We are one of the sponsors for the Symposium/Soiree on April 4th, titled: The Timeless Style & Enduring Chic of Historic Panoramic Wallcoverings. The French Consul General will open the soiree and a curator from France will comment upon Zuber et Cie’s famous “View of North America.” Held at the Salem Maritime National Historic Site. Call for details.
WKD has a feature story in the March issue of KITCHEN TRENDS MAGAZINE. Volume 29 No 3. Titled: History Lesson, see us on page 70.
John and Sally were interviewed by TRENDS Magazine for three upcoming stories. Two of their projects will be featured in KITCHEN TRENDS, and two projects will be featured in a story in BATH TRENDS. Stay tuned for dates of publication.
A WKD project was featured in North Shore Magazine’s January-February 2013 issue. See “Growing Home” on page 148.
“Find Your Style”, a Boston Globe Magazine article on December 2nd featured a WKD project, see us on page 22.
Sally Wilson, ASID, will be a panelist for Designer Bath’s “Passport to Design Seminar Series”, with the topic being, “From Studs to Stunning – Design Tips from the Pros”. Date: November 7th, 2012, Place: Designer Bath, 97 River Street, Beverly, Ma, Time: 6:00 – 8:00 P.M. Sally will explore the concept of total transformation, showing intriguing before, during and after photos of projects which offer inspiration and guidance.
Sally Wilson, ASID, will be a panelist at the Ellis Boston Antique Show, on October 19th. She will explore the topic of “Designing with Antiques”, especially following from selection to deployment, showing her finds of antiques and then the rooms that provided homes for them. She will appear alongside fellow designers, Charles Spada and Phillip Jude Miller of Boston.
Wilson Kelsey Design is pleased to be a sponsor and participant in The 5th Annual Heart of the Home Kitchen Tour to Benefit the Wenham Museum, Saturday, October 13, 11 AM – 5 PM. Tour extraordinary kitchens in distinctive historic and contemporary homes that highlight interior design in the room that is the heart of every home – the kitchen. View our Tour kitchen here.
One of Sally’s jewel-like powder rooms was the feature in a recent Boston Globe Magazine article, “Powder Rooms Go Dramatic.’ See the article here.
John and Sally are featured guest bloggers on New England Home magazine’s blog. See John’s post here. See Sally’s post here. We have updated our website’s Portfolio page, adding Work in Progress, Kitchen and Bath Sections. Additional photographs will be added over the next several weeks. We are busy working on interiors projects in Boston’s Back Bay (a glorious brownstone), an apartment in the Ritz and a beautiful new home in the Western suburbs.
May’s highlight was the Wenham Museum’s North Shore Design Show. During the Show, we presented a Home Styling seminar in which we completely restyled our Belgian Style sitting room in front of a live audience.
John is now a Certified Aging in Place Specialist, having passed the exam following an intensive three day course offered by the National Association of Home Builders and the Builders Association of Greater Boston.
Sally and John were busy designing a Belgian Style sitting room for this year’s Wenham Museum’s North Shore Design Show. See their concept sketches here. See their proposal to the Museum here.
We’ve been published in North Shore magazine. NS Magazine’s 2012 March/April Home issue features our award winning Prides Crossing, Beverly project. Built in 1907 as a carriage house for the historic Ayer estate in Prides Crossing and later converted into a featureless condominium in the mid 1980′s, the article tells the story of how Wilson Kelsey Design created an authentically styled French villa interior.
Sally just came back from appearing alongside HGTV star, Mark Brunetz, on a panel discussion at the International Design Guild’s Annual Summit, held this year in Las Vegas. See our Blog for more stories.
Two Blog Awards Received: John and Sally continue to write engaging stories on their blog, which has now garnered them two awards within one month. The Blog on Fire Award, and the Liebster Blog Award. Click on our blog button to read more.
Published in Boston Globe Magazine: See one of our projects in the Sunday Globe Magazine December 11, 2011. Stylewatch. A Boston Condo redo.
Christmas in Salem Annual Tour of Homes will have one of the homes we have worked on over the years on tour. Tour will be held the weekend of December 2-4, 2011. See Christmas in Salem for ticket information. The home we helped with dates from the early 1800′s. We helped the owners renovate an attic into a wonderful family room and children’s bedrooms.
Sally Wilson, ASID, is a Featured Speaker at the 35th Boston International Antiquarian Book Fair, which will be held at the Hynes Convention Center from November 11-13, 2011. Her Topic is “Decorating with Books and Prints – Using Antique Books and Works on Paper in your Interior Design Scheme.”
Her talk will commence at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, November 12. For information about the Book Fair click Here.
The 4th Annual Kitchen Tour that benefits the Wenham Museum will feature one of our projects. We designed a new kitchen for an 1804 Federal period home in Manchester. Tour date is Saturday, October 15th from 11:00 to 4:00. Tickets can be purchased online here.
One of our current projects, an 1804 Federal period home in Manchester is about two months from completion. Read progress reports on our blog here. Meanwhile, work continues on a condo in Boston’s back Bay and an ocean front home overlooking Marblehead Harbor.
We wrapped up a successful Wenham Museum Design Show in late May. “Ultra Chic, best in show, Hollywood retro space” is how one attendee at the Gala party described our vignette. The Bauman mobile, Virginia punch bowl with Nemo swimming about, and the checkered paneling were real show stoppers! Read more here.
John and Sally are getting ready for the May opening of the North Shore Design Show, opening at the Wenham Museum with a Gala Party May 13th. The show features specially designed vignettes by Boston area designers and is always a treat. Show dates are May 14-22, 2011. See the Wenham Museum site for more information.
Sally has made “The List” in Boston Common Magazine’s Spring 2011 issue! She is proud to be mentioned alongside the likes of Meryl Streep, Queen Latifah and Michael Bloomberg. What next? See page 58 of the magazine for the complete “List”.
Sally was the guest columnist for the March 1st New England Home Blog, in an article about color, delivered in Sally’s inimitable way. Entitled “Live a Colorful Life!” click here to read the post.
John was a panelist for the IFDA meeting of Feb. 28th, with moderator, Bruce Irving, the former producer for This Old House. The Topic: “TeamWork: Architects, Builders and Designers: the power of a winning design team.”
Sally and John have been asked to be guest “columnists” for the New England Home magazine’s Blog. Johnwill do the first article on February 15th about lighting, and Sally will follow with a column on March 1st, topic held in secret until unveiling. See the recent post at http://blog.nehomemag.com/. The title is “Confessions of a Lighting Junkie”.
Sally Wilson, ASID will be a featured panelist for the January meeting of the Boston Luxury Marketing Council. Panel topic will address how the luxury market in New England is changing and developing. Meeting will be on January 26, 2011, by invitation.
The Winter edition of TRENDS magazine features a Wilson Kelsey designed award winning kitchen remodel.
The Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America has awarded Wilson Kelsey Design one of the first annual Bullfinch Awards at a recent State House ceremony. They received their award for Best Interior Design for an interior renovation project.
October 7, 2010
SALLY WILSON, ASID AND JOHN KELSEY GIVE SEMINARon “The Cutting Edge: The Best New Materials + Products” sponsored by Design New England Magazine, held at Stone Technologies, Woburn, MA
October 1, 2010
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, online edition: John Kelsey extensively interviewed and quoted regarding his observations and designs for “kitchen lounges”. Read more