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sneak peek: jeremy mcelwain

by Grace Bonney

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last week we got a peek into the beautiful boston home of brad dufton of colortheory. today we’re getting a peek into his business partner, jeremy mcelwain‘s lovely home. originally from massachusett’s north shore, jeremy came into the design world at age 13 via carpentry with his father. now he runs colortheory with brad, specializing in home renovation and interior painting. in addition to his design work with colortheory, jeremy has been a realtor with keller williams for the past 10 years in boston. when he’s not working in home design, jeremy spends his time with his wife mary and their two children, lol and lucca- and they’re pup ketel. today they’re sharing their home with us and i hope you’ll enjoy it as much as i did! click here for more information on brad’s work with colortheory.

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CLICK HERE for the rest of Jeremy’s sneak peek (along with additional, full-sized images) after the jump!

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