A Styling Library Corner

Back in June, we moved our studio from our little Design Speakeasy – hidden in Downtown New Bedford inside @theindigospacompany, without a sign or even a clearly marked entry, to a more prominent and visible location at 130 Main Street in Fairhaven. Growing

Tapper Richards Interiors – Published!

Tapper Richards Interiors was proudly featured in the 2019 Home & Holiday issue of the South Coast Almanac.  Working in a historic home with such gorgeous architectural details was truly amazing.  We helped the current owners furnish and accessorize

Where to Find Us

Thank you for visiting!   We took a long hiatus from blogging to parent two small children, run the design business, have a third baby and move four times.  I’m not kidding – we moved four times last year.  Anyway, we are now safe and sound in our

Before & After – Historic Home – Kitchen

Historic Fairhaven Home Kitchen Before  & After Pictures This gorgeous kitchen had already been renovated when I came on the scene.  The clients knocked it out of the park on their selections.  The design dilemma  here was adding the

Historic Fairhaven Home – Family Room Project Pics

Historic Fairhaven Home Formal Living Room Before & After Pictures _____________________________________________________________________________ Before After _____________________________________________________________________________ Before After

Tapper Richards Interiors Project – Home Office

Here are some after pictures of a recent installation.  Great project, excellent clients, amazing contractors and just the right amount of finishing touch mixed with practical organization.  Done and done! Project goals:  Upgrade and update the

When it is a Little Too Overwhelming…

When your organizational task seems overwhelming, I submit this strategy – in remembrance of my Father-in-Law, Tim Richards.  This was one of his very handy organizing strategies.  He was an engineer by training and a successful business man

Monday Night on Winnipesaukee Mini-project

We’re on holiday with the family at “The Point House,” and after a couple days of relaxation I got myself into this mini-project.  Subject:  Game Closet Dilemma:  After sharing the house with multiple families and renters