Bonnie Ammon
A multipurpose room answers all the requirements for gathering, eating and studying, with a seven-foot table, built-in storage and a comfortable window seat overlooking wooded grounds.
Bonnie Ammon designed the dining room with bright orange hues that evoke a feeling of happiness.
Bonnie Ammon
A multipurpose room answers all the requirements for gathering, eating and studying, with a seven-foot table, built-in storage and a comfortable window seat overlooking wooded grounds.
Bonnie Ammon designed the dining room with bright orange hues that evoke a feeling of happiness.

Design Visionary: Bonnie Ammon

Bonnie Ammon Interiors

Interiors by Bonnie Ammon reflect each client’s personality and style, with attention to detail and commitment to quality.

How has the pandemic affected the future of design?
Our homes have become a place to work, learn, exercise and relax. Multi-use areas allow families to function together while also providing a retreat at the end of the day. These areas are not going away but are becoming more popular.

What is your philosophy on home as a sanctuary?
Our surroundings have a profound effect on our physical and emotional well-being. Home should be a place where we feel safe, calm and rejuvenated when we walk through the door. If you don’t have that happy-to-be-home feeling, it’s probably time for a redo.

What changes from the past year are here to stay?
Since the pandemic, I’ve noticed my clients wanting more and more color. The day of the all-neutral interior is ending and I think color is here to stay.

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