As we get ready to celebrate 35 years of Interior Design and Window Treatments In central Massachusetts (and beyond), We have decided to take a look back and think about how each town of Metro West has a unique sense of its own style.
The Town of Shrewsbury was incorporated in 1727 and was named for Shrewsbury, England. It was settles as a Suburban town of Worcester from the start. Lake Quinsigamond brought a summer resort population as well as the White City Amusement Parks that had come out of the Chicago’s World Fair.
We have worked with hundreds if not thousands of clients from Shrewsbury over our 35 years in metro west. While the design style is generally classic, Clients have enjoyed using accessories that have a whimsy sophisticated twist. A blend of vintage & modern, mixing and matching textures has been a popular trend in fabric selection.
- Custom Window Treatments in Formal Dining & Living Rooms are very popular
- Styles include classic tailored drapes, Roman Shades, Duette Shades, & Board Mounted Valances.
- Fabrics choses are often transitional – including modern damasks, textures, geometrics, & wovens.
- While monochromatic can be popular for some, Shrewsbury loves color too!
- shrewsbury has a great juxtaposition of modern, classic & sophisticated Whimsy.
- Clients often enjoy taking successful personal design risks to challenge their own sense of style!
A bay window has individual roman shades with full length drapery panels on a decorative rod with drapery hooks. The style is midway from formal to casual. There is a focus on architectural details while being a clean neat layered look.