We thought you’d want to know!
The votes have been tallied and the results are in! Bountiful Interiors has been selected as the “Best Interior Design Service 2016” on the Eastern Shore by readers of What’s Up Magazine.
This isn’t the first time we’ve won “Best Of” accolades, but it always puts a smile on our faces to know that, as Sally Field famously said at the Oscars: “You like us, you really like us!”
So as we tuck this latest “Best Of” award next to previous ones for “Best Home Furnishings Store” and “Best Home Decorating Store,” we want you to know that we consider it a privilege to be invited into your homes. We take our commitment to working collaboratively with you very seriously. Our goal is always to create designs for your home that reflect just what you had in mind—designs that are beautiful, functional, and stand the test of time.
Thank you for this latest vote of confidence from our entire Design Team-the largest on the Eastern Shore. You can find out more about the team and projects we’ve completed on our website, www.bountifulinteriors.com. Two of those projects were recently featured in featured in Cottage Living and Southern Home and you can read more about them below.
Thanks again from Bountiful’s Design Team,
Jamie Merida | Ellen Fink | Amanda Friend | Denise Perkins | Carol Wheeler
Hats off to designers Amanda Friend,
Jamie Merida & Denise Perkins!
Cottage Journal and Southern Home have joined the growing list of national magazines and newspapers that have featured homes designed by Bountiful Interiors. The Summer 2016 issues of both of these beautiful shelter magazines highlight work done by Amanda Friend and Denise Perkins in collaboration with Bountiful’s owner, Jamie Merida.
Because the articles aren’t online yet, we thought we’d give you a sneak preview here. If you’d like to pick up your own copy, we’re told that they’re still on newsstands everywhere! To browse through other publications that have published homes designed by Bountiful, please visit our Press page.
The owners of this Easton home on the Tred Avon River, wanted a more fluid floor plan and a design theme that suited their relaxed, but sophisticated tastes. They loved blue, so a color palette centered on shades of navy and aqua, punctuated with pops of orange was created to unify and bring life to the space. The decorating, Jamie explains, “is driven by our signature Tidewater Traditional style, which we consider a relaxed, refreshed combination of traditional furnishings with crisp patterns and bright colors.”
This Easton home on the Miles River had history, charm, and really good “bones”. It also had a whole lot of rooms that hadn’t been updated in a very long time. The design challenge was to preserve the polish and elegance of the home’s more formal features, while creating a relaxed retreat for the homeowners and their large, extended family. “It’s homes like this that help to define Tidewater Traditional in the first place,” Jamie says. “It was great fun to bring it up-to-date with more relaxed furniture, big patterns, and a saturated color palette.”