Terri Reilly
Terri Reilly, Allied Member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), and her team are members of IASHP has been providing exceptional design services to residential clients and staging homes to sell for over 30 years in the Connecticut and New York areas. 
Terri's unique, fresh and engaging design approach reflects her vibrant personality, extensive industry experience and professional interior design training in California, France and Italy. Her remarkable portfolio of design accomplishments demonstrates her ability to strike a balance between traditional, contemporary and transitional styles.  The signature of her design business is her ability to form a dynamic collaboration between herself and the client, resulting in an ultimate design execution which is a true and genuine reflection of the client. She takes enormous pride in partnering with her client to develop beautiful, elegant and comfortable surroundings. Teresa embraces each space uniquely with a keen eye for balance, proportion and scale. She then develops a design plan where the color, fabrics, furnishings and specially selected accessories embrace the rhythm and harmony of the client’s lifestyle.  This dedication to the client, to every detail of the project and to exceptional and professional service sets TR Design apart in the interior design industry. Not only does Terri produce exceptional living environments, but she does so consistently within the client’s budget and timeframe. She prides herself on being honest, approachable and listening well to her clients in order to develop a designer/client relationship that is truly rewarding for both. Under Terri Reilly’s professional direction, the client’s unique style is embraced and seamlessly woven into inspired interior spaces. Web: trdesignasid.com Tel: (203) 994-4366 TR Design Home -The Most Important Place in the World
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Terri Reilly posted in Terri Reilly's Blog December 10, 2013 at 11:49 am