The Boston’s Back Bay Restoration Hardware Store is a magnificent neoclassical redbrick-and-brownstone building between Newbury and Boylston. The building has an interesting history which dates all the way back to 1857 when it became the second building erected in Back Bay area.
Than in 1863 the Architectural structure became the former Museum of Natural History.
This structure is enthralled with architect William Gibbons Preston’s graceful Corinthian pilasters, Romanesque arches.The New RH Flagship Store is a 40,000-square-foot RH Design Gallery filled with grace and Belgian flare.
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Photos by Adriana Sassoon
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