Morr Interiors is pleased to announce a new design project in the works for Katahdin Woods in Lexington, MA. Morr Interiors was hired by CLPF Katahdin Woods, LP – currently managed by Princeton Properties Management – to re-design the interior Common Area space at Katahdin. Morr was approached at the end of September for the interior re-design and a final design approval was given in March to move forward with Morr’s proposed interior design strategy.
After meeting with the apartment Sales Team, Morr learned that the tenants at Katahdin Woods used the space on a daily basis for meetings and functions. Morr also was told about how much the tenants loved the original color palette. Morr Interiors decided to stay with the blue palette while bringing it to the next level of sophistication with the introduction of gray. “We decided to get rid of the yellow paint and cottage style furnishings, moving forward with a grayish steel blue palette and adding transitional elements,” owner and designer Stephanie Morrison said.
To highlight the archway leading into the Clubroom and fireplace wall, Morr chose a deep steel blue to add a three-dimensional effect (Benjamin Moore 2132-40 Eclipse). “There’s so much volume in here, I wanted to highlight the main focal point inviting you into the space, then creating a sense of calm once you sat down and cozied up in a chair,” Morrison added. Morr is excited to get this project completed by the end of May, as well as to showcase the new design to the public.
Stay tuned for upcoming professional images later on this year.