Boston Interior Designers: Top TenInterior Design Guide
As an interior design company with offices in Boston, we’re constantly looking to this city for inspiration. And it’s no secret that this city is full of interior designers. Here are the top 10 interior designers currently working in Boston.
From New England Colonial Homes to chic downtown apartments, Evolve Residential is one of the city’s most reputable interior design firms. Although it began exclusively as an interior design firm, the partners at Evolve decided to expand into a physical retail presence in 2013. The store is inspired by boutiques on Paris’ Left Bank, and is bringing a bit of Parisian charm to the city’s South End. Evolve residential has been featured in a variety of publications, including Architectural Digest, Boston Common, and New England Homes.
Founded by principal designer Stephanie Rossi in 2005, Spazio Rosso is a full-service interior design firm that caters to the city’s colorful side. With a reputation for bold, vivid, and dynamic interiors, the firm’s designs have a firm command of traditional New Engalng style, without adhering to any rules regarding color choice. Spazio Rosso’s designs have been featured in a variety of print publications, including Boston Home, Boston Magazine, Boston Common, Design New England, Globe Magazine, and Art Business.
Theodore & Company
With its historic homes and architecture, this city is known for it’s classic designs. And the interior design firm Theodore & Company wholly embodies this timeless and traditional design style. With colorful takes on colonial themes, Theodore & Company is one of the city’s top interior design firms. Theodore & Company’s designs have appeared in a wide variety of publications, including New England Home, Boston Home, Design New England, Globe Magazine, Boston Design, Boston Common, Coup Boston, Blue & White Rooms, and New Hampshire Home.
With a colorful and eclectic New England design sensibility, Annsley Interiors has become one of the city’s go-to interior design firms for youthful interpretations of traditional designs. Annsley Interior’s is led by Annsley McAller, the firm’s principal, who was included in Domino Magazine’s “Domino 10: Decorators on the Verge” and Traditional Home Magazine’s, “20 Young Designers We’ve Got Our Eye On.” Annsley Interiors’ designs have been featured in a variety of publications, including HGTV, ID Boston, Cybele, Boston Home, Traditional Home, Stuff Magazine, Improper Boston, Boston Common, and Globe Magazine..
With an approachable, yet sophisticated interior design sensibility, Katie Rosenfeld is known for creating family-friendly home designs in the greater New England area. From Cape Cod vacation homes to downtown apartments, Rosenfeld’s lighthearted and colorful designs are renown in the city’s interior design world. Katie Rosenfeld’s designs have been featured in a variety of publications, including HGTV Magazine, Traditional Home, Costal Living, New England Home, and The Boston Globe.
For clients who want every aspect of their home to be custom-fabricated, they go to Frank Roop. Since 1998, Roop has provided the city’s most discerning clients with bespoke furnishings and highly personalized design schemes. Room has awarded a number of accolades, most notably being listed as one of the 80 best interior designers by Architectural Digest France. In 2011, Roop published his first book, “The New Bespoke.” Frank Roop’s designs have been featured in Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Elle Decor, Metropolitan Home, Veranda, Boston Home Magazine, Boston Globe, Design New England, House & Garden, and Belle Magazine.
With an eye for contemporary variations of stately New England design, Robin Gannon has developed a clientele that appreciates her colorful and original twists on traditional interior design. From colonial mansions to Marble Hill townhouses, Gannon is known for her highly individualized interior designs. Robin Gannon’s designs have been featured in a variety of publications, including Architectural Digest, Travel + Leisure, Bella Magazine, This Old House, Globe Magazine, and New England Home.
Gauthier & Stacy
Jim Gauthier and Susan Stacy, the husband and wife duo behind Gauthier-Stacy, are world-class veterans of the interior design industry. With an extensive portfolio of both residential and commercial properties, the two are undoubtable two of the city’s top interior designers. In 2007, both Susan and Jim were awarded the Presidential Citation from the American Society of Interior Designers, New England Chapter. Gauthier-Stacy’s have been featured in a variety of publications, including, New England Home, florida Architecture, Andrew Martin Interior Design Review, Lofts & Condos, Costal Living, Veranda, Design New England, House Beautiful, Traditional Home, and Better Homes & Gardens.
As an expert in family-forward interior design, Kelly Rogers provides full-service interior designs that balance the needs of the whole family. From traditional to transitional, Rogers’ designs bring s unique sense of color, and an appreciation for traditional New England design motifs. Kelly Rogers’ interior designs have been featured in a wide variety of online and print publications, including HGTV Magazine, The Boston Globe, House of Turquoise, Robert Allen, Three Magazine, The Thread, Oomph, Wayfair, Project Nursury, Metro Magazine, and Apartment Therapy.
Known for their ability to bring a refined and classic sensibility, Lewis Interiors has been providing interior design services for Boston’s most discerning clientele since 1997. Trained under the tutelage of famed Italian designer Renzo Mongiardino, Polly Lewis eventually branched out on her own, and formed Lewis Interiors. Lewis has made guest appearances on HGTV and been featured in House and Garden, Avenue, Real Simple, Boston Magazine and The Boston Globe.