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Benjamin Moore Color of the Year 2021

April, 23 2021

Aegean Teal 2136-40

Take a moment to reflect and reset. Intriguing, balanced, and deeply soothing, the Benjamin Moore Color of the Year 2021, Aegean Teal 2136-40, creates natural harmony. Celebrate the simple pleasures—think the faded rumple of linen sheets in the morning and perfectly ripened fruits on the windowsill. The twelve hues in the palette radiate warmth and wellbeing. These are colors that make your home feel even more like home. 

Here are some of the other colors in the collection:

Master Bathroom Renovation

October, 11 2018

We were brought into this project after our client hired a wonderful local cabinet designer to enlarge, layout, and design the cabinetry.  We helped our client chose everything else for this fabulous large master bathroom.  As you can see, everything our client needs is in this wonderful bathroom.

Photo credits to Annette Tecce Photography

Small Beach House Renovation

October, 3 2018


We enjoyed gutting and re-designing this small home.  Our clients are in the catering business and needed a lot more cooking and eating space than the original vacation home. space.  Getting rid of walls allowed for more much prep space.

The banquet in the eating area saved space so that we could fit a sofa in the living area.

In addition, the wall mounted television made of really good quality materials that can be viewed from the banquet.  We added a full bathroom for the master bedroom and modified the hall bathroom which doubles as a powder room While designing the interior we took the exterior into consideration by making the front symmetrical.

Before they carry out any work, interior designers meet clients to discuss their requirements. They look at the existing space, take measurements and discuss clients’ views on the look, feel and function of the area, you can see it in many buildings.. Designers provide clients with a statement summarizing their requirements and then prepare and submit initial recommendations in the form of sketches or written proposals. When clients have approved their proposals, designers can move to the detailed design stage.

Kitchen Addition & Interior Design in Main Line Colonial

December, 7 2017

We enjoyed renovating and designing the interiors of this main line colonial.  There are many advantages to undertaking this prior to moving.  The first is not living with the mess of construction and the second is the continuity of design throughout the home. Professional help isn’t required in order to achieve harmony in your home. Interior design can work for your home in hundreds of ways, you just have to be willing to learn how. The article below focuses on some of the great ways that you can approach interior design and have it work in the hands of a novice! But it is recommended to hire an interior design professional if you have no idea what you are planning to do.  Notice the consistent color palette and design elements in this updated colonial.  We love transitional design and believe it lasts through trends.

Main Line Today Magazine Featured Our Work

November, 2 2016

We are so happy to report that our clients’ condo was chosen by Main Line Today Magazine to be featured in the November 2016 issue.   Our clients brought us into this project at the very beginning so we were able to work alongside of Pohlig, the developer of Athertyn at the Haverford Reserve in Haverford, Pennsylvania.  Our clients have an extensive vintage poster collection which became the focal point of the interior design.  Here is a link to the Main Line Today article  Photography by Tessa Marie Images