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(203) 733 7680
TWEAK Interiors creates timelessly chic globally inspired spaces and offers a variety of 'pampering' services for your home. Operating throughout Fairfield County, Westchester and beyond.
Julia, the owner of Tweak Interiors has lived and breathed interior design since childhood when she was constantly 'tweaking' family and friends homes both literally and figuratively. She has a passion for clean lines, rich textures, symmetry, luxury finishes, global accents and all that is coastal,
Tweak covers everything from kitchen, bathroom and basement re-modelling, to home ballet studios, home-staging and the finishing touches which make your home a haven. No two homes are alike and rooms are curated to reflect your style using the finest materials within budget to complete the vision.
Client communication is key! Tweak Interiors collaborates with local architects, builders, fabricators, artisans and artists to seamlessly curate designs to suit your lifestyle and aesthetic. Julia personally manages and executes all the details of the the project for a seem-less experience creating a home that makes you truelly happy.
'Making your home beautiful inside and out'
Originally from the UK and having lived 25 years overseas in France, Switzerland, the U.S. & Hong Kong, Julia knows a thing or two about making a welcoming, elegant, functional home to come back to wherever that may be!
Inspired by a childhood spent in the UK, the famous wine-growing regions and coastal France plus overseas assignments and extensive travel in Europe, Asia, Indonesia, South East Asia, Japan, Africa, New Zealand, Australia and many other exotic locations, she has a passion for eclectic and globally inspired elements.
Julia lives in Fairfield County with her husband, 3 children, a delightful mini golden doodle, and their abundant chickens, Chanel, Chloe, Celine and their feathered friends. When she's not designing or spending time with family, she loves to run, hike, cycle, read, photograph, cook and travel -always on the look out for new inspiration.
"The best rooms have something to say about the people who live in them"