BOSTON, Mass. — Gerald Pomeroy of the award-winning firm Gerald Pomeroy Design Group, is one of the distinguished designers featured in the Boston Design Center (BDC) Dream Home 2008. Mr. Pomeroy is designing the Dining Room.
Boston Design Center Dream Home 2008 – The Ultimate Design Installation is located on the 6th floor of the Design Center and is an unprecedented design event, showcasing the extraordinary talents of nine of the area’s top design firms and the luxury resources available only at The Boston Design Center. Each room has been created to provide inspiration, aspiration and creative ideas to help patrons refine his or her own personal style. Products featured in the designer rooms will be promoted and available for purchase to thousands of online visitors through www.bostondesign.com/dreamhome.
Mr. Pomeroy’s dining room features a modern mix of antiques and contemporary art complemented by custom lush de Gournay plum blossom gilded-on-wallpaper and a dramatic and graphic stenciled painted floor. “This is a truly elegant and hypnotic space, that invites you to linger and then lures you back, time and time again,” states Mr. Pomeroy. “Some of the distinctive elements in this room are being introduced for the first time. We are thrilled with the result.”
The team assisting Pomeroy Interior Design Group with this transformation include: The Classic Group, Inc., architects & builders (construction); Normand St. Marie (wallpaper installation); COD Decorative Painting (stencil-painted floor); Pal Painting (painting); and Miles River Sewing (custom drapes).
Gerald Pomeroy’s projects have been showcased on HGTV, NECN’s New England Dream House, and in a number of national, regional and local publications, including Traditional Home, The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, New England Home Magazine, Design New England, Renovation Style, Better Homes & Gardens, Boston Common, and Brunschwig & Fils Up Close, among others. Most recently, a project of Gerald Pomeroy Design Group graced the cover of the 2007 November/December issue of Design New England, and will be featured in the 2008 holiday issue of Traditional Home. Additionally, Mr. Pomeroy’s own home will be the feature story in the annual “before & after” summer issue of Traditional Home.
For more information on Gerald Pomeroy Design Group, call (617) 227-6693 or visit their website http://www.geraldpomeroydesigngroup.com. For further information on the BDC Dream Home, please visit their website www.bostondesign.com.