Julie Hubbard’s modern Roswell farmhouse is decorated for the holidays, but it doesn’t scream “IT’S CHRISTMAS TIME.” The gentle neutral tones, fresh garland and earthy ornaments and decor hum softly, “it’s Christmas and you’re welcome here.”
With decades of experience in interior design, Julie brings a honed confidence and worldliness to all her projects with Juliet Designs Home. Her home is a reflection of her studied search for modern classics, bespoke pieces and thoughtful touches. If you’ve been to the Cotton Mill Exchange or Scott’s Antique Mart, you, you may have seen her booths. She has three at Cotton Mill and is a regular at Scott’s. And, she shops regularly there for clients and staging projects. She often works with realtors and has a fan in Mary Ellen Vanaken.
Juliet Designs Home was established in 2015. Julie's love of home decor transformed her business from decorating for her friends and renovating her own home to interior design and opening up her home decor shop in Canton as well as an online store. She finds joy in curating home decor that brings warmth and comfort to a room. For this holiday issue, Julie decorated the most important rooms: the family room, dining room, kitchen and her guest carriage house. Most of these stunning products are available in her shop at Cotton Mill Exchange in Canton and at her online store.
“My team and I choose to work with Julie because of her years of experience in the home decor and design industry, as well as her love and passion for home decorating. She has the ability to turn a dull room or home into one that is inviting,” says Mary Ellen. “We love her style and decor because she is up to date with the latest trends and brings a feeling of warmth and comfort to a room while reflecting the personality of her clients.”
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