Entry with Stair Hall: Susan Jamieson
Dining Room: Moyanne Harding
Study: Kevin Malone, Jamie Coffey and Patti Ryan
Powder Room: Linda Hunt
Breakfast Room Including Paint Colors and Planning Center: Angela Elliott
Kitchen, Planning Center and Bath 2,3,4: cabinetry and Countertops:
Rodney Berardi Main Street Cabinets
Pantry, Mud Room, and Utility Room: Steve Dash
Family Room: Jennifer Stoner
Screen Porch , First Floor: Patrick Cicchetto
Master Bedroom: Gary Inman, Principal and Catherine Stanley, Glavé & Holmes Architecture
Master Bathroom: Richard Hendrick, CKD and Kate Barnett, Designer/ Custom Kitchens Inc. Jill Erwin
His and Hers Master Closets:
Georgia Kukoski/Closet Factory Senior Designer and Ryan Bundy/Dorothy Cook Interiors
Front Porch, Courtyard and adjacent entry: Josh Goff
Bedroom 2 and Bath Décor : Will T. Chamber
Walk in Closets for Bedroom’s 2, 3 & 4 : Steven O’York
Deck: Jonathan A. Williams
Upstairs Family Room: Kathy Corbet
Bedroom 4 and Bath Décor, Second Floor: Michael Maszaros
Bedroom 3 and Bath Décor, Second Floor: Pam Baldwin and Bev Benner
Screen Porch, Second Floor: Cindy Nivala & Deirdre Millen
Front landscape areas left of front porch and area in front of detached garage: Sharon Baum
Deck’s container gardening: Christie Fargis
Yard: Gary F. Hubbard
Southwest front yard corner: Jeffery Crawford
For ticket purchase and information on dates, times, events, live music, and more, please visit the Richmond Symphony Orchestra League’s website at www.rsol.org.
More About Our Designers:
Designer: Susan Jamieson
Room: Entry with Stair Hall
Bridget Beari Designs
Susan M. Jamieson, ASID, is the founder of Bridget Beari Designs, Inc. where she works primarily on high-end residential interior design projects in Virginia as well cities such as Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Florida and internationally in Costa Rica and Mexico. Her work has been featured in national and local magazine such as Traditional Home, Southern Living, Virginia Living, Rhome, Washington Post and Richmond Magazine. Susan’s projects have also been featured on HGTV and TLC.
She has created a custom paint line called Bridget Beari Colors, 200 custom colors available nationwide. The paint lines include – Classic, Modern, Exotic, and Metallic so you too can get that “ Bridget Beari look.” This year she introduces Bridget Beari Papers, her own custom designed wallpaper collection. Her daily blog Bridget Beari Design Chat www.bridgetbearidesigns.blogspot.com gives interior design and lifestyle tips as well as insights into her design business and travels.
Susan is a regular in giving advise for the local newspapers and magazines. With such a wide variety of projects, she is able to move easily from contemporary to traditional looks. Her design philosophy is simple: “ Good design comes from the ability to visualize the potential in every space.”
Moyanne Harding, I.D.S. is a graduate of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College with a degree in Studio Art and Design. Moyanne started Interiors by Moyanne, an interior design business in 1991. After three successful years in residential and commercial design Moyanne decided to broaden the scope of her business by establishing, Moyanne, a beautiful retail shop located in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Moyanne and her associates work with clients to provide complete design services from space planning, selection of home furnishings and accessories to installation. The design staff coordinates and oversees all necessary work in order to complete any job. From concept to completion, the associates of Interiors by Moyanne create designs customized to reflect the client’s budget and lifestyle.
Moyanne has clients not only in Virginia, but throughout the Mid-Atlantic. She has been published in Architectural Digest Magazine and The Washington Post Home & Design Magazine.
Williams and Sherrill is proud to be participating in their fifth Richmond Symphony Orchestra League Designer House. Designers Jamie Coffey, Kevin Malone, and Patti Ryan have combined their styles and expertise to create a truly bold and dynamic space. The designers at Williams and Sherrill pride themselves on helping clients define their own personal tastes and transforming it into a space that fits the client’s lifestyle. With a 24,000 square foot showroom that combines over 4000 bolts of in stock fabric and hundreds of trims Williams and Sherrill prides itself on being an industry leader in custom fabrication of window treatments, bedding, pillows, and soft goods. Combined with a great selection of furniture, accessories, lighting and floor covering Williams and Sherrill is truly a one stop shop for all of your design needs. You can also take advantage of their Design Center which offers the largest selection of special order fabrics, trimmings, wallpaper and floor covering on the east coast.
Linda Hunt is the owner and designer of Creatively Yours Custom. She strives to bring the “beautifully unique” touch to her residential projects. Each of her clients interiors are created to reflect their individual taste with pieces that fit their particular needs and have been carefully gathered to function while being a little bit more unique and beautiful. Linda designs with this in mind for every decorating style out there.
Linda is a graduate of the State University of New York and received her Bachelor’s in 1973. She has been in the design industry for over 30 years and has owned Creatively Yours Custom since 2001. She enjoys designing and being able to offer full service to her clients. Linda has written several e-books on design and sits on the board of the Richmond Chapter of the International Furnishings and Design Association. Voted “Best of Houzz” for the past 2 years, her projects have been featured in Ava Living Spotlight and Encore Magazine.
Designer: Angela Elliott
Room: Breakfast Room Including Paint Colors in Any Kitchen Island and Planning Center
Angela Elliott Interiors
Angela Elliott, principal of Angela Elliott Interiors, brings a timeless and classic, yet fresh and modern approach to her projects. She commands an extraordinary eye for detail, a focus on quality and a refined creativity. Angela, listens intently to each client to create interiors that connect with their personality. She is sought after not only for her style and knowledge of the decorative arts, but also for her project management skills and character.
“It’s not just about decorating; it’s about living well and being happy in your home or office!”
Angela graduated from the University of Nebraska in 1983 with a degree in Textiles and Interior Design. After understudying for one of Dallas’ most successful residential designers, she worked for the well-known fabric firm, F. Schumacher and Company in several major markets including Atlanta, Hilton Head, Washington DC and Richmond. This afforded her the opportunity to work with some of the South’s most prominent designers, further developing her personal style and interior design skills.
Angela founded Angela Elliott Interiors in 2000, bringing sophisticated yet accessible style to Richmond interiors. The firm specializes in high-end residential design, bath design and office design, as well as model home interiors. Based in Richmond, the team is adept at managing projects both near and far with projects from Virginia to Florida, throughout the South, and as far away as Texas.
Designer: Rodney Berardi
Room: Kitchen, Planning Center and Bath 2,3,4: cabinetry and Countertops; flooring (whole house)
Main Street Cabinets
Rodney has been in this industry for 20+ years. In previous years has won awards for best kitchen in the Parade of Homes, Dream Homes and Homearama.
Steve Dash has been designing organized spaces in throughout the country for 30 years. He and his Richmond company Method Organized have been recognized for achievements in design, service and business success.
Raised in the Philadelphia area, Steve relocated to Richmond 30 years ago to head the space planning and retail design department for a Fortune 500 company. Using his retail experience along with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and Advertising, Steve created Method Organized, a local company focused on creating great organized spaces for homeowners. Steve is a current board member of the Richmond Chapter of the International Furnishings and Design Association, past board member of the Richmond chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers and volunteers as a member of the board of management for the Shady Grove Family YMCA.
Jennifer Stoner, the owner of Jennifer Stoner Interiors, brings a refined and eclectic touch to her residential projects, using contemporary, vintage and traditional pieces. Her work is defined not by a rigid style, but by nuanced, tailored, functional and serene interiors that reflect the architecture as well as the client’s particular needs and lifestyle. A client’s home should reflect their personality and individual style and tastes. It should look like a space that had evolved over a long period of time, not something that just stepped off the pages of a catalog.
Jennifer graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s Degree in 1990. She relocated from Florida and opened her own home furnishings and design store in Richmond, VA in 2000. She has enjoyed working with residential clients throughout the East Coast. Jennifer is a current board member and past President of the Richmond Chapter of the International Furnishings and Design Association (IFDA). Jennifer’s work has been featured in various design print publications, including Traditional Home, Home & Design, Richmond Magazine, and R-Home. She also has projects featured on TLC and HGTV.
This is the sixth Richmond Symphony Designer House for Jennifer Stoner.
Patrick Cicchetto, Retail Store Manager for Summer Classics Home, brings a refreshing and contemporary feel to the screened porch of this years Richmond Symphony Show House. Over many years in the home furnishings industry, both indoor and outdoor, Patrick has developed a style that is cutting-edge while still holding to a more traditional concept. In a style that has wide appeal, he has designed a space to relax, rest and dream.
Patrick has been in the home furnishing industry for over 24 years. Beginning his career with Laurel Grove furniture distributor, to Sears Home Life and then to Norwalk, The Furniture Idea, then finally in 2008 to Summer Classics Home. Working with designers for many years has taught him the form and function that he now uses every day. He also likes to blend different scale and textures in his planning for an excellent aesthetic. He says, “you need a good design plan before you start to buy. That way you avoid costly mistakes”.
In his spare time, Patrick is an avid Master Gardener with Hanover County VA.
Gary Inman directs the Hotel & Home Studio at Glavé & Holmes Architecture. A celebrated interpreter of classic design, he is skilled at combining elements from the past with the best of contemporary design. His team has won numerous awards and have been published in Architectural Digest, The Washington Post, Traditional Home, Southern Accents, Home & Design, Fine Interiors, and many others. Catherine Stanley brings almost twenty years of experience to the Hotel & Home Studio, along with a refined aesthetic and passion for all areas of design. The Hotel & Home team as a whole has more than seventy-five years of combined experience in the design world, with a diverse background from which to draw inspiration. Our philosophy is grounded in the belief that design can stimulate the imagination and elevate the human spirit. Home is a place of dreams and nurturing, of retreat and reflection, when thoughtfully designed it becomes a reflection of the owner’s personal journey.
Designer: Richard Hendrick, CKD and Kate Barnett
Room: Master Bathroom
Custom Kitchens Inc.
Just Jill Erwin Interiors LLC
Custom Kitchens Inc. 804- 288-7247
Just Jill Erwin Interiors LLC 804-338-7275
Richard Hendrick, CKD
Richard has spent his whole career in the family business, working first as a carpenter’s helper, where he learned the construction side of business. He earned a business degree from JMU, learned on the job and in a variety of continuing education programs, and has been a Certified Kitchen Designer since 1990. His father was his mentor, and instilled in Richard the dedicated, client-focused, collaborative approach that defines the company. The firm retains its sense of family, and one of Richard’s greatest pleasures as company president is working for multiple members of the same client families. He recently completed a project for the third generation of one of their clients. “We have a lot of long-term employees,” says this award-winning designer. “All of us work together on the same goal of taking care of our clients.”
Kate has been a designer for 25 years and has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Bradley University. She moved here from Nashville, TN. and has been with Custom Kitchens since 2003. Kate is the Design Center and Client Consultant for Custom Kitchens.
Jill Erwin is owner of Just Jill Erwin Interiors LLC. Jill offers lifestyle design consulting based on clients’ wants and needs. Whether using new or existing pieces, her goal is to transform living spaces that provide both form and function. In an ever-changing world, Jill works in conjunction with her clients to discover what works best for their home (not hers). She feels interior design should make you feel happy and comfortable not cold and impersonal. When working with clients, she thinks of them as lasting relationships that will grow & change. She believes there is nothing better than repeat business for a new project, subtle change, or just adjusting to life’s next chapter. After 17 years in the design industry, Jill feels fortunate to love her profession and helping others find their own unique style.
Designer: Georgia Kukoski/Closet Factory Senior Designer and Ryan Bundy/Dorothy Cook Interiors
Room: His and Hers Master Closets
Closet Factory and Dorothy Cook Interiors
Georgia Kukoski, Senior Designer with Closet Factory loves organization and brings her eye for design to every project. Older homes as well as new homes need organization, and Georgia embraces the challenges of any space. Organization is always paramount, but the aesthetics of an organized space can make all the difference. A few tweaks can bring a space from “nice” to “wow”. Georgia loves to hear her customer say “wow”!
Georgia graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing. She is a native Richmonder and lives in the Fan with her family. In 2011, Georgia joined Closet Factory as a designer. She has been involved in the Central Virginia Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). Georgia designed the Pantry for the 2012 RSOL Designer House, as well as closets for the 2013 Street of Dreams and Home Builder’s Association 2014 Homearama. Her Master Closet was recognized as the Best Master Suite in the 2014 Homearama.
Creating beautiful rooms in which clients’ practical needs and aesthetic interests are integrated is Ryan Bundy’s priority with each project. Rooms in which people love to live unite lifestyle demands with individual style and character. Ryan enjoys the creative challenge inherent in effectively assimilating older styles and family pieces with contemporary details and accessories. Her focus on repurposing furnishings and redesigning spaces to suit her clients’ needs serve to cultivate homes that are unique, efficient and refined. A hallmark of Ryan’s style is her emphasis on reinvigorating cherished and well-used pieces that clients already have in their homes. “Using what one has to transition toward what one wants contributes to rooms that feel familiar, but fresh. In both larger and smaller homes, resourcefulness and imagination are critical when decorating a space. Rethinking the function of rooms, as well as editing and modernizing furnishings all contribute to the improvement of an existing area or the completion of a functional and attractive new space.”
Ryan holds B.S. and M.A. degrees from The University of Georgia and The College of William and Mary and opened Dorothy Cook Interiors in 2013. She has worked with clients in Virginia and the Carolinas as they renovate, furnish and decorate their homes.
Commonwealth Curb Appeal provides professional design, installation, and maintenance of all phases of landscaping, irrigation, lighting, pavers, walls, ponds, waterfalls, fountains, outdoor fireplaces and kitchens.
In 2008, we found a niche industry that needed a service-oriented facelift, so we set out to change the way you buy fabric and decorate your home. Living in Richmond and being surrounded by a thriving art scene, magnificent historic homes, and a city who’s various tastes and personality are so individually unique we knew we were starting off in the perfect location. We began with a vision of a fun and inspiring environment that offered exceptional customer service and professional services tailored uniquely to our customers. Through the years our vision has come to life in the most inspiring ways. Our team of fabric gurus, talented upholsterers and seamstresses are inspired every day by our customers tastes and ideas. We proudly bring those ideas and visions to life, and are thrilled with the results. You could even say we are making Virginia beautiful one yard at a time. Our mission is simple, offer an amazing selection of fabric, the highest quality custom design services, and the best customer satisfaction in our industry.
Designer: Steven O’York
Room: Walk in Closets for Bedroom’s 2, 3 & 4
Closets of Virginia
Steven O’York, co-owner of Closets of Virginia, is a Certified master designer that has been creating one of a kind organizational systems for both residential & commercial, throughout Virginia & the Carolina’s for over 16 years. Stephen strives to not only make closet areas, laundry rooms, office spaces, garages, and other areas such as living room bookcases, to not only be functional and aesthetic to the client, but also harmonious to the room. Along with their employees, Closets of Virginia has won several awards for their outstanding designs and quality work. They strive to exceed, not just meet their clients’ expectations. Closets of Virginia is a full custom turn-key closet company known for “……bringing harmony to your home.”
Designer: Jonathan A. Williams
Design Space: Deck
Summer Classics Home
Jonathan Andrew Interiors
Jonathan A. Williams, Sales Manager for Summer Classics Home and Owner of Jonathan Andrew Interiors, brings the indoor out on the Deck of this year’s Richmond Symphony Show House. “Outdoor spaces should have the same feel and aesthetic as the interior of the home they are attached to. With the advanced technology we have today, patio and deck furnishings and fabrics do not have the look and feel that they used to have. They can look and feel the same as interior furniture now” he says.
Jonathan graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. Through the years he has worked in furniture and design for Restoration Hardware and Summer Classics Home.
This spring he began his own company, Jonathan Andrew Interiors, and is now offering complete residential and commercial interior design services. Jonathan is very detail oriented and has a passion for design that is colorful and elegant while showcasing his client’s personality. He states, “I love residential design especially, because I love creating living environments that showcase the passions, interests and collections of the people who reside in them.” He also enjoys mixing color, texture and dimension to create interest and harmony. Jonathan’s work has been showcased in two previous show houses for the Richmond Symphony.
On a personal level, Jonathan enjoys cooking, reading and traveling.
Relax, smile and feel at ease every time you step inside your door. Let Kathy Corbet Interiors make your home into a comfortable, beautiful respite where you and your family enjoy spending time. Realize possibilities you never imagined and gain results beyond your expectations. We can help you fall in love with your home all over again.
From recovering a sofa to totally redesigning a house or commercial space, Kathy Corbet Interiors will make your vision a reality. We can create a simple floor plan, draw a concept elevation, or design and specify furnishings, lighting, flooring and accessories. Using a vast network of resources from across the east coast, we go above and beyond to find unique fabrics and furnishings for every project. We also use the latest design technology to help you visualize your new interior furnishings as if they were real.
Your living space will be functional, distinctive and completely you. We’ll help you define your unique style and living preferences, then update your home to reflect them. We always listen carefully and tailor our services to each individual, making for an enjoyable, easy design process. In the end, your home will be transformed into a stylish, soothing environment that’s elegantly tailored to your needs.
With more than 30 years of design expertise, Kathy Corbet holds a BS in design and merchandising from the University of Vermont and an AAS in fashion design from FIT in New York. She has appeared on NBC 12‘s Virginia This Morning and has been published in Home & Design, RHome, Visions Magazine and Style Weekly. Kathy Corbet Interiors has three times been voted a favorite by RHome Magazine and has won design awards from Houzz.com and COTY.
A Richmond native and a graduate from the University of Virginia, Michael has been designing custom interiors since 2003 and took over Cabin Creek Interiors in 2012. He previously worked at Calico Home designing soft furnishings and has clients from Williamsburg to Wintergreen. Enthusiastic and creative, Michael is always looking for the best solution to solve any decorating and design dilemma and especially loves tackling challenging projects. The child of two designers (furniture and fashion), his love for the arts and interiors has been with him throughout his life. “Good design is good design, and I enjoy almost any style or genre as long as it’s done well.”
Stedman House is a full-service Interior Design Firm with 12 designers in Charlottesville, Richmond, Roanoke, Wintergreen and Naples, Florida. Started by R. Stedman Oakey in Roanoke in 1949, Stedman House is the oldest Design Firm in the Commonwealth, and focuses on both Residential and Commercial work. Many country estates, fine homes, suburban homes, condos, vacation properties, and country clubs have been decorated over the years by Stedman House designers throughout Virginia and beyond.
Bev Benner has been a designer with Stedman House for 14 years and active in the world of decorating and art for many more. She is passionate about assisting clients in achieving their dreams for their home, while working within their budget and their style and color preferences.
Pam Baldwin joined Stedman House in Richmond as an Interior Designer in 2013 and is an Allied member of ASID. She has 20 years of design experience working with residential clients as well as high end furniture manufacturers. She incorporates her knowledge and love of design in each endeavor to create a comfortable and stylish space that is a true reflection of the homeowner.
Designer: Cindy Nivala & Deirdre Millen
Room: Screen Porch, Second Floor
Down the Garden Path
Down The Garden Path LTD is a home and garden company and a life style brand devoted to bringing the outdoors in and enhancing your home and garden experiences. Collectively, we have over 50 year of knowledge designing indoors and outdoors. Down The Garden Path LTD is excited to participate in their sixth Richmond Symphony Designer House. Cindy Nivala and Deirdre Millen joined forces as a mother daughter duo in the fall of 2012. Cindy, with a degree in Horticulture from University of Maryland, is a veteran of many designer houses, a well known central Virginia garden designer, home retailer and radio personality. Deirdre, after attending VCU School of Art in the Art and Crafts Textile program, has spent the last ten years designing show rooms and curating gallery shows. They both have decorated homes up and down the East Coast and Texas. A full service design and installation firm, visit Down the Garden Path’s web retail home and garden shop at www.downthegardenpathltd.com.
Designer: Jonathan A. Williams
Jonathan Andrew Interiors, Summer Classics Home
Jonathan A. Williams, owner of Jonathan Andrew Interiors and, sales manager for Summer Classics Home brings the indoor out on the Deck of this year’s Richmond Symphony Show House. “Outdoor spaces should have the same feel and aesthetic as the interior of the home they are attached to. With the advanced technology we have today, patio and deck furnishings and fabrics do not have the look and feel that they used to have. They can look and feel the same as interior furniture now” he says. Jonathan graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. Through the years he has worked in furniture and design for Restoration Hardware and Summer Classics Home. This spring he began his own company, Jonathan Andrew Interiors, and is now offering complete residential and commercial interior design services. Jonathan is very detail oriented and has a passion for design that is colorful and elegant while showcasing his client’s personality. He states, “I love residential design especially, because I love creating living environments that showcase the passions, interests and collections of the people who reside in them.” He also enjoys mixing color, texture and dimension to create interest and harmony. Jonathan’s work has been showcased in two previous show houses for the Richmond Symphony. On a personal level, Jonathan enjoys cooking, reading and traveling.
Designer: Sharon Baum
Space: front landscape areas left of front porch and area in front of detached garage
Sharon Bailey Baum, Kirby’s resident expert, has 25 years of experience in landscape design. Her resume covers the state of Virginia from the Roanoke Valley of Richmond, Williamsburg, and the tidewater area. Starting with a bachelor’s degree in Horticulture from Virginia Tech, Sharon has held many positions in the industry with the main focus being residential landscape design. “I see myself as a problem solver for the client. Every site is as individual as the needs of the customer.” The needs of the customer change as the site does. Uncovering hidden potential in every landscape is Sharon’s goal. Sharon was recently employed at Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens and J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College as an instructor in landscape design courses. After 8 years at Reynolds, Sharon is taking a break in teaching as she joins Kirby’s Landscaping full-time to help Kirby’s clients. From maintenance to installation and now in-house design, Kirby, doing business since 1996, can take care of the customer in the best possible way.” Check out Sharon’s corner at www.@kirbylandscaping.com. Sharon has a monthly article she writes that pertains to ideas or issues for the current time of year.
Designer: Christie Fargis
Space : Deck’s container gardening
Christie Fargis Landscape Designs
Christie Fargis has 18 years of experience in the landscaping business. She began her career in Washington, D.C. where she worked for McHale and McHale before moving back to Richmond in 2001. She completed the landscape design graduate certification program through George Washington University and the University of Richmond. She is a certified Landscape Designer with the Virginia Society of Landscape Designers and a certified horticulturist with the Virginia Nursery and Landscape Association.Specializing in hardscape and landscape designs, she also provides seasonal container gardening for her clients. Christie will work in conjunction with the designer, Jonathan Williams, Summer Classics. Jonathan is decorating the deck of Hampton Manor. Christie is thrilled to be a part of the 2014 Designer House Event.
Designer: Gary F. Hubbard
Design Space: Yard
Gary opened Pocono Nursery in Chesterfield County in the fall of 1976. Pocono Nursery was a retail garden center and wholesale greenhouse operation. Landscaping became a big part of the operation (residential & commercial). The landscape division in the mid 1980’s was continued and relocated to Midlothian and Powhatan. For 15 years Gary’s wife and he designed and the company installed for hundreds of homeowners and builders in the Richmond area. In 2000 Salisbury Gardens and Florist was opened in the Salisbury subdivision. Salisbury continues to design and install landscapes for top builders such as Bel Arbor Builders, Creative Home Concepts, Napier Signature Homes, Randy Carrignton Contracting, McLellan Construction, Suntech Homes Capitol Builders and more. Salisbury Gardens and Florist designed and installed the Rosemont Symphony Designer House for Napier Signature Homes and just completed the Southern Living Model in the Hallsley subdivision for Creative Home Concepts.
Designer: Jeffrey Crawford
Design Space: Southwest front yard corner
Virginia Roots Landscaping