Introducing texture-rich dimension, wood paneling adds long-lasting character and charm to both traditional and contemporary interiors. It’s often used to give a sophisticated yet warm feel, and the wood paneled lounges at Boston’s most luxurious residential buildings are a prime example.
Cue Room and Rose Lounge at The Parker
A 168-unit condominium building overlooking Boston Common, The Parker is located in Boston’s vibrant Theater District. The luxury condominium offers elegantly designed homes and sophisticated amenities that appear on the lower, ground and rooftop levels. Designed to establish a sense of drama, The Parker’s amenities are unified by Zarifi Design’s chic design language defined by brass accents, a warm palette and rich textures. Select spaces, including the Cue Room, a lavish game space anchored by a custom billiards table and banquette seating, and the Rose Lounge, a speakeasy-inspired brass bar, feature dark wood paneling that creates a stylish yet seductive ambiance.
Grand Lounge at The St. Regis Residences, Boston
Situated in the heart of Boston’s Seaport District, The St. Regis Residences, Boston, is a new luxury condominium on the last remaining residential waterfront development site on the Boston Harbor. Offering a five-star lifestyle, the building offers residences access to 12,000 square feet of amenities – the largest collection of amenities per square foot per resident of any condominium in Boston. Overlooking the Boston Harbor, the elegant wood paneled Grand Lounge is an ideal place to sip on a craft cocktail at the bar, enjoy a ballgame on the big screen, or even practice golf swing with the sports simulator.