Robin Pelissier Interior Design & Robin's Nest

Services Provided
Comprehensive Interior Design Firm specializing in complete design installations.

Services include Space Planning, Kitchen & Bath Design, Furniture, Lighting & Accessories.

Areas Served
South Shore, Cape & Islands

Business Description
We would like to introduce you to one of the most talented and spectacular interior designers. Meet Robin Pelissier whose design studio and home decor boutique sit in the heart of picturesque downtown Hingham, steps from the harbor.

What began as a career in New York City’s fashion and textile industry has evolved into a successful and creative interior design business for Robin Pelissier.

Since the studio’s inception in 1994, Robin has designed homes in Boston,NYC, the Cape and Islands, and through out New England.

Robin’s projects have been featured in many national magazines and design publications.She has appeared as a guest designer for various Channel 7 News, “Room For Improvement” s(, made multiple appearances on HGTV, Channel 5 ‘s concept home and This Old House designer showhouse. She has been a frequent contributor to the Junior League Showhouse.

Robin is a allied member of American Society for Interior Designers (ASID) and offers eighteen years experience with residential design.
Hingham, MA US 
Robin Pelissier 
28 North Street
Hingham, MA 02043 
(781) 741-5395 
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Hidden in Plain Sight: 10 Cleverly Closeted Home Spaces

Tuck your home office, wine collection or even your entire kitchen behind closed doors for all of the function and none of the clutter Full Story
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Susan Bishop
The super neat offices in designer rooms always make me snicker. Where are the papers? The rubber bands? The paper clips? The filing cabinet? Printer paper? Replacement ink cartridges? The goose neck lamp? Who actually works at those shiny, uncluttered desks?
August 31, 2014 at 7:43AM     
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Dutch Kitchen Center
If the appliances are built-in as part of the flow of the home, you may prefer to keep them exposed as an added design feature!
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Style: Modern
September 2, 2014 at 10:43AM     
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