him three times on Dream House; a show that showcases local design projects, and produced. He has done set design for Local Talk show on Boston’s Channel 56. He has decorated many of the homes you may have seen during the famous “Christmas House Tour” in South Boston sponsored by Laboure and Catholic Charities.
Michael started his design career with Fabric Place a company well known for its superior custom work based in Framingham. Michael honed his skills and vast knowledge of custom window treatments and how important scale is to the final product. While at Fabric Place he had the pleasure of mentoring the newly hired designers he guided them through a full year of coaching to ensure their projects and designs were up to the company’s high standards.
In 2007, Fabric Place’s owners decided it was time to retire. “ It was like the death of a dear friend,” says Michael, “A Very Dear Friend.” He is now a prominent member of the design team at Babel’s where he has unlimited flexibility with product and design. Michael believes that his client’s wants and needs are most important in any project. Whether it be a traditional or a contemporary design he will always masterfully surpass his client’s expectations. This Designer understands that any custom work can be a major investment in your home. He also believes a well-designed space should be one you enjoy for years to come.
To have Michael help transform your space, stop by Babel’s in Canton at 102 Washington Street, or call to schedule an appointment, 617-877-3272.