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At Hammond Design, we're not just another pretty space. Our clients are busy people and want a home that makes them feel good. They also don't have the time or patience to take on a remodeling or redecorating project on their own. We help our clients navigate the overwhelming process of a redesign by listening carefully to address the functional needs of a space so it works perfectly. Once the spatial details have been taken care of, we work collaboratively with our clients to select each design element. Fusing our love of classic style with a dash of something unexpected, we fulfill our clients' taste and lifestyle wishes. When the project is complete, our clients have a graceful, cohesive place to call home.
Our award-winning residential interior design work has been featured on the pages of Design New England, Boston Globe Magazine, HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, The Wall Street Journal, and Houzz. We have completed projects throughout the Greater Boston area, Cape Cod, the Islands, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Seattle. Current projects include whole-home renovations in Arlington & Belmont, a master bath and guest bath renovation in Belmont, a kitchen and master suite renovation on a private cove in Gloucester, a whole-home redecoration project in Cambridge, and a penthouse condo renovation in Boston's North End. We are thrilled and honored to be a part of the 2017 Junior League Designer Show House coming this October in Belmont.
Melissa Hammond, Allied ASID, Founder and Principal Designer
Melissa holds an Interior Design degree from Bellevue College (WA). With more than 17 years of experience, Melissa is an expert in space planning and interior architecture. She can visualize how a space will look long before it's completed and will curate a collection of materials and finishes that work in harmony. Never one to be shy, she will introduce unique elements to each project to keep things fresh for her clients.
Meg Bennett, Design Associate
Meg holds a B.A. from Yale University and a J.D. from Boston University School of Law. She discovered her true passion when she dove into a career in interior design. Taking inspiration from fashion magazines, home furnishings boutiques, and Instagram, Meg creates modern yet timeless interiors for her clients.