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Eric Haydel Design

1 Design Center Pl #427
Boston, MA 02210
Company Profile: 

Boston-based interior designer and luxury trade showroom owner Eric Haydel is forging a path with a modern-day design business model. His team services clients for bespoke interiors nationally, while he curates a collection of of-the-minute textiles and furnishings for Eric Haydel Showroom and The M-Geough Company. As New England ASID President, he enjoys a platform to teach and engage his fellow designers, while traveling to speak for Domotex USA in Atlanta, to design for Holiday House in New York and as a Style Spotter for IMC High Point Market. Eric’s full-spectrum approach to the industry keeps him ahead of the trends, while rooted in the classics. He is constantly in motion designing interiors and products for clients and colleagues, with his momentum driving innovation for new business models for success in the new normal.

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Colorful home office by Eric Haydel Design
Interior designer Eric Haydel, principal of Eric Haydel Design and owner of the Eric Haydel Showroom at the Boston Design Center, wants to know what you’re comfortable with. That way, he can “push you towards the uncomfortable,” he says, and you’re going to love it. It’s not that he won’t listen. Quite the contrary. In fact, he believes that when working with a designer your voice should be heard...
Nautical blue and white entryway designed by SLC Interiors
We pledge allegiance to spaces and styles that celebrate the all-American motifs. The featured designs incorporate stars or stripes or both, giving a nod to Old Glory. Whether subtle, as in the crisp Nantucket entryway (shown above) conceived by SLC Interiors, where a set of constellations suspended from a midnight-blue ceiling softly illuminate a space that points all to the beach, or more overt...
Colorful bar inspired by Mardi Gras by Eric Haydel Design
When we think of New Orleans, we think of that heady, hedonistic place that is a feast for the senses. Spanish moss, French Quarter architecture, Bourbon Street jazz, voodoo and Carnival come to mind, and they are enchanting visions indeed. And, while these New Orleans standards seem impossibly far away to us here in New England, we couldn’t help but source a few projects that evoke these...