Our projects have been featured in regional and national press. Here’s a roundup of recent press you might have caught us in.
SV Design's Marion, MA project featured in Builder + Architect.
An air of rightfulness and trust permeate these rooms....
An ingenious redesign allows this Chatham home to fully embrace both its peaceful and playful sides...
An extensive remodel turns a run-of-a-mill colonial into a relaxed family retreat.
Summers spent in Chatham leave lasting impressions. So when a couple with three children in their teens and twenties decided to invest in a home of their own after years of renting, they knew exactly where they wanted to be- near Hardings Beach and close to friends. They also knew a home in need of some TLC wouldn't be enough to derail their dreams.
Facing the Atlantic Ocean full-on, the North Shore coast was once a lookout spot for fishing fleets and for pirate and enemy ships, both British and French. Today, private residences are privy to the same unparalleled vistas—views that architect Tobin Shulman praises as nothing less than “phenomenal.” Artistically craggy rock masses cluster in the foreground, while islands sprout among the whitecaps farther out.
Self-awareness is quite an asset in life. Four years ago, Katelyn Manfredo realized she felt a bit stuck at work, recognizing that feeling was stemming from her talents going underutilized.
Sometimes a place just gets in your blood. For a Boston-based couple with a blended family of six children (some in their teens, others married with kids), that place is Westerly, Rhode Island. The husband has summered in the quietly chic beach community since childhood, and his wife adopted it as a summer spot as well.
For Jean Verbridge, Principal at Beverly-based Siemasko + Verbridge, the path to a satisfying career as a commercial and residential interior designer ran through a plant store.
When longtime clients of Jean Verbridge, principal at SV Design, decided to upgrade to a ski-in, ski-out condo on Sugarbush mountain in Warren, VT., they surprised her with an out-of-character request: that she decorate using a neutral palette. "We used texture instead of color to make it interesting," says Verbridge.
This 3,200-square-foot 1941 home had great bones to begin with. Nestled on 1.25 acres of land in Gloucester, the house consists of five bedrooms, including the master bedroom and bunk room on the main level, and four bathrooms.