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Get lost within #TDF's ever-growing feed of stunning interiors! Heck, make us a staple in your morning internet perusing routine! From unbelievable before-and-after transformations, to lending a decorative hand to notable interiors, we've got it all and are excited to share it with you, our devoted followers, clients and friends!  Live stylish!

Happy Holidays

By Madeline Heiser December 13th, 2017


The holidays are here and we couldn't be happier. Our firm is full of holiday cheer and we want to share it with you! We asked all of our staff the question: "What do the holidays mean to you?" and this is what they had to say.

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Introducing The New and Improved Design Firm

By Madeline Heiser November 15th, 2017


Here at The Design Firm, we transform spaces all the time. From living rooms to bathrooms, we do it all. You could say we are in the business of transformations and as much as we love transforming other people's spaces, it was time we looked inward. Style changes constantly, so even though we launched our website and logo 5 years ago, so much has changed, and we needed to get with it. So for the past few months we've devoted a lot of our time and effort to launching our new and improved website and logo. We are proud to finally present it to you. The before and afters are pretty drastic, but we are okay with that because, well...we like drama (the kind you get from a stunning entry, not what Martha did last summer). So without further ado, here it is, our new website.

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Finding Your Signature Style

By Madeline Heiser November 15th, 2017


The Design Firm has been creating beautiful custom atmospheres to reflect our client’s “signature style” since its inception in 1979. We understand that a home is the ultimate expression of your silent brand and by seeking in terms of light, color, shape and texture, we seek to capture the essence of our clients by setting the stage for their life to seamlessly unfold.

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How to Style a Bookshelf

By Madeline Heiser November 1st, 2017


Make sure when looking at each shelf that the items displayed don't have huge differences in size. You don't want a tiny statue right in between two large vases because it will look awkward. Instead layer that tiny statue in front of or on top of one of your other items.

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