Interior Decorating is my passion. I love working with clients to help them realize their interior visions. When I come to your home, I bring an extensive array of products covering the home furnishings market covering all styles from classic traditional to modern contemporary. I am able to show you samples of custom window treatments, bedding ensembles, floor covering, wall covering, accessories, lighting, upholstered furniture and case-goods so you don’t have to run around town!
Decorating your home can be stressful, with Decorating Den Interiors creating a space you love is easy! We know every project presents its own unique set of circumstances. We pride ourselves on working side by side with you to accomplish your design vision. We’ll discuss the specifics of your project, help determine the budget and make some preliminary design suggestions. Whether you want to decorate one room or your whole house, no project is too big or too small. Depending on the size of the project, we may be able to get started with just one meeting. Our initial design consultation is always complimentary.
Lorton is city located in Fairfax, Virginia and has a population of 18,610. The town is rich with history and was named after a village in the Lake District National Park, Cumbria in England by Joseph Plaskett, who opened the Lorton Valley, Virginia Post Office on November 11, 1875. This historical town was also the site of the a District of Columbia correctional facility called the Lorton Reformatory. Other historical landmarks include Gunston Hall, Belvoir, the Market, Woodlawn Plantation, and Mt. Vernon.
Mason Neck Lions Club – The Mason Neck Lions Club is comprised of men and women who volunteer their time to philanthropic causes in the Mason Neck and Lorton areas. The Mason Neck Lions Club accomplishes this by conducting service projects and raising funds. They strive to help the less fortunate, wherever the need exists and assist primarily in the areas of sight and hearing.
Workhouse Prison Museum at Lorton – The Workhouse Prison Museum offers a history of the D.C. Correctional Facility at Lorton, Virginia and includes many stories associated with its long history. The original Workhouse was created to rehabilitate and reform prisoners through fresh air, good food, honest work, and fair treatment.
George Mason’s Gunston Hall – George Mason’s Gunston Hall is a National Historic Landmark owned by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Built in 1755, Gunston Hall was meant to meet a variety of needs and continues to stimulate continuing public exploration of democratic ideals as first presented by George Mason in the 1776 Virginia Declaration of Rights.
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