The Game Room
January 6, 2011
We asked three area designers to bring a sense of fun into the game room by choosing their ideal tables, wallcoverings and lighting.
When Mark Christofi begins a project he takes into account the house—its architecture, history and geography—as well as his client’s personality and lifestyle. “An architect can develop a style and that’s why people go to him or her,” he says. “In design, it really has to be about the house and the clients, not the designer.” MARK CHRISTOFI INTERIORS, READING, MASS., (781) 944-5667, WWW.CHRISTOFIINTERIORS.COM
Karen Davis’s work has taken her across the country, as well as to Canada, Europe and Asia. Her ability to assist in the construction as well as the design process and to fabricate custom pieces brings a client’s vision and the setting into an easy balance. DAVIS RAINES DESIGN, WASHINGTON, CONN., (860) 868-0880, WWW.DAVISRAINESDESIGN.COM
Melissa Gulley, who has worked as a designer for more than twenty years, is this season’s interior designer on This Old House. She also writes DesignTrackMind.com, a design blog. MELISSA GULLEY INTERIOR DESIGN, NEWTON, MASS., (617) 797-4570, WWW.MELISSAGULLEY.COM