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Top Trends for Kitchens in 2022: Part Two

Today’s blog posts expands on what the interior design industry has noted as what is “trending” in kitchens this past year. As I mentioned in Part One, I am happy to report that many of these “trends” can be found on many of our projects from several years back! Please note that all photos that […]

Top Kitchen Trends for 2022: Part One

The kitchen has always been the heart of the home, so it should come as no surprise that, according to the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), 20 – 40% of renovated kitchens are increasing in size. As a longstanding member of the NKBA, to maintain my certification, I am required to take twenty hours […]

Award Winning Designs

I’m thrilled to share that this past June Fiori Interior Design won two awards from New Jersey Chapter of The American Society of Interior Designers! Our first award was in the category of Single Spaces for our Primary Bedroom project. Our clients requested a calming retreat and we feel that we accomplished this task! Incorporating […]

The latest on interior design

Just when we thought the design world would calm down after 2021, it turns out that 2022 is busier than ever! Because of this, my #1 advice to anyone looking to start a project this year – or next: plan, plan and plan ahead!  I know, I know, planning ahead may not be the most […]

​​3 Ways We Begin Our Projects

At Fiori Interior Design, we pride ourselves on designing homes that speak to the heart of every client. When we begin any new design, we ask our clients to show us objects that are meaningful to them. Oftentimes, these objects become our springboard into inspiring design. Here are three unique ways we have begun a […]

Before and After

Looking back at these “before” photos reminded us that the most important part of a design is not always the furnishings and objects that we bring to a project. Some of our most successful projects are ones that start with our client’s collections. For this Bergen County project, our clients wanted to keep their sentimental […]

Create a Unique V.I.B.E.™

Four Ways to Create a V.I.B.E.™ in Your Home We believe that every home should speak to our hearts — this means including those familial touches, heirloom pieces and hues that make you happy – objects that are meaningful to you and your family. Simply put, your home’s interior design should capture a V.I.B.E.™ (Vibrant, […]

Before and After

The project below is one that we completed last year. Once again, looking at “before” photos reminds us of the transformation that is possible! Enjoy! Ta da!

Plan Now, Enjoy Later!

3 Top Reasons Why We Need (now more than ever) to Plan Ahead! And just like that January 2022 is behind us.  Although the future looks different for everyone, it’s been repeatedly proven that planning can help us cope with unforeseeable hardships in a healthy and stress-free way. Whether you’re planning to become an empty nester […]

Bergen Magazine Feature!

We are excited to share with you our most recent feature in Bergen Magazine! Click on the link below to read the article! Bergen Magazine Homepage Feature

Counting down to the New Year!

Welcome to Fiori Interior Design’s Countdown to the New Year! We are excited for the holiday season and look forward to spreading joy and cheer with those around us. Because who can’t use a little of that? For those last minute shoppers (ahem, like us) we wanted to share a few local shops, artisans, and […]

Before and After

As was the case with several of our projects in 2020, this particular project began just prior to Covid, then picked back up again after a six month hiatus. We needed to take the steps that would ensure that our client – as well as our trades – were kept safe during this redesign. Protocols […]

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5 Tips For Designing The Perfect Butler’s Pantry

A butler’s pantry refers to the space between a kitchen and dining room. Back in the 18th century, these were common in traditional, palatial households as they served multiple purposes, such as storing valuable heirlooms like silverware and china.  Over the years, this space has evolved due to architectural trends such as the open floor […]