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Mother’s Day 2016

Are you searching for a unique and exciting gift for Mother’s Day? Flowers and chocolate are always appreciated, but they are also expected and not very distinct. This year why not think outside the box and give your mom something she will remember for a lifetime? Surprise her with the gift of an Interior Design…

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Glam Renovation for a Small Bath

Have you been looking at your hall bathroom and thinking it really needs to be updated but you don’t know where to start? How can you go from mundane to wow? Recently a client asked me to gut one of their bathrooms and update it with a clean modern look. This was a hall bath…

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Fun Ways to Utilize Your Unfinished Basement

Recently a client asked me to create a fun space that the entire family could enjoy. They wanted a room designed that would allow members of the family, both young and adult to enjoy their own activities, but within a short range of one another. See how the room unfolded – Large surround sound TV…

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Stairs – The Forgotten Accessory

Stairs are perhaps the least thought about when furnishing a home. They can be thought of as a kind of accessory in your home. The stairs are one of the key elements that pull an entire home together. How you decide to “dress” them becomes a statement about the design style of where those stairs…

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Exciting New Before and After Family Room

Woohoo! Susan Marocco Interiors was featured in East Coast Home+Design Magazine! Susan Marocco Interiors had the pleasure of completely gutting and decorating a client’s family room. The picture moldings and crown moldings were removed. Marble floor tile removed and wood plank flooring was installed. An area rug was purchased to cover enough of the wood…

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Sneak Peek into the Biltmore Gardens

The Biltmore Gardens were originally designed by one of America’s foremost landscape architect’s Frederick Law Olmsted in the 1880’s. This was his last work, with Central Park his first great work. His genius for design and his love of nature are visible today throughout the 8,000-acre estate where today horticultural experts preserve Olmsted’s original vision…

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A Road Trip to the Biltmore House

I’ve just returned from the most marvelous, fun enriching trip and best of all, shared with my dear cousin Charlotte. We decided to take a road trip to Asheville, NC to tour the Biltmore. George & Edith Vanderbilt’s home completed in 1895, a country manor estate in Asheville NC that would rival the great manors…

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