Visting the Museum of Fine Arts – Boston

Nick Warren on April 27, 2012

If you are looking for new decorating ideas for your Boston luxury condo, consider visiting the local sites for inspiration. One of the most inspiration places in Boston is the Museum of Fine Arts on Copley Square. Even before visitors enter the expansive development, the Sturgis and Brigham design delights visitors with its stately form. Multiple entrances make it convenient for guest to enter nearer their exhibits of interest.

Since the new Art of the Americas wing opened in November 2010, visitors have been able to view many larger exhibits that have been unavailable to the public for decades. Some of the artwork showcased in the new expansion highlights Japanese artwork circa early 1900’s and a variety of ancient American Indian and Colonial American Indian pieces used for function and beauty.

One of the benefits of living in luxurious Back Bay condos is the close proximity to the FMA and the plethora of fine dining options available within walking distance. A new development adjacent to Copley Square provides a comfortable, spacious home that can double as a luxury Boston rentals income property until your move is final. If you cannot find the perfect piece at the FMA to purchase for your home, take your Boston realtor and your decorator along and point out the styles and tone you want to meld into your new home décor.

Boston is a city that mixes the old with the new easily and in great style. Exploring new Boston condominiums around the Museum of Fine Arts district is a fabulous place to start your search.