Project Reveal: Happy Place (Part II)

Project Reveal: Happy Place (Part 2) | Kelly Rogers Interiors | Interiors for Families

As promised, I’m back for Part II of our Project Happy Place reveal. You know, the one that almost didn’t happen because my client (aka sister-in-law) and her family decided to move to a new home. It happened so fast, in fact, that they have already moved out. Like, a week ago. I have that…

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Project Reveal: Happy Place (Part I)

Project Reveal: Happy Place (Part 1) | Kelly Rogers Interiors | Interiors for Families

Well, hello! I won’t go into all the reasons why it has been MONTHS since I’ve blogged (I’m sure you can guess a few of them…), I’ll only say I have missed it and I hope I can figure out a way to get back on a regular publishing schedule here. The reason I am…

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A Beautiful Partnership Made in Italy

A Partnership Made in Italy | Interiors for Families

Today’s installment of my ‘week of gratitude’ features a collaboration between us (myself and Dianne Aucello of Edesia Kitchen & Bath Studio) and two wonderful partners, which made our Morning Kitchen at the Junior League of Boston 2017 Designer Show House truly special – and gave it a distinct Italian accent! The very first partner…

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Project Reveal: Lexington Green

Project Reveal: Lexington Green | Kelly Rogers Interiors | Interiors for Families

I am just returned from some time away with family in York Harbor, Maine, where we travel each July 4th week. I was able to keep work to a minimum, and I made the decision to push that reset button down a little further and also take the week off from blogging. Now I’m back…

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My Take: Pantone 2017 Color of the Year, “Greenery”

Late last week, Pantone, the cross-industry authority on color (and the standard for color matching in the production of textiles, paint, printing inks, and virtually any consumer product you can imagine) announced its color of the year for 2017. Those who know me well won’t have to guess how I feel about this color. [Apologies…

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