We are excited to share that Fiori Interior Design’s recent award winning design has made the COVER of Morris Essex Health & Life magazine! 

Woo Hoo!  Read the article here: https://issuu.com/wainscotmedia/docs/msx_octnov22_issuu

Thank you so much to this amazing client for allowing us to share this project and placing their trust in us for over the past ten years!

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 hand-painted and silk embroidered panels created a one-of-a-kind backdrop to this space. Read more about it here. (Shout out to our amazing clients who put their trust in us and allowed us to do our best work!)

(Photo credit: Mike Van Tassell Photography)

Our second award-winning project was this bathroom remodel that incorporated Universal Design principles. Amongst other things, we specified items like non-slip floors and a zero-entry shower.

Read more about it here.

(Photo credit: Mike Van Tassell Photography)

If you’re thinking about a interior design project for your own home, book a discovery call here! We’d love to learn more about your project.

For the second year running, we are proud to announce that Fiori Interior Design has been awarded the Design Excellence Award by the New Jersey Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) for two of our projects.  

The first, which I will discuss briefly, fell under the category of “Specialty and Unique Spaces”.  

Our challenge for this Essex County, NJ project was what to do with that one last lonely bedroom now that the kids had all left the nest.  Actually not so much of a challenge as this client knew exactly what she wanted for her growing collection of new and vintage handbags and shoes!  

Details in this space included adding UV film to the windows to protect this client’s growing collection.  An Hermes window treatment hints of the treasures in this room.  
We chose to repeat the navy blue hue on the ceiling, aka the sixth wall. This richly dramatic contrasting hue completed the space and gave the room a feeling of intimacy and warmth.  
An upholstered faux cheetah bench subtly repeats the animal pattern in the roman shades while custom artwork recalls this client’s favorite pieces.

For more photos from this project (and others!) please visit our new website.   It perfectly captures the way I feel about design and the way my team and I approach our projects: with thoughtfulness and authenticity. And, as always, if my design work can be of service, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.