Most of us if not all, thought of what our dream house would look like. A home where you have your favorite space where you feel safe, warm, and free. A home where you live in harmony with your family or the people you are with having the best spot of their own that they can’t wait to go home rest and recharge as much as you do. But what if you can’t have your dream house yet? Is it still possible to have a joy-filled home?
To give us tips and wonderful insights, please join us today as our guest, Joanne Riley, ASID Designer, shares her expertise in making your house a joy-filled home and how things around your house affect your mood and emotions.
Joanne Riley, ASID has been the Senior Designer and Owner of The Interior Edge for the past seventeen years. This multi-talented interior design firm has expertise in custom residential and specialty commercial design from conception to completion with offices in Hartford, Manhattan and the Berkshires. Ms. Riley’s work is distinguished by an innate ability to understand, respect and embrace her clients’ needs, values and dreams. Ms. Riley listens carefully and intuitively to each client and employs state of the art visualization tools to arrive at designs which are stunning in their creativity, superior in their functionality and as unique as each individual and organization with whom she works with. Ms. Riley’s work has been published in numerous publications in the United States and internationally such as Better Homes and Gardens Quarterly International, the Chinese publication Colorfulness, and her own home was featured in New England Home Magazine, to name just a few and will be featured this summer in New York Spaces. Ms. Riley has also been approached by HGTV in regards to her own home being featured on their program, “Small Spaces, Big Style.” Ms. Riley also held the honor of being the first designer to be featured on the cover of American Society of Interior Designer’s magazine, Icon, the group of which she is a professional member.
All of the products offered are designed to help you feel uplifted and to remind the people in your life how you’d like to be treated, to remind them to be uplifters.