About Kelly Rogers & Kelly Rogers Interiors
Kelly Rogers is an interior decorator and blogger, based in Newton, Massachusetts. She specializes in design for modern families, grounded in a traditional and colorful aesthetic. Kelly Rogers Interiors believes that even young families deserve to have a stylish, “grown-up” home, and helps its clients select durable fabrics, high-quality furnishings, paint colors/finishes, accessories and lighting that will stand up to life with kids and pets.
Kelly’s Picks from Current Artisans on CustomMade
What a cozy place to snuggle up with the little ones and a stack of picture books! This shelter-style loveseat is so well-proportioned, and the indigo upholstery fabric is on-trend, yet will never look dated. It is fundamentally a traditional piece, with its dressmaker skirt and subtle rolled arm, but the clean lines of the bench seat cushion and tight back give it flexibility to work with a variety of styles.
The difference between a ho-hum “builder’s special” mantel and one with custom, carved detail is huge. This mantel features traditional styling with Georgian influences, but the seahorses give it a bit of a ‘wink,’ and a distinctive air for a slightly more refined coastal home.
Send this maker a picture of your house, and he’ll render it in delicate watercolor for a uniquely personal work of art to adorn your walls. How cool is that?
Decorative hardware can totally elevate a kitchen, vanity, or piece of furniture. I’m not a big DIYer (ok, I’m not a DIYer at all…not even a little), but changing cabinet knobs and pulls is even within my abilities. I’m just smitten with these brass pulls, to add a bit of Hollywood Regency glamour to your Ikea.
I can’t help but swoon over this elegant, yet sturdy Hepplewhite chest. Even though it is a brand new, custom made piece, it has the appearance and quality of an heirloom antique, complete with rosette hardware and drawer locks. Don’t forget to zoom in and check out the incredible fan inlay on the apron.
Although my style leans toward traditional, I love incorporating modern elements to add a little interest and tension – especially when they also contribute a splash of color to my projects. The hand-blown turquoise glass shades on this stunner are vibrant, yet also feel organic. I picture this over a cozy, white-walled breakfast nook in a breezy, shingled seaside cottage.
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