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A Key to Success

As designers, we are visually obsessed with every element of a space… even the key!  When designing  it is essential that we take in every single detail of the room …

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A Tribute to Inspiration

When starting a new venture in life, you can find inspiration in those closest to you.  Today’s post will be of a personal nature, where we can pay tribute to …

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Don’t Forget the Mantel!

BEFORE Copyright Hartley and Hill Design, LLC  AFTER Our clients asked for our expertise in how to update their existing mantel without changing the overall materials of the fireplace.  As …

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Picture “Time”

    Copyright Hartley and Hill Design, LLC Think outside of the box! Most people would see the clock, we saw the frame! This frame helped us capture beautiful family …

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Mirror Mirror

  Copyright Hartley and Hill Design,LLC  Not sure what to do with that old mirror?? We used it as a foundation to display some items on our client’s coffee table. …

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Minor Changes, Major Result

BEFORE Copyright Hartley and Hill Design, LLC  AFTER Everyone has a budget.  Here is a casual dining room that we designed that proves how a little can go a long …

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Major Artist!

Artist Megan Garrity One of the many things that we appreciate as designers, is the talent of a young artist.  We were fortunate enough to have art major Meghan Garrity …

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Boutique Inspired

Red Door Boutique,  East Hampton, CT Resources-  Naples ChandelierChandelier: Aidan Gray, French Antique Fireplace Surround: www.chicagofireplace.com, Tufted Priscilla Settee: www.anthropologie.com, Rug: Faya Sapphire Collection, Marais Mirror: Currey and Company, Boxwood …

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New Year, New Venture!

Hartley and Hill Design, LLC Copyright 2012 Hartley and Hill Design would like to announce our exciting new venture for the new year!  After a labor of love, our long …

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Total Inspiration!

  Every time we go to the Boston Design Center we find the most innovative ideas. This piece below, Charles Spada’s Venice Commode, is total inspiration. It is covered with …

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