Design Tips

Mary Fisher has found a method to deftly blend art and activism.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Mary Fisher: Artist and Activist

She’s a shade under 5 feet tall, but Mary Fisher is a titan when standing up to injustice and intolerance.

Gloster outdoor furniture available at Henredon Interior Design Showroom, Suite 122

Monday, May 2, 2016

Outdoor Living

Creating a relaxing outdoor space has come a long way from propping up a couple of Adirondack chairs on the porch or stringing up a line of Chinese lanterns over the deck. These days, outdoor spaces are much more sophisticated and rival many indoor rooms in comfort and livability.

In the living room, Serba restored moldings and made changes to windows that echo the rest of the home.

Thursday, April 14, 2016

A Tudor Transformed

So often, shelter magazines print glossy feature stories that describe the many changes made to a space that took it from so-so to spectacular, but we’re left to imagine what the space looked like before the work began.

Designer Toby Sneider transformed a client’s little-used full bath into a vibrant powder room.

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Why Hire a Designer?

Some people shrug off the need for an interior designer by reasoning, “Why should I hire someone when I already know what I like?”

Gossamer curtains, pale colors and greenery whisper “spring.” Clarke + Clarke Natura Sheers, Duralee

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Refresh & Rejuvenate for Spring

Seasons change outside, so there’s no reason that interiors can’t also change with the season – and it doesn’t require a major style overhaul or big expense. Like wardrobes, our décor can go into winter storage and brought out again when the weather turns cool.

Start with a concept and stick to it.

Thursday, March 3, 2016

A Casual Conversation

Designer Jennifer Taylor’s vision when creating this unique space was one of a relaxed nature, using only materials of a casual tone.