We make the whole process of interior design easy and fun for our clients. We have thousands of samples of top quality home furnishings products from drapery, blinds, shades, furniture, bedding, lighting, accessories, artwork, floor covering and wall coverings from which to choose. Best of all, there is no more running around as we come to you!

Our initial complimentary appointment will last roughly an hour.  It gives you a chance to get to know me and for me to have a chance to get to know you.

What happens on that appointment?

  • We take a house tour which allows us to see where your design style was, where it is now and where you want to go with it.
  • We discuss your budget
  • We will chat about what you want to achieve with this project

We do these steps in your home so we can select the color and textures with your lighting, space and lifestyle right there to guide our ultimate design and help make your decisions a little easier.

We work with all styles whether traditional, transitional, rustic or contemporary and on all size projects. Whether your project involves a living room, family room, dining room, bedroom or office we have the products and ideas to suit your every need. We are able to provide our interior decorating services for your entire home, one room or just one aspect.


Contact us at 215 412-9942 OR to schedule your free consultation today!

From there we will return to our studio to begin the design process and we then return to your  home in Skippack.

  • We will show you beautiful top quality furnishings, fabrics, suggestions for window treatments. Whether you are looking for drapery, blinds, shades, area rugs, lighting, accessories, wall covering, custom bedding and more we have almost limitless connections to bring you the furnishings you’ll love to life in your home.
  • If we are doing a full room, we will have a furniture layout so you envision the new space.

Skippack is located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania with a population of 3,758. In 1683, German farmers in the Electorate of the Palatinate began to immigrate to Philadelphia in such numbers that Benjamin Franklin wrote an editorial fearing that Philadelphia would become a German-speaking city. The city fathers told the newly arrived German immigrates that they would have to settle 7 miles up the Schuylkill River in the area that is now known as Germantown.

Skippack Resources:

Skippack Historical Soceity – The Skippack Historical Society researches and documents the many historical sites and rich history of the Skippack Valley, the site of the second inland settlement of the Pennsylvania German people.

Winetober Fest – The Winetober Fest features wine from local Pennsylvania growers and distillaries, excellent food and live entertainment. Guests are encouraged to bring their dogs to the event as long as they play well with other dogs and other guests.

Skippack Lions Club – The Skippack Lions Club is comprised of members who give something back to the community, who are dedicated to finding people in need, and who meet those needs in an efficient but caring way.