Debra Worthington


Debra WorthingtonDebra began working at E.A. Davis in 2012. Born and raised in the south, she has lived and worked in the Southwest before coming East. Debra has a B.S. in Interior Design from the University of Tennessee School of Architecture and Design. She is an Allied ASID member. Her interior projects include new construction, renovation, historic restoration and model homes. Debra happily works with clients anywhere in New England, including the Cape and Islands. She partners will with architects and has 20 plus years in Residential and Commercial Interior Design.

FAVORITE DESIGN PERIOD / MOVEMENT: Directoire, Federal, Neo classical!

MY STYLE WOULD BE DESCRIBED AS: Eclectic with understated elegance. Passion is the essence of my design philosophy; knowing how to read and treat space through the use of appropriate and essential interior architectural and design elements to blend and emanate a sense of beauty and continuity… “Homes need soul to reflect the people who live in them. When style is sophisticated with the use of clean crisp lines, rich color, and simple elegance it becomes timeless.” “Living, eating, loving and working” are what I take from European style so my clients can transition seamlessly to/from their home or office.

WHAT TRENDS DO YOU SEE COMING IN.. GOING OUT: Most recently IKATS and cultural fabrics have been hot in the USA but are fading somewhat . The fabric of choice has been LINEN. I see the next wave in pastel FLORALS , REGAL patterns. More. CHINTZ fabrics. Wallpapers are in and the trend coming back is the BORDER and the natural fibers ie GRASSCLOTHS remain strong. Colors trends: royal blues, vibrant purple and strong reds, together – think pastel florals and regal patterns to add that touch of class.

1ST DESIGN MEMORY: Personally remembering a childhood friend’s house. It was a stately brick colonial with white Doric columns in the front. The inside was warm and eclectic marrying antiques with modern touches. Some design elements I recall : The small over cabinets in the soffit of the Kitchen were doors with chicken wire fronts backlit while displaying beautiful dishes. The den was ‘reclaimed wood’ from a barn in the south with modern comfy sofas. Funny, I was introduced to ‘repurposing and recycling’ in my childhood!

ONE THING EVERY WELL DESIGNED ROOM HAS: Good lighting and balance.
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