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Eating area of the 1960’s kitchen.


This is the transformed eating area.

Dining Room…Before

We transformed this space with stylish window treatments.

Dining Room…After

This dining room, which had bare windows, now looks elegant with new embroidered silk drapery panels. Sheer flat roman shades were added, which provide privacy as well as soften the large expanse of glass. This newly updated contemporary dining room is ready for entertaining and family gatherings.

Article Published in the Boston Globe

Window treatments are the least expensive way to transform a room. They can create an illusion. For instance, by installing draperies above the window frame the window will appear taller and the cieling higher. To make a small window look larger the window should be installed outside the frame of the window, thus exposing the entire window. Dressing a window gives a room a warm appeal, absorbs sounds, echos, provides privacy, acts as insulation, and eliminates reflections caused by artificial and natural light.

Kitchen Renovation… Before

This dark Mediterranean kitchen was in a Georgian colonial style home, located in Wellesley, MA.

Kitchen Renovation… After

We changed the dark cabinets to off-white painted cabinets. We installed a bow window to give more light to the space. The refrigerator was repositioned to the opposite wall because it was an overpowering focal point as you entered the kitchen. New granite countertops, and a new decorative tile backsplash were installed.
The home owner of this new kitchen stated that Monique: “is always professional, very attentive, timely, makes good choices, and always stays within our understood budget. She is pleasant to deal with! I highly recommend Monique as an outstanding interior decorator.”


This Victorian house had a 1980’s bathroom, with a tub and shower unit.


This is the vanity in the 1980’s bathroom.


The new vanity is more appropriate for the era of the house. This vanity has a furniture look and is on legs. The same decorative boarder that was used in the shower was mounted on the wall as a frame for the mirror.