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Robin Adams Design
Robin Adams Design

Robin Adams Design

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Hired 4 times

1 employee

18 years in business

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Anthony F.

Working with Robin was a pleasure. As an architectural millwork fabricator, I am always looking for new ways to optimize time both in the office and on the shop floor. She worked with us in many instances where her abilities and vision in the many aspects of 3D modeling helped greatly with engineering and design during the shop drawing process. The execution and accuracy of the work was positively impacted by the work we were able to do up front. I was so impressed by Robin's creativity, that I asked her to design clothing for my cycling team as well as currently redesign my company logo and help define a brand. I see many opportunities in the future that I will call on her for assistance, knowing that every time that I do, her positive energy and attitude will make the project easier and the final product perfect. Anthony Fabrizio Owner, Fabrizio Corporation
May 13, 2016
David B.

Interior Design

Robin helped us choose paint and decor colors as well as a kitchen back-splash. She was great to work with. Attentive, provided great advice, and even got us some free tile to get us started! Highly recommend!
May 15, 2016
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John e.

Interior Design

It was a fun process to work with Robin, she provided good ideas for a new layout to out living room and playroom.
Jun 8, 2016
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FAQs

  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    I prefer to charge by the hour as opposed to base a fee on a percentage of the budget. Some small projects require a lot of attention and some large projects can be completed relatively quickly. I don't want to be incentivized by homeowner expenditure. The appropriate solution may not be buying all new furniture, art, lighting and accessories. It's fun to work with beloved items that mean a lot to my clients.

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    NCIDQ certified since 2005; LEED accredited since 2006; CDT; Interior Design degree from Cornell University (Bachelor of Science in Design & Environmental Analysis)

  • What types of customers have you worked with?

    Homeowners and apartment dwellers locally in Boston and the surrounding suburbs, as well as, homeowners and developers nationally and internationally.

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