excites you most about being part of Victoria’s expertise
in the use of color enables her and her clients to confidently create
a strong design statement that yields a unique and impressive interior.
Victoria describes her design style as an eclectic, innovative mix
of color and texture; her designs range from over-the-top formal
to modern conservative to Adirondack mountain casual, and she loves
to accent antiques with a modern twist. What results are environments
that are both aesthetically compelling and entirely livable.
designs have been featured in such publications as The New York
Times, Fairfield County Home Magazine, American HomeStyle, Greenwich
Magazine, At Home and Connecticut Cottages & Gardens. Along
with designing for clients, she is a leader in the local design
community. She chaired the first annual garden show and the 28th
annual antiques show at the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum, a nationally
registered historic landmark in Fairfield County. She has also participated
in a number of designer show houses, including the Albert Hadley-
chaired Rooms with a View event in Southport in 2001 and 2004, Greenwich’s
Antiquarius House Tour in December of 2005 and most recently at
the Merrywood Designer Show House in Greenwich during May and June
of 2006. Her true sense of pleasure comes from the immense satisfaction
her clients enjoy from the magnificent designs she creates.