Vision boards are useful tools when brainstorming a project. By assembling fabrics, paint chips and other items, you can see whether certain combinations work before execution. Marvin at 7 Tide asked three Boston designers to curate boards for rooms they dream about creating for New England Living magazine. Interior designer Kristen Rivoli created a colorful kitchen with the finest materials.
SCHUMACHER // Shanghai Peacock in Cerise
SCHUMACHER // Imperial Trellis Stripe Velvet in Chartreuse, Antique Strie Velvet in Peacock, Montego Fringe in Snow
ROMO BLACK EDITION Seralio in Cayenne
ROMO KIRKBY // Cloud in Amethyst
ROMO ZINC // Blue Fox
BRENTANO // Dancehall in Samba, Marimba in Keion
CARNEGIE // Theory
WATERWORKS // Rolling pin, dishes and bowls
OCHRE // Bespoke lights “seed cloud”
Interior Finish and Wood // Espresso on Cherry
Hardware Finish // Oil Rubbed Bronze
Window Shade Color // Cinnamon
Exterior Aluminum // Clad Ebony
From a very young age, Kristen Rivoli has had a passion for design. Her ability to creatively use color palettes, both bold and quiet, with patterns and textures has helped her win many awards and accolades in the design community. Her expertise blends traditional pieces with mid-century designs or European antiques with Moroccan accents to create one-of-a-kind, livable projects. Her discerning eye brings together striking, modern refinement and enduring traditional details to showcase each space in a way that reflects not just her style sense but also the client’s vision. Rivoli, a graduate of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, currently resides outside of Boston with her family.