Bedeckers Interiors is an interior design firm established in 1995 specializing in custom home furnishings and providing a full range of interior products and services.
We develop a close working relationship with our clients from the first meeting to the final installation. Clients become life-long friends. Efficiency, attention to detail and pride in the highest standards of design guide every project. Our goal is to create spaces that are carefully curated, precisely pulled together and a reflection of our client's tastes and lifestyle.
Furniture & Upholstery
Couture Window Treatments
Interior Color Analysis
(remodels & new construction)
Decluttering & Organizing
Lamps & Lighting
Bedding and Pillows
Wood Blinds & Shades
Accessories & Silk Florals
Special events are a great motivator for home improvements. Their son’s upcoming wedding reception to be held in this home was just that. This big busy family had never had time to focus on their home design so it was a clean slate. Sometimes a blank canvas is difficult to work with. You have to find a starting point from nothing. They knew they wanted their home to be pretty and pulled together and comfortable for a lot of people but were not sure where to start. We chose to begin the design process with a floral pillow that she loves. The wall paint colors were inspired by the pillow and then all the fabrics and art and furnishings fell into place. By the wedding date, their entire first floor was transformed. It was a beautiful backdrop for their special day.
This project is one of my most recent. It’s been a total transformation. This adorable two-bedroom, one bath cottage home is quickly becoming a favorite project. The house was built in the 1940’s and its owner is giving it much needed TLC. At first, I was called in to help with organization. Sometimes, rooms need to be cleared and functional systems created before the interior design process can begin. That’s just what happened. Once the rooms were given a clear purpose, beyond just storage, interior designing could take place. This home has come alive with a uniform color backdrop on the walls and then the introduction of bright fun accent colors and furnishings. The redesigned rooms, including a new kitchen, function beautifully. It’s a happy house that’s ready for cozy living and entertaining.
This home on Lake Talquin in Tallahassee was purchased furnished. The advantage was my clients were able to move in quickly since they kept their prior home in another state. The disadvantage was it was someone else’s style not theirs. My first impression of the house was that it was too earthy. From the front door, you were overwhelmed with brown and gold and tan everything. A home with gorgeous lake views should reflect its surroundings. We began the design process with the purchase of the egret painting for the foyer. Then we selected blues and grays and teals to create a more serene feeling. The new home design compliments life on the lake. Painting the walls and cabinets, replacing the furniture, adding artwork, and updating the lighting created cohesiveness in the open floorplan.
Working with an interior designer means your rooms are created exclusively for you. You won’t have the same thing as your friends or neighbors. Bedeckers Interiors pays attention and adds those personal touches that you don’t find in mass production. God is in the details. It’s the little things that make your home design unique and special. Monograms, edgings, accents, and trimmings seem little but they are actually the big things. Well made furniture, fabrics that flow and match, carefully selected colors and fabrics and accessories are all important parts of your finished design. Bedeckers Interiors envisions the big picture and works hard to take care of all the little details that get you there.
Eppington was a new-build over 15 years ago and Bedeckers Interiors has been involved from the beginning. Rooms have seen several transformations as the family has grown and their tastes have changed. It’s an ongoing fun adventure and I enjoy each project. One of my favorites was the daughter’s room. I designed the nursery before she was born. Its black, white and hot pink color palette had longevity. But when she turned 10 it was time for a change. She chose the purple paints for her walls. When I arrived for the design consultation, her mom was running late. Instead of waiting, we jumped right into the fabric options I had chosen. I had to giggle when she said, “You know, I’ve had pink (the first couple fabrics I showed her had pink with purple) and I’m looking for something different.” She fell in love with a very sophisticated purple and gray printed linen fabric designed by Trina Turk. It became the base of the room’s design in the window treatment and bedding. All the other fabrics and trimmings were chosen to compliment. We added a custom loveseat, a fancy chandelier, a ribbon memory board, and a mirrored starburst to complete the room and take her through her teens.
The clients at Foxhall have been favorites of mine since we first met. I feel so fortunate to be invited back again and again as new interior design projects arise. Our most recent was a first-floor redesign in preparation for their oldest child’s high school graduation. They planned a big party to celebrate and the house needed an update to be ready. A new paint palette was essential. We talked about the feel they wanted and concluded they were over the red and yellow color scheme that they painted before they met me. Once the perfect shade of robin’s egg blue was chosen, the lighting, furnishings, art, wallpapers, window treatments and accessories fell into place. It all came together for their party.
This home is charming. Outside has gorgeous stonework and really neat rooflines. The wooded property is private and there are lovely views down to the river. The challenge – the interior was stuck in 1980. The home came to them with musty mauve carpet, popcorn ceilings, unattractive stained trim, an oddly configured kitchen, an antiquated jetted tub, and some hidden issues as well. The nature inspired color palette we chose was pulled from the stones that surround the fireplace. I love the clients’ style. It’s sleek and streamlined but also warm and welcoming. The home’s classic structure shines now through its updated décor.
This is the home of a dear friend and one of my long-time organization clients. She challenges me and together we have created some gorgeous rooms. Our story began in her previous home. There, Bedeckers Interiors reupholstered a half dozen pieces of furniture and added some new upholstered furniture. We planned everything so the fabrics coordinated in such a way they could work together in many configurations and in different rooms. Like the Garanimals clothing of the 70’s that featured mix-and match separates, we laugh that we “garanimaled” all her upholstery. This came in handy as she down-sized to Saint James. It’s easy to place her furniture and rearrange it in different configurations. This home was stuck in the 1980’s and needed a huge refresh to reflect the new owner’s style. I’m thrilled she could look beyond the mauve and seafoam and dusty blue carpets, the busy floral wallpapers, the dated window treatments and blinds, and the horrid paint colors (baby poo brown anyone?!) to see the beautiful bones of this home. We painted EVERYTHING, replaced all the lighting and all the carpets. Now, the home is cheery, happy and inviting and truly reflects my client’s warm personality.
I designed the interior of this home twice. The first time when they moved into a new build and again, ten years later, when they needed a refresh. It was a down-size so the initial design plan involved figuring out what furniture fit and how and what did not make the cut. Then we pulled everything together with paint. We had to get rid of the builder-white walls. We reupholstered a few chairs to make them fit into the new design and Bedeckers Interiors created custom window treatments throughout. Ten years later, it was time to update. We replaced the living room sofa and sunroom chairs with new custom pieces. The paint was updated with an accent wall at the fireplace. A few of the original window treatments were changed to lighten things up and the wall-to-wall carpet was replaced with hardwood flooring and area rugs. Bedeckers Interiors completely overhauled the master bedroom with an upholstered headboard, new bedding and new window treatments. Updated accessories and lighting were the final touches of the redesign.