Kimberly Hackett, Owner
Kimberly Hackett (Turgeon) has had a passion for home design and staging since adolescence. She began her educational journey obtaining a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing and Entrepreneurship from Northeastern University. She then went on to spend a number of years in retail management and procurement. After purchasing and staging a few properties for rental, Kimberly knew she was settling into the next chapter of her career.
Kimberly became a certified Home Stager and Redesigner through the RESA accredited training course Home Staging Resource . She now operates out of Stoneham, MA. Servicing all surrounding towns and reaching into Southern NH.
MEET OUR TEAM
A graduate of Boston College, Catherine has the talent and imagination to make any space come to life. Her ability to enhance a space with pillows alone can transform a room.
She has a passion for animals (Corgis especially) and enjoys working on her secret garden in her spare time.
Originally a graphic design major, Alicia has always loved being creative. She is especially drawn to minimalism and loves to help others organize and streamline their space.
An always on-the-go mother of 2, Alicia has a knack for designing and styling spaces with families in mind, and uses color to create a sense of playfulness without feeling too childish.
After a decade in the field of education, Aby decided to take the leap and turn her favorite hobby into a career.
Aby enjoys creating rooms that appeal to the masses by enhancing the best features of every space - and minimizing ones that are less desirable.
Drawn to quality and craftsmanship, she considers herself a creative person and has always enjoyed all things DIY, including woodworking and refurbishing furniture.
Though she began her career as a Graphic Designer in the fashion industry, Stacey always knew that Interior Design was her one true passion.
She now uses fashion trends to inspire her home design choices, mixing unexpected colors and textures (with a dash of rock n' roll) to create just the right amount of "je ne sais quois".