17 Aug A look inside Jillian’s Victorian Home Featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer
Down2earth interior design’s fabulous decorating consultant, Jillian has some exciting news: Her family’s beautifully restored home was featured on August 13, 2019 by the Philadelphia Inquirer. Jillian talks to writer Terri Akman about what drew her to the 125 year old home she has since lovingly restored. Here’s a snippet of the article:
The charming wraparound porch first attracted Jillian and Darren Moskovitz to their 1894 Victorian home in 2010. Discovering that the builder’s rehab was only about 80% complete sealed the deal: “We saw it as an opportunity to make it our own,” Jillian recalled.“
Community is really what we found once we moved here,” she said. In decorating, the couple worked hard to blend their contemporary style with a nod to the home’s Victorian past. Continue to the full article at the inquirer.com >
Jillian goes on to share how she repurposed family heirlooms around the home. And wow, she does have the knack for repurposing, a key down2earth interior design principle! Remember when she talked to us about how to reuse vintage finds? You can read that blog post for more, click here.
For the full Inquirer article (we’re sharing only a small portion of it), visit the Philadelphia Inquirer (click here to read more). Jillian has also blogged about the process of renovating an old home. To see her post about her journey of making her lovely house her family’s home, click here to read more.
Our recent interior design project spotlight showcases more peek-a-boo features that make her home truly unique and utterly inspiring (like a laundry chute and a hidden door). Click here for that fun blog post. We hope you enjoyed this inside look at Jillian and her family’s home. We are lucky to have this talented interior decorating consultant as a part of the down2earth interior design team!