November 3, 2010
We asked three New England designers to share their favorite things that shine: metallic mirrors, fabrics and tabletop accessories.
For Michael Barnum, every project is a new opportunity to create something that’s truly fresh and original. “We really listen to our clients, then we bring their unique sense of style to life,” he says. BARNUM + COMPANY, BOSTON, (617) 451-2125, WWW.BARNUMCO.COM
Her background in fashion design influences Bartley Johnstone’s interior design work. In both fashion and home decor, she says, “there should be a core of strong classic pieces to provide a foundation, and an abundance of incredibly wonderful accessories.” B. JOHNSTONE & CO., KENT, CONN., (860) 927-1272
Courtney Taylor adheres to a philosophy of timeless, sophisticated design that reflects each client’s point of view. “Our goal in every project,” she says, “is to achieve design that combines visual uniqueness with longevity.” TAYLOR INTERIOR DESIGN, PROVIDENCE, (401) 274-1232, WWW.TAYLORINTERIORDESIGN.COM