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  • The Power of Interior Design
    Welcome to the world of interior design, where creativity meets functionality to transform spaces into stunning works of art. In this article, we will explore the latest trends, projects, and products in the interior design industry. From cutting-edge designs to timeless classics, we’ll delve into the world of interior design to inspire and inform you. So, let’s dive in and discover the … Read more
  • Elevate Your Business: The Power of Interior Design in Commercial Spaces
    In the world of business, the first impression is often the lasting one. And when it comes to leaving a lasting impression, the design of your commercial space plays a pivotal role. Beyond aesthetics, interior design for commercial spaces influences employee productivity, customer experiences, and the overall success of your business. In this blog, we’ll explore the significance of interior design in … Read more
  • Unlocking the Secrets of Timeless Interior Design
    In the ever-evolving world of interior design, trends come and go like seasons. What’s in vogue today may become passé tomorrow, leaving homeowners with a space that feels outdated. While trends have their place in the world of design, there’s something truly special about creating interiors that stand the test of time. Welcome to the realm of timeless interior design, where classic … Read more
  • Elevate Your Space: Transform Your Home with Our Expert Interior Design Services
    Are you looking to revitalize your living space, infusing it with style, functionality, and a touch of your unique personality? Look no further! Our interior design company is here to turn your dream home into a stunning reality. Why Choose Our Interior Design Services? When it comes to creating interiors that inspire and captivate, our team of experienced professionals is second to … Read more
  • Welcoming Natalia Latsios: Igniting Innovation in Business Development and Marketing
    We are thrilled to introduce the latest addition to our dynamic team, Natalia Latsios, a seasoned professional with a rich background in real estate and a passion for nurturing thriving client relationships. With over 7 years of experience as a successful real estate agent in Lancaster, and 15 years in entrepreneurship, Natalia brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise that will undoubtedly … Read more
  • Crossings At Conestoga Creek
  • Spring Furniture Trends
    Spring Interior Design Furniture Trends.
  • Downtown Penthouse
    Designed by Henrietta Heisler Interiors Inc.
  • A Legacy Eatery
    Designed by Henrietta Heisler Interiors Inc. If you are looking to design or renovate a restaurant of any size we are here to help.
  • A Revitalizing Moment
    A Fresh Take on Contemporary Design.
  • A Modern Renovation With A Neutral Palette
    Designed by Jena Murphy for Henrietta Heisler Interiors Inc. Photographed by Justin Tearney
  • An Energetic Refresh
    A Modern, Streamlined Commercial Space Designed by Nichole Hollinger for Henrietta Heisler Interiors Inc. Photographed by Justin Tearney
  • An Award-Winning Small Bathroom Design
    This compact Jack and Jill Bathroom won second place for Secondary Bathroom Category at the 2023 NKBA Professional Design Awards. Designed by Nichole Hollinger for Henrietta Heisler Interiors Inc. Photographed by Justin Tearney The objective for this compact 85 square foot Jack & Jill Bathroom was to provide updated functionality and a visual experience for the homeowner. The main design challenge of … Read more
  • Design for Modern Living
    A Contemporary Condo with a clean and modern aesthetic. Designed by Henrietta Heisler and Jena Murphy for Henrietta Heisler Interiors Inc. Photographed by Justin Tearney. 101NQ Living An interior design plan with an emphasis on natural lighting, ease of movement, and elevated living.
  • 3 Design Trends You Can Implement Immediately.
    With a gamut of design trends constantly shifting and morphing, we are sharing a few of our favorite design trends that can withstand the test of time and will keep your interiors relevant. When it comes to design trends, our Residential Interior Designer, Jena Murphy recommends starting with subtle details and design elements as a trial. By adding a touch of paint … Read more
  • Case Study: The Lincoln Center
    Henrietta Heisler Interiors Inc. Designed by Nichol Hollinger for Henrietta Heisler Interiors Inc. Photographed by Justin Tearney. THE LINCOLN CENTER (TLC) is a social enterprise company serving the Greater Philadelphia Area. Founded in 1970 by a behavioral health hospital, TLC is an entrepreneurial nonprofit providing innovative education, coaching, and counseling services to individuals and families, as well as grant writing and management … Read more
  • Tiffany Blue Kitchen
    Designed by Henrietta Heisler Interiors Inc. Photographed by Justin Tearney The Objective The objective of this luxury kitchen renovation was to transform a 30-year-old, closed off kitchen into a brighter, more contemporary working triangle with excellent storage space. We worked closely with our clients to create a plan for better flow and a more sophisticated ambiance for entertaining. For this renovation we … Read more
  • The Historic Revitalization of a Downtown Cornerstone.
    This historic building, once neglected and underused, now shines like a beacon at the corner of West Walnut and North Prince Street, sitting on a prime intersection at the gateway to downtown Lancaster and its thriving arts community. In 2017 Henrietta Heisler purchased the historic building. The restoration work needed was substantial. However, as the renovation commenced, it was as though this … Read more
  • An Unrecognizable Professional Kitchen Renovation; Before and After
    Turning a dull kitchen into a sun-soaked place to gather. Kitchen renovation demands a professional. There are a few rooms in the home that demand a professional’s expertise and the kitchen, being the heart of the home, is one of them. By hiring an interior design professional, one with reliable customer testimonies and reputable vendor relationships, you can not only build your … Read more
  • 8 Interior Design Trends for 2022
    The holiday remodeling bug should be hitting you soon enough. Far too many homeowners looking to redesign a space in their house contact us in the 3rd quarter wanting a new kitchen or bathroom by the holidays. By that time, it’s too late. If you want a brand-new dining room to host Thanksgiving dinner, now is the time to start planning! To … Read more
  • Interior Design for Basements with Low Light
    We are sharing our Interior Design know-how tactics to increase the brightness of a room with little to no natural lighting. Interior Designer Jena Murphy from the HHII team is shedding light on the best ways to brighten up a dimly lit room. 1. What are some different lighting options you consider when designing for a space with low light? Ambient lighting is usually the first … Read more
  • Case Study: Columbia Place
    Over the last year we have had the pleasure of working with the Reybold Group in planning an active adult community of luxury townhouses, single-family homes and condos. The Columbia Place development is strategically located in the Talleyville area of Wilmington, DE, with an easy commute to Philadelphia, West Chester, Maryland, and beaches. The site is nearly 15 acres and has a … Read more
  • Standing Up to Racism
    Following the tragic killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and many other black men and women, our team has been confronting the realities of systemic, institutionalized racism. Our eyes are being opened to the bias that exists in our everyday lives, our privilege, as well as discrimination in our industry. It has taken us a long time to share this … Read more
  • HOW TO MEASURE A ROOM PART 3: Pictures & Final Measurements
    We’re at the end of the room measuring journey! Now it’s time for photos and final measurements that help to ensure that new items will fit in your home.
  • HOW TO MEASURE A ROOM PART 2: Create an Elevation
    A useful measuring guide, learn how to create you own room elevation drawing.
  • HOW TO MEASURE A ROOM PART 1: Creating a Floor Plan
    Use this easy guide to create an accurate floor plan.
  • A Thoughtful Compact Laundry Room
    This little laundry room uses hidden tricks to modernize and maximize limited space. The main wall features bumped out upper cabinets above the sink for increased storage. Next to the cabinets are open shelves that allow space for the air vent on the back wall. This fan was faux painted to match the cabinets – blending in so well you wouldn’t even … Read more
  • 2020 Colors of the Year
    One of the quickest and simplest ways to update your home is by adding a fresh coat of paint. Color has the power to transform a room, whether it’s a bold accent wall or an unexpected painted ceiling. No matter which room you’re in, adding a new color to your walls is the perfect way to make a striking change. And because … Read more
  • Interior Design Trends 2019
    Republished with permission. Original article published on With 2019 set to be another great year for innovative, stylish interiors, we can’t wait to share our interior design trend forecast with you. If you’re wondering what color to paint your bedroom, what furniture to invest in or what the hottest new trend is going to be, this is the perfect article for … Read more
  • Tips to Brighten Your Spaces
    The days are slowly getting longer and we can’t wait until there is more natural light streaming in our windows! In the meantime, our thoughts turn to brightening spaces indoors. Selecting the right light fixtures are crucial to the feel of your space – the fixture shouldn’t overpower, but needs to be large enough to balance the room. Correct sizing depends on … Read more
  • Top Trends from High Point
    Fall High Point Market is the industry’s largest home furnishings trade show, with almost 2000 exhibitors. It is full of innovative products and sneak peeks of what’s to come. While there we noticed some trends sticking around and others undergoing transformation. In the color arena, we took note that though beige has been predicted to replace grey as everyone’s favorite neutral, grey isn’t … Read more
  • Creating Comfort in Cramped Spaces
    We have all felt that we could use a little more space. If you’ve already cleared out your clutter, and you’re still feeling cramped, it may be time to redesign, to create a look and feel that is more expansive without moving walls. One of the ways to make a room feel larger is to draw the eye up. Accent ceilings have … Read more
  • Express Yourself Through Maximalism
    As predicted, maximalism is one of this year’s biggest trends, bringing fun and happiness into our interiors. We’re seeing it at tradeshows, in furniture design, fabric and wallpaper prints, and accessories. Maximalism embraces the delicate and intricate, the bold and contrasting, with luxurious fabric, rich color, metallic accents, and layered patterns. It says “more is more” in contrast to minimalism’s “less is … Read more
  • Avoid Common Color Pitfalls
    Color is powerful, evokes strong emotions, and alters moods. Bold colors and large prints are “in” right now, and we don’t see them going away anytime soon! These colors come with their own challenges though. What should you pay attention to when updating to a more energetic color scheme? Yellow is timeless, optimistic, stimulating, and cheerful, but the wrong shade can be … Read more
  • Creatively Find Storage This Fall
    It’s that time of year again: summer is wrapping up, school is about to start, and many of us are thinking about the flurry of activity to come. Seasonal changes signal the start of new morning routines, a warmer wardrobe, and tidying up after the fun of summer. Luckily there are many design solutions to incorporate storage into our homes, including decorative … Read more
  • Sustainable Innovations for Interiors on the Rise
    Using green, sustainable, Fair Trade (GSFT) products and materials are increasing in popularity and use across all industries, and interior design is no exception. By using environmentally sustainable products we can do our part to reduce energy consumption, use of natural resources, and lessen toxins for our clients and others that use the spaces we design. More and more manufacturers are increasing … Read more
  • Tell Your Story with Unique Pieces
    Do you have a pair of shoes, eyeglasses, or a jacket that others covet? Of course you do, some of us have many items and some a few. It always feels great when someone admires something you are wearing. It provides us with a sense of pride, boosts our confidence for the day, and can start a conversation. In the interior of … Read more
  • The Values of Home Staging
    Planning the next step in life and thinking about selling your home in the near future? Should you invest in professional staging? Realtors agree staging by a professional designer or stager is necessary and valuable. Potential buyers entering a home need to visualize themselves and their belongings in each space. In a recent survey, 81% of buyers said it is easier to … Read more
  • 5 Tips to Transform Your Interiors
    You may have heard that well designed interior spaces can transform lives. What can be done to improve an interior space? There are many features that can be updated in your home or office to enhance quality of life. A thought out interior environment can improve health, wellbeing and productivity. Read on for some easy ways to update an interior. 1 – … Read more
  • Pop Goes the Future – KBIS 2018
    It wasn’t just cool, visually inspiring, and innovative designs that created magic at this year’s KBIS show, Cindy Allen, editor of Interior Design magazine and a big influencer in design, was the keynote speaker. The show certainly lived up to her topic, “POP goes the future.” There were “Pops” everywhere, in pattern, color, new/improved products, as well as both modern and retro … Read more
  • Interior Design Considerations When Choosing LED Lights
    LED lights are an excellent choice for your home or office for a variety of reasons. For instance, they offer exceptional value for your money. Many people fail to realize this and other fundamental differences between LED lights and traditional ones. Others do not know what they should consider when buying these kinds of fixtures. Here is some comprehensive information on LED … Read more
  • The Endangered Dinner Party
    The dinner party is an endangered social gathering. Hosting a dinner party was once a standard form of entertaining friends and families. Unfortunately, there are less and less people hosting. I applaud the few wonderful souls who do entertain small intimate groups with delicious home cooked meals. Those invited should know that a private home dinner party invitation is a coveted one. … Read more
  • 2018 Color Forecast
    A new year is here and color forecasts are plenty. One thing that all 2018 color forecasts seem to have in common is the movement towards rich, intense, and fun colors instead of pastels as seen in recent years.  Benjamin Moore has selected Caliente, a strong, energetic red. It is a versatile color, conveying romance, and warmth. The palette built around it … Read more
  • A Classic Texture Makes a Comeback
    Last month at High Point’s Fall Furniture Market, I was once again on a mission to find design trends. I found a few new and interesting trends, but my favorite this season is Shagreen. Have you ever heard of shagreen? If not, you will because, one you are reading this article : )  and two you will be seeing a resurgence of … Read more
  • Warming Up with Interior Design
    With cooler weather come lots of opportunities to warm up our home design. Read on for great tips on how to stay toasty this fall and winter. One of our favorite ways to warm is by adding textile layers. Keep optional throws and quilts out in the open by hanging them on armchairs and couches, or lay at the foot of beds. … Read more
  • Mid-Mod – A Lasting Trend!
    I was recently in upstate NY and found myself gazing into a cool vintage shop, thinking I spied an original Egg Chair, a Mid-century modern furniture piece designed the year I was born by Danish architect Arne Jacobsen. What a find! Mid-century modern furniture is known for its sleek, simple lines, ode to nature and clever designs. This design style reached its … Read more
  • Closet Design Basics
    This summer I visited friends in St. Paul, Minnesota and toured a beautifully restored mansion built by James J. Hill and his wife. The 36,000 square foot, over-the-top home features intricately carved mahogany details, crystal chandeliers, a three-story pipe organ and grand everything. Even the closets and storage were amazing and very organized, especially considering that the house was completed in 1891. … Read more
  • Tips for Glowing Hardwood Floors
    Most houses in School Lane Hills have beautiful wood floors – however, many have not had the proper care to show it! Following are a few tips to keep your wood floors looking great for a long time. Vacuum or sweep wood floors regularly with a soft-bristled attachment or broom. This prevents gritty dirt and particle buildup from scratching the wood’s surface. … Read more
  • Create Harmony, Strength and Sophistication
    I am often asked: What colors are “in” right now? There are a variety of areas where color trends show up. I’m sure you’ve recently observed stores, ads and magazines filled with clothing, home furniture and accessories softened by an ethereal dusty pink. Charcoal gray walls paired with a dusty rose sofa can be stunning. When looking around you may notice that … Read more
  • A New Color Takes the Lead
    At High Point’s Spring Furniture Market, I was determined to find the most popular color. Any guesses? It wasn’t Pantone color of the year, Greenery, it was blue – in all of its wonderful shades, tints, and values. We saw stunning sapphire, azure, beryl, cerulean, cobalt, indigo, navy, royal, sky blue, baby blue, robin’s egg, cyan, cornflower, midnight blue, slate, steel, Prussian … Read more