10 May Curbed Philly and HGTV Interior Design Publication Highlights
Down2earth interior design has been honored with two amazing features in the past week. First, Curbed Philly featured a tour of Heidi and Frank’s Fairmont rowhome in their House Call section.
We were thrilled to see how great their home is looking four years after Amy completed this project. Seven family members calling this spot home. It is truly gratifying to hear that the homeowners are still satisfied and still feel that the design has held up to their standards of beauty and functionality. Creating functional design that endures is what down2earth interior design is all about. See for yourself…
Here is an excerpt of the House Call article:
And so began months of renovations and restorations, with the help of local interior designer Amy Cuker of down2earth design and general contractor Alan Henderson. “Design is not my forte,” says Heidi, so she asked Cuker to give her four options to choose from for every renovation decision. “I just had no idea what I was doing,” says Heidi, “so this process really worked out well for us.”
Read the full article and view the full gallery now at CurbedPhilly.com
In the same week, HGTV goes “crushing” on crimson and features Heidi and Frank’s fabulous dining room, including their gorgeous crimson red dining chairs. See the full HGTV gallery, Color Crush: 14 Reasons Crimson Is Our New Favorite Shade of Red
We are so thankful with so many getting to see an inside peek of our work in such fantastic publications. Thank you Curbed and HGTV!
Curbed Philadelphia story written by Melissa Romero
Photos by: Chloe Berk/ Curbed