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"Our designer's work is beautiful and timeless. He combined his tastes with functionality and elegance. I particularly enjoyed his ability to rearrange furniture and items, often pulling pieces from other areas of the house to make a room look vibrant and new. He is very creative and cost conscience. I admire my surroundings and know that I will be benefiting from his invaluable service."
"It was amazing how attuned the designer was to my wants and needs. For example, I showed him a book of pictures I liked. I flagged the ones I preferred and next thing I knew, they are all framed, matted, and perfectly arranged on my living room wall. Knowing I liked a vintage look, he went to a flea market, found some chairs he thought I'd like and, right then and there, texted me photos. He bought them, had them refinished and reupholstered with a fabric he knew I'd love, and they now proudly sit at my dining table. Now my apartment has the warmth and charm I always wanted. Kudos to Motif Decor."
"Working with Richard, the Lead Designer, was quite an experience. First, he asked to see my favorite possessions. Then we looked at books of fine art photos. He explained that no one puts colors together better than Master Artists. I quickly realized that we were on our way to creating MY ideal home. A space that reflected my vision of comfort and beauty. An island of serenity. Being a musician, it is truly an inspiration. Thank you soooo much."
"There's one small accessorizing touch that sticks in my mind. On a visit to the site, my Designer brought what I thought at the time was a strange item. It was a pair of wire manufacturing forms, in the shape of a woman's shoes, circa 1900. He had filled them with scented Potpourri. They were placed in an inconspicuous spot on my living room floor. I thought it wasa cute, nice little touch. Not long after, snuggled on my couch reading a book,I glanced at the shoes and it hit me. I envisioned the image of a woman wearing the shoes, made around these wire forms, in the fashion of the period. There she was in her Victorian garb. Full length skirt, bustle, corseted waistline,high ruffled collar, with her hair pinned up in an enormous hat. I don't think it was an accident. I believe my designer knew that this most likely would occur. Strange but true. Appropriately, I named her Victoria."