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Concrete, Copper and Zinc in the Kitchen OH MY!

Concrete Do you think of concrete as a commercial material or perhaps the flooring of your unfinished basement? It’s come a long way! It incorporates the beauty of natural stone, providing a warm surface with a multitude of tonal variations. Offered in matte, soft glow and a high gloss finish Can be hand stained creating…

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How to Get the Most out of Your Interior Designer Without him/her Taking Over

Interior Designer’s can bring their expertise in drafting floor plans, purchasing of furniture that is the correct scale for the room, recommending fabric choices for upholstery, drapery, and pillows that create a pulled together cohesive look. And help you with the myriad decisions of kitchen and bath renovations. It is the attention to details that…

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The #1 Task People Fear

They say that the #1 thing people are afraid of is public speaking. But as an Interior Designer, I’d like to add – choosing a paint color. A dreaded task – what to paint the room, the adjacent room, the entire house. An overwhelming process. When in doubt, there’s always “Linen White”- an acceptable neutral…

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A Sneak Peak Into the Life of One of America’s Leading Designers

A few weeks ago I had the relaxing experience of going to Canyon Ranch. While I was in Lenox, MA. I of course had to visit Edith Wharton’s home, The Mount, which is conveniently just down the street. It’s an elegant estate and gardens. Wharton designed and built the classical revival house and its formal…

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Show House Progress – The Accessories

The Show House opens May 7th. The final touches have been put on the Bedroom in preparation for Press Week. Here you see pictures being hung.   The fabulous 19th century Japanese six panel screen is carefully hung. This piece serves as the focal point of the room, not only as art work, but as the…

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Show House Progress – Furniture Move In Day

May 7th, the opening date for the Show House, is rapidly approaching. The Rug and Furniture have been selected and ready to be installed into my Show House bedroom. Here you see the moving men assembling the bed frame. You can also get a sneak peek at the luxurious Stark Tibetan Rug I have chosen.…

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Showhouse Progress – Painting the Ceilings

The opening gala date for the Showhouse is approaching, May 7th so I am busy pulling the room together. Here my decorative painters are applying a striae on the walls of the bedroom which is a custom color glaze that is done with mica mineral powders. The sheer gold color of the glaze allows the…

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Showhouse Project for Cerebral Palsy Fundraiser

I have some exciting news I’d like to share with you!  Susan Marocco Interiors has been chosen as one of 20 Interior Designers to  create the Designer Showhouse of Westchester, an 11,000 square foot home and a fundraiser for Cerebral Palsy of Westchester. The opening Gala is May 7th, and the Showhouse is open from…

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Library | Chappaqua, New York

Custom built-in library was designed to house client’s vast book collection. Cabinetry below the book shelves provides ample storage areas. Leather wing chairs provide a cozy spot to curl up and read a book.

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Traditional Kitchen | Location: Darien, Connecticut

Client’s original kitchen had two windows, one over the sink, and a second at the end of the same wall. In addition, there was an off center opening to the family room. In re-designing the space, a larger window was added over the sink allowing for more light and expanding the view, while the second…

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