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fit within the constraints of a budget that Goranson’s realtor found laughable. As luck would have it, Goranson, her boyfriend, and Ruby, their 13-year-old Pomeranian, happened upon the perfect apartment, on the Upper East Side within steps of Central Park. Fortunately, decorating her new space proved a simple task. “Because we’re renting, hen Jessika Goranson renovations were minor and made an unexpected cosmetic,” Goranson explains. move to New York City “For example, I wallpapered two last year, she’d just begun of the small hallways, which renovating her dream home in made those often ignored passConcord, Massachusetts. After through spaces feel like little years of living in the Boston rooms, and actually makes neighborhood of Beacon Hill— the entire apartment feel where she owns the bubbly bigger.” And the sitting room fashion boutique Holiday— houses a working fireplace Goranson and her boyfriend with a traditional mantel and chose to relocate when his career herringbone floors, making it called for a temporary, though the perfect spot for entertaining difficult, move to Manhattan. guests with ease. Once there, Goranson says her biggest challenge lay in finding Ultimately, for Goranson—who an apartment that would meet now splits time between Boston her “silly demands.” Her new and New York—it’s all about home had to be pet-friendly, mixing high and low pieces, have two bedrooms and a such as blending art from Paris fireplace, and be located in a with finds from Target, to create, prewar building with an elevator as she describes it, a “charming, and a doorman—and it had to if humble,” home. L 136 Lonny Lonny 137