I’m currently working with Seaver Construction as the interior designer for a new, multi-unit residential building called The Foundry at Wakefield, in Wakefield, MA. Close to the commuter rail, Route 128/95 and Wakefield’s popular Lake Quannapowitt and several other parks, the Foundry is set in a great location. Designed by O’Sullivan Architects of Reading MA, the Foundry building offers covered parking, a common room with kitchenette, and 83 residential units with several different floor plans to choose from, featuring one bedroom/one bath, two bedrooms/one bath or two bedrooms/two baths. The unit options are great for single professionals, families, or those looking to downsize from a large home with unused space to a stylish and smart residence.
The lobbies and common areas will feature a sophisticated, warm color palette with bronze finishes. The residential units will feature neutral color palettes with a range of options for flooring, tile, cabinets and counter tops. As the project’s interior designer, I specified lighting, finishes, and an attractive range of options available for buyers to choose from. The cabinet finishes, counter top options, flooring options and tile options provide excellent possibilities for a wide range of tastes.
It’s been fun and rewarding putting the project’s interior specs and details together. I’ve worked with Seaver Construction on similar residential projects such as Baldwin Woods and Newbridge Village, both set in Woburn. Check out The Foundry at Wakefield soon!
Rendering courtesy of The Foundry at Wakefield.