Interior Designer in Florham Park New Jersey

Need a interior designer to help design or decorate your place in Florham Park NJ 07932, look no further Interior Design Arts can help you to convert your space in to a work of art.

 

florham-park Whether you live in New York, have a ranch in the suburbs or a chic urban townhouse or condo, establishing a good relationship with an interior designer is often just what is needed to lift you to the top of the social circle and put you ahead of the curve style wise. Interior design goes far beyond selecting fabrics and fluffing up pillows. It is a real profession which requires many years of education, on field experience and constant study. An interior designer, just like an architect, uses precise planning and project management skills, material knowledge and lots of creativity to envisage the whole, wonderful end result of any project he or she undertakes. A good designer has own, well established "signature" style which includes a unique take on combining colors, textures, fabrics, furniture, lighting fixtures and accessories. Your designer must not only pull together your home in a way that suits his or her style - but, also surprise and delight you so that you will be happy for years to come. However, you have to remember that purchases always add up, so don't bite off more than you can chew. It is better to do less - even if it is only one room at a time - than to scatter your dollars here, there and everywhere. You don't want to end up with half finished rooms that can never satisfy. Remember, interior designers are professionals, so let them do what they are good at and have been trained for. Your designer needs to take the lead while at the same time making sure to educate you and see to it that your goals and ideas are put into their work.

 

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The area that is now Florham Park was first settled by the English sometime between 1680 and 1700, and the community was long recognized as a prime farming area. The area was known for the manufacture of quality brooms, which was the source of one of its names, Broomtown. Through its history, the area was known as Hoppingtown, Broomtown, Columbia, Afton, and finally Florham Park. It was part of Hanover Township, then Chatham Township before being incorporated as Florham Park in 1899.Florence Vanderbilt (1854-1952), granddaughter of Cornelius Vanderbilt, renowned as the richest man in America, and her husband, financier, Hamilton McKown Twombly, came to the Morris County countryside in 1887, joining over 100 other millionaires who owned sprawling country retreats. They fancied an English-style country mansion in a stately park setting. "Florham," built on 840 acres (3.4 km2), one of America's finest Gilded Age homes, was the result. The couple named their new estate "Florham," a combination of their first names, Florence and Hamilton.The second part to the name "Florham Park" received its name from a second mansion in town that was on about 1,000 acres (4 km2) of land. It used to lie where the current Brooklake Country Club is located. It was owned by Dr. Leslie Ward -- one of the founders of the Prudential Insurance Company and the first vice president of the company -- and was named "Brooklake Park", partially because of the beautiful lake that was on the property.Both of these families were supporters of many civic projects including the petitioning of the State of New Jersey to create their own town. On March 20, 1899, the governor signed the bill, making Florham Park a borough. The new town was named after Florence and Hamilton Twombly's and Dr. Ward's estates.