Cambridge, MA 617-876-5121
Truro, MA 508-349-7525
Massachusetts Interior Design Coalition,
the organization that pushed, and finally
won in late 2014, legislation that allows interior designers to bid on state work.
When she is not engaged with a client project or volunteering for ASID, she
and Bill often can be found at the vacation house they bought in North Bridgton,
Maine, in 2008. The 1½-story brick house,
built in 1840, has an attached barn and
needs work, most of which they are doing
themselves. (What else would an interior
designer and an architect do?) “We love the
change of pace,” says Finnerty. “Even when
we are working, it is a nice break from city
life.” And a nice place to let life happen.
though they do share studio space (top) in an
old industrial building in Charlestown and on
occasion collaborate on projects, Jeanne and
Bill Finnerty operate as separate sole
proprietors. Jeanne holds sketches of their
vacation house and barn in Maine (above),
where the couple are happily joining forces in
an ongoing renovation.
Finnerty Design 523 Medford Street, Studio 3C,
Charlestown, MA, 617-241-2255; finnertydesign.com.
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