Tanya Capaldo DesignsTransitional Entry, Boston
Andy Warhol's "Annie Oakley" from his Cowboys and Indians series.
Photography by Eric Roth
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Photos by Eric RothHouzz at a GlanceWho lives here: Interior designer Tanya Capaldo and her partner, Tom CaraccioloLocation: On the border between Back Bay and the South End in BostonSize: 2,000 square feet (186 square meters); 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms “My aesthetic has always been eclectic. I like clean lines, I like to install character and humor, and I love midcentury modern pieces and modern art,” Capaldo says. The foyer embodies all of this; Andy Warhol’s “Annie Oakley,” a faceted vase and a midcentury modern Brazilian rosewood credenza by Kofod Larsen welcome visitors. The painstakingly installed and stained white oak floor’s herringbone pattern lets you know that this is an elegant place that honors its historic vintage.