PHILADELPHIA MAGAZINE, 2018

Habitat: A New Approach on the Main Line

by Taylor Carson

A traditional Bryn Mawr colonial gets a pared-down glam redesign.

Barette Widell and Christina Boschetti had garnered some attention for a few small-scale projects each did on her own, so when they paired up in 2016 to create their own firm, North Philadelphia-based Widell + Boschetti, the duo was ready to tackle something major...

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TILE BAR, 2018

Design Feature Winner

Our client loves the aesthetic of the Kardashians homes (hence Dash); bold, sophisticated and cutting edge. Once we saw the Gatsby Gold Nero & Thassos With Brass Marble Tile we knew right then and there it was a match made in glam heaven! We incorporated plumbing that was designed by a jewelry designer and touches of brass throughout. The bathroom was not complete without a framed Gucci scarf, of course.

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LAUREN WILLIAMS ART + HOME, 2018

Designer Spotlight: Widell+Boschetti

Based out of Philadelphia, Barette Widell & Christina Boschetti are the duo design team of Widell + Boschetti, a boutique interior design firm that symbolizes how important a blend of disciplines can be to a successful project. After working with the firm to create a custom piece for one of their projects, I knew I wanted to feature them in our Designer Spotlight series.

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WAYFAIR IDEAS & ADVICE, 2018

Professional advice with Widell + Boschetti

The Widell + Boschetti team share their Wayfair Professional experience!

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RUE DAILY, 2017

Design duo Widell + Boschetti blends old with new in Philadelphia’s Main Line

For Barette Widell and Christina Boschetti, founders of Philadelphia interior design firm Widell + Boschetti, design is all about respecting the old while welcoming the new. Such is the case with one of their recent projects, located in one of Philadelphia’s historic suburbs, the Main Line. “Most of these homes are meticulously maintained on the outside, but have had their interiors transformed to some post-modernish sort of mish mosh,” the designers explain. “There is a huge veritable epidemic among these large homes of the traditional old money bastion- think grand old world made new.”

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