In the Northeast where I reside, the difference in exposure to sunlight fluctuates greatly according to the seasons. Not only does this directly affect our moods it affects the ambiance or, as the Dutch say best, gezelligheid, of our interiors. And now, as the days begin to shorten, I think about natural light and how to luxuriate in it, creating its full potential for beauty and comfort in interior spaces no matter the season.
So often, being a part of this very personal process of decoration, my spirit remains with the family, my heart full of hopes and dreams for this family and home. It was abundantly clear the significance of this home and the work they were willing to put in with us.
We are thrilled to be one of the few North American vendors for these beautiful guinea hens and proud to offer the largest color selection of this product in the USA. As always we offer free shipping and expert advice on coordinating color choices and groupings for your hen collection. We are offering some really fun holiday promotions including discounts on families of hens, a hen giveaway, and our new video series “The Secret Life of Henrietta”.
An interior designer for all of her professional life, Ann Henderson finds her work enriching. She views life much the same way; a patchwork of fabric swatches, if you will, that represent important benchmarks, such as growth, maturation, strength, appreciation and faith.
AHI is proud to volunteer for this Years’s Building on Hope project at Opportunity Networks in Amherst NH.
Ann Henderson Interiors was recently featured in NH Home Magazine Designing the Forgotten Spaces
Ann Henderson Interiors recently hosted the Keene Chamber of Commerce “Business After Hours”.
Ann Henderson Interiors’ work has also been featured in: Accent Home & Garden (September 2003; September 2007); Maine Home Design (November 2007); New Hampshire Magazine (September 2004).
AHI, “The Art Of Inside” is proud to present its first annual “Art of the Bike” event, running the entire month of May with weekly specials and promotions celebrating the bike.
For designer Ann Henderson, a single oil painting—Winslow Homer’s 1876 Breezing Up—was the origin of her design for the estate’s great room.