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Holiday Rooms
The Passion of Angus King
A Moser Reunion
Novem b e r/D e ce mb e r 2 0 08
Dramatic Details
Reimagined architectural elements
transform classic style in Falmouth
Green in the City
Where a Portland architect
lives and works
’Tis the
Five Maine designers transform homes for the holidays
Photography Irvin Serrano
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In anticipation of our holiday issue,
Maine Home+Design brought together
five of our favorite interior designers and
asked them to create spaces that evoke
the joy and festivity of the season. Their
choices run the gamut from classic to
contemporary, sweet to sophisticated.
We invite you to enjoy these beautiful
rooms with our wishes for a healthy,
happy holiday.
The Season’s
Seaside Fantasy
Visions of Disco Balls
Danced in Their Heads
The designers of Karu Décor in Portland
and Flora Home in Yarmouth created
their holiday vision with elemental
shapes and a fantasia of finishes. The
custom chair, upholstered with an
original seascape by Jean Pilk, floats
on a faux flokati rug surrounded by
bubbles of chrome and milk glass.
Nicki Bongiorno of spacesnb in
Kennebunkport fashioned a cool,
contemporary Christmas setting for
her young clients in their antique
farmhouse. Dramatic black-and-white
furnishings are accented with hot
pink, including a papier mache stag’s
head over the fireplace.
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Over the River
and through the Woods...
…to a cozy cabin decorated for the season
by Brett Johnson of Main Street Design
Co. in Gorham. The simplicity of glass
ornaments and fairy lights for the tree,
candlelight for the mantle, and firelight
for the room makes for an effortless,
welcoming holiday scene.
Bountiful Blessings
for the Holiday Table
Deborah Chatfield of Chatfield Design in
Rockport takes elegance and tradition
to a new level with this sophisticated
dining room dressed up for the holidays.
Rich reds and deep greens combine
to create the room’s chromatic theme,
which is echoed in the table linens, floral
arrangements, and fabric finishes.
Welcome Home for the Holidays
Kennebunkport designer Louise Hurlbutt
draped fragrant pine garlands and hung wreaths
bedecked with red ribbon and starfish to create
a festive holiday entrance for her home.
84 NOV/DEC 08 MH+D
75 Market Street
Suite 203
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