Tags: New England interior designer

Designer Secrets: Decorating with Greenery

It’s no secret that I love gardens and greenery. I’ve posted before about some of my favorite garden inspirations and ideas. As a result, my interiors are never without a touch of green. Throughout my years of designing, I have developed some tricks for making the most impact with live...

Behind the Design: Family Room

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I was talking with a friend recently about our favorite design blogs.  After pointing out that great blogs pull back the curtain on the creative process, she gently suggested that I do more of this, to give readers a peek into my work, from concept to finished interior.  Well, ask...

The Grass is Greener

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I spent a glorious two weeks on Nantucket for our annual family getaway.  ACK (the airport call letters and nickname the locals call it) is one of my favorite places and its visual icons are unmistakable: the weathered gray cottages, brilliant climbing roses and crisp, nautical palette.  On this trip, I...

Designer Secrets: Decorating with Books

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With a little design savvy, great reads can double as polished decor, adding depth and character to any space.   I routinely use books to create a polished, finished look in my interiors and in my own home.  For those coveting this look, I've outlined some of my favorite techniques for...

Sue’s Top Shops: Baltimore’s Hampden Village

I visited Baltimore over Thanksgiving weekend, enjoying the warmth of family and the charming shops in the city’s Hampden Village. Although it began as a modest mill town, Hampden is now one of Baltimore's destination neighborhoods and home to over 60 independent shops and antique galleries along its famed Avenue....