Interior design duo Mimi & Stephanie Horton take on projects large and small with great attention to detail, and transform them into chic, beautiful and very livable spaces.
The Horton Design look is neither traditional nor contemporary, but rather a fusion of styles, periods
They strive to give clients the perfect balance of classic and modern elements that will defy labels and endure
changing trends. High quality goods, interesting fabrics, unexpected accent pieces and fresh color palettes are hallmarks of their style.
Most of all, the firm believes that everyone should experience the joy of living with things they love.
Mimi is a seasoned professional in the decor industry, founding Horton Design Associates in 1970 over fifty years ago. She created the firm's signature look, which has been described as "Nantucket preppy meets California urbane." Previously, she worked at Vogue magazine and attended the New York School of Interior Design. Horton Design has been listed as one of Town & Country's top design firms to watch.
Stephanie has been in the interior design business for over 20 years. Prior to joining Horton Design, she worked for renowned antiques dealer John Rosselli in New York City, and managed the exclusive line of fabrics Robert Kime, the London-based textile manufacturer and decorator to HRH the Prince of Wales. She is the Home Editor at Serendipity magazine, and lives locally with her husband and twin boys.