Designer Showcase Awards 2014 by 2014 Designer Showcase Awards
Leslie Fine Interiors, Inc. wins 2014 IFDA NE Designer Showcase Awards.
To see the photos and learn more about the Leslie’s two award-winning projects, please go to: Leslie Fine Interiors Inc Wins Two IFDA NE Designer Showcase Awards
A Fresh Approach by Jaci Conry
Designer Leslie Fine discusses the redesign of a South End kitchen. The final look of the kitchen created an “approachable space, very fresh and comfortable”.
City Slick by Paula M. Bodah
Swapping their traditional family house in the suburbs for a chic, contemporary urban condominium gives a pair of empty nesters an easy new lease on life.
A lighter touch: New owners brighten a 19th-century Back Bay brownstone. by Jaci Conry
In fall 2012, Boston Home Owners hired Fine to create a warm, transitional style suited to their young family. “They wanted furniture with clean lines, more texture and less pattern, and lighter colors,” says Fine. While it was essential that the 3,000-square-foot home have modern appeal, the design also needed to honor the architecture.
by Leslie Fine
Fine Living; Five Questions with Leslie Fine
Leslie answers questions from Residential Building Products and Technology Magazine about her experiences working with luxury clients in the Boston area.
by Larger Than Light
Aging with Grace
Leslie shades some on light on her personal lighting design philosophy.
Super Soakers; The coolest tub of the moment stands alone. by Nigel F. Maynard
Designer Leslie Fine shares her expertise with Residential Building Magazine.
Living Large by Louis Postel
New England Home columnist Louis Postel writes about the allure of “downsizing and moving downtown.”
Extreme Makeover by Paula M. Bodah
Designer Leslie Fine created an open spa-like master bathroom by combining four rooms into one. ’What makes it special?’ A two-sided island vanity is the perfect solution to a bathroom challenged by an unusual layout.
Into the Light by Gail Ravgiala
The ‘all in one’ open floor plan interior design Leslie Fine adopted for the penthouse meant the itchen had to be seamlessly integrated into the overall design scheme. The one windowless wall is sheathed in sandblasted mirror with thick glass shelves that inspired the opaque glass doors on the upper kitchen cabinets, further unifying the space.