All About Interiors LLC


Services Provided
Interior design and decorating, Kitchen & Bathroom renovation, Full Service Interior Design, Color and Space planning consultations, real estate staging, accessorizing, downsizing, small commercial projects, custom window treatments & bedding, fine furniture, personal shopping, flooring, wallpaper, painting & decorative finishes, custom carpentry, rugs, accessorizing

Areas Served
All of CT, Hartford County CT, New Haven County CT, Bridgeport & Fairfield County CT, Litchfield County CT, New London County CT, Middlesex County CT, Shoreline County CT

Business Description
A home improvement project can quickly become an overwhelming task if you aren't an expert in the field. Accomplished designer Melanie Langford has established herself for the past 14 years as a classic interior designer providing a fresh, modern-day perspective to timeless design. She removes the client's stress by handling all the project management for them as well as, assisting with the selection of the perfect finishes, fixtures and furnishings. Client collaboration is key so that her client's personality is blended within the interiors. She delivers eye-catching designs filled with her client's individual style where you can feel comfortable and relaxed. She is appreciated by her clients for her naturally approachable, easy going nature, her inspirational ideas and "outside the box" design solutions. Beyond client appreciation she has been featured in New England Home Magazine and Hartford Magazine.
A beautiful interior promotes a happier, healthier and better quality of life. Interior design should not be considered an experience for only the affluent, but for anyone who wishes to improve their surroundings and live a better quality of life. All About Interiors provides a variety of interior design services to fit each client’s personal needs and budget. Be it a solitary window treatment, to an entire home or restaurant, from a simple color consultation to full service renovation project management. All About Interiors, located in Hartford County, services the entire state of Connecticut .
For more information, pictures of her work and to see what clients are raving about we invite you to explore the rest of our website and contact us with questions.

Certification and Awards
(IDS) Interior Design Society member, IDS CT chapter Board Member, Featured in New England Home Magazine & Hartford Magazine
Location:
West Hartford, CT US 
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Melanie Langford 
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West Hartford, Connecticut,
United States, 06117 
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(860) 505-8113 
All About Interiors LLC is following Designer Stone Outlet
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cathypascale
The walls currently have green mossy tones, so the room is too monotone. I am afraid of a red. It is our family room where tons of kids hang out-they don't need any more energy. The room looks out to our back yard, so I like an outdoorsy feel.
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Spanish Olive from Ben Moore would look good. It is a subtle and calming and would look good with the grey/green of your sofa.
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What you are looking at (attached pictures) are not timeless statement pieces. They are decorative furniture looking pieces but timeless, they are not. Furniture pieces turned into a vanity is a trend that I believe, will disappear.
What you currently have is timeless. I recommend replacing the hardware, counter top with granite or marble, the faucet, mirror and lighting. You will have an updated bathroom that is timeless. I hope this was helpful.
April 9, 2014 at 5:20pm   
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fmm2
All About Interiors thanks for the suggestions. However, I'm set on changing the current builder's grade vanity! If these pieces aren't timeless can you show me some pics of what you consider timeless. I clearly see your point regarding trends but I think if done correctly this is a piece I personally would never get tired of.
April 9, 2014 at 5:43pm   
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I think a marble counter top would be your best bet for a timeless piece. It's clean looking, attractive, and it will never go out of style. With the addition of some cabinets that have a bit more of a decorative edge (since I think that's where you're tastes lie), you could have a nice combo that you'd be happy with for a long period of time.
April 9, 2014 at 7:38pm      Thanked by fmm2
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I would recommend a distressed off white cabinet to go with a wine red wall. Good luck with your project.
April 8, 2014 at 5:57pm     
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My first question to you at a very exciting time would be to ask you what style you like? Next I would suggest picking a color that compliments the surround rooms. Perhaps pick a favorite tablecloth to use as a sample. Then go to the paint store and try a couple of colors that you like. You can also consider your kitchen in 4 levels for the color. Floor, Lower Cabinets, Countertop and Backsplash, Upper Cabinets. Remember, it is much easier to repaint the walls when you want to change the kitchen again later, than to redo all the cabinets. Good luck and be sure to post pictures.
April 8, 2014 at 6:09pm     
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I can''t tell what colors are in your granite but what about Stonington grey BMoore or a chocolate brown?
April 5, 2014 at 5:36pm        Thanked by Jackie Bruno
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bsellers1394
Did I read that correctly above? That if you REDO your entire kitchen cabinets then you could keep your barstools? WHAT???
April 7, 2014 at 10:31am     
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annestj
Please do not paint your cabinets! They are beautiful, and it seems like there isn't any wear and tear on them.

I agree with suggestions above to use a neutral color on the wall and find some color inspiration for accents. As I suggested, a stone backsplash will make a huge difference.

Please update when you decide, I'd love to see the after pics.
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Maidenhair fern Benjamin Moore would look great with the warm tones of the cabinets and floor and it will bring the outdoors inside.
April 2, 2014 at 5:13pm        Thanked by hokiegirl417
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TanCalGal
I am guessing the counter is granite? Look at granite closely and match one of the colors you see there. I think it is best to repeat what is there already. You can go a bit lighter than what you see. Hopefully you will find an off white color you like. Here is more about choosing wall color: http://www.lindaholtinteriors.com/2011/07/testing-wall-color-101/

I'd change the cabinet knobs & outlet covers to "silver". How about a cabinet depth refrigerator?
April 2, 2014 at 5:33pm   
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hokiegirl417
Thank you so much for your suggestions! We may chance out the hardware on the cabinets - you're right TanCalGal - that would look nice with the stainless appliances
April 2, 2014 at 7:02pm   
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I would recommend mounting the tv over the fireplace. A tilt will help and if the tv is large enough (fits the space) you should have no problem viewing from across the room. There are frames that you can mount the tv into and one step further, you can have artwork that rolls up into the frame that hides the tv. Check out your local Audio contractor. Crestor is one manufacturer of this product. I hope that helps.
March 25, 2014 at 5:40pm   
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Hi,
You don't mention how big your TV is. I like the idea of mounting it above the fireplace like this photo- Project in Tiburon. I also liked how they finished out the fireplace mantle/panels with a contrast color.

Another option, depending on your TV width, would be to build built in bookcases to the left and right of the fireplace and the TV gets installed on one side or the other (depending on your furniture placement). It doesn't have to be too deep - 9-12" would do and it would allow you to have your TV a little lower if you liked. here's a photo showing that concept - Lorraine Vale.

Pretty room!
March 25, 2014 at 8:13pm   
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The couch must look ok with the carpet, right? Are you looking for an accent color? Gold? Peach?
March 22, 2014 at 5:32pm   
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If you are looking for accessories to go with the green, navy or cobalt blue would be pretty.
March 22, 2014 at 5:36pm   
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The fireplace art is too big for that area and too low. It competes with the stone also. The art behind the paisley is fine.
March 19, 2014 at 5:48pm        Thanked by matttilka
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The fireplace is not squared with the room. It's at an angle. So, the will that you a suggesting for the bookcase appears to be about 3.5 feet wide. But along the baseboard, there is about a 18 inche step up halfway through that 3.5 feet
March 22, 2014 at 7:35pm   
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Then my next option would be to hang it where the three pieces are at the dining table, but make sure to hang it lower than they are.
March 22, 2014 at 8:34pm      Thanked by matttilka
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