If you've been following Boxwood Terrace since the early days, you know how much I admire Charles Spada's interior designs. I've done a few posts about his work because it always impresses me. The following are photos of a 600 square foot apartment he designed on the top floor of what was once a church in Boston's South End.
The white walls of the apartment highlight the owners' collection of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century German, Italian, and French drawings. The dark walnut parquet floors set off the pale colored neo-classical style furniture, which was designed by Spada to maximize space.