ABOUT THE FIRM

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More than a decade after opening Huff Harrington Fine Art and Huff Harrington Home, we founded Huff Harrington Design, a full-service interior design firm that is deep-rooted with a passion for beautiful furnishings and chic, classic interior design. 

 

We’ve always been inspired by timeless interiors that embody a magical mix of old and new, elegant elements and rich textures. We love spaces that appeal to all the senses and that marry beauty with function. We love spaces where 18th century heirlooms sit right next to mid-century modern pieces – and mostly, we love rooms where memories are made.
 

We offer everything from design consultation to full project management, procurement and installation. We work with architects, builders, contractors and skilled craftspeople to ensure that each project, no matter what its scope or size, receives the most exceptional expertise.

 

Our design team is dedicated to obsessing over the details, taking the guesswork and stress out the process and designing perfect, luxurious and bespoke spaces that reflect you and your lifestyle.

MEET THE DESIGNERS

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Trudy Stump 

designer 

With a background in interior design and visual merchandising honed over the years working for brands like Gap and Serena and Lily, Trudy heads our interior design team.
 

She’s a creative visionary who oversees all phases of our projects’ design process, from the initial concept, project management and procurement to final installation.

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Heather Parker 

designer 

Heather has spent years in the design business bringing her elegant sense of style, taste - and her love of color - to countless Huff Harrington projects. 
 

She’s a stickler for details and relentless in her commitment to a smooth design process. 

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Wren Caples 

designer 

Wren joined Huff Harrington in 2019 after years in the design world, including as a lead designer at Atlanta’s Serena and Lily.   
 

Wren brings an eye for combining and layering neutrals and adding textural elements to create cohesive and quiet spaces.