We are truly appreciative to our clients for the opportunities they give us to do our best work and to the editors for recognizing our firm in the domain of luxury traditional design.
Salem, Massachusetts (PRWEB) November 02, 2016
Northshore, a lifestyle magazine published by RMS Media Group, recently celebrated its 11th Annual “Best of North Shore” (BONS) awards. The Reader’s Choice and Editor’s Choice awards are presented to businesses on the North Shore of Boston, Massachusetts. New this year is Northshore Magazine’s Home awards in the category of “Nest” and the interior design firm of Wilson Kelsey Design was presented with the Editor’s Choice and Reader’s Choice Award for Traditional Interior Design. “We have had such a positive response to the Home issue and the “BONS Nest” category in general, that we felt it was time to expand BONS into all things related to the home. We collaborated with experts in the home design field for our editors’ choices and asked our readers to cast their votes for their favorites,” notes Nancy E. Berry, editor of Northshore and Northshore Home. The categories included best interior designer, architect, builder and landscaper.
“We are thrilled to have received Northshore Home Magazine’s 2016 Editor's Choice and Reader's Choice Best of Northshore (BONS) Home Award for Traditional Interior Design,” notes Sally Wilson, ASID and John Kelsey. “We are truly appreciative to our clients for the opportunities they give us to do our best work and to the editors for recognizing our firm in the domain of luxury traditional design.” The award applauds Wilson Kelsey Design’s warm, professional style and their ability to produce great results while keeping the process effortless.
Wilson Kelsey Design is led by the husband and wife team of John Kelsey and Sally Wilson, ASID, who began working together over 30 years ago while at an international architectural office. They formed Wilson Kelsey Design and formalized their office in 1996. Wilson Kelsey Design is now an award-winning luxury residential and commercial interior design firm serving clients in Greater Boston, North Shore, South Shore, Cape & Islands and beyond. They are best known for their creativity and fastidious attention to detail. By understanding and anticipating the functional and emotional needs of their clients, Wilson Kelsey Design is able to create an aesthetic vision on par with their clients’ personalities.
ABOUT WILSON KELSEY DESIGN
Praised for creating elegant, yet genuinely livable homes, Wilson Kelsey Design has been published both locally and nationally and has received numerous regional and national awards including Ocean Home Magazine’s 2016 Top Interior Designers; The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (ICAA) New England Chapter’s Bulfinch award for Best Residential Interior Design and Interior Renovation; and the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) New England Design Excellence First Place Awards for a Residential Bath and a Residential Space. Based outside of Boston, Massachusetts, the duo of John Kelsey, CAPS and Sally Wilson, ASID is unique in that they bridge the gap between architect and decorator. They share a strong technical background, and in organizing their firm, they have divided the labor between them into the “hard” and the “soft”. John Kelsey masterminds interior architectural detailing, cabinet design, lighting, interior construction drawings, construction field supervision, and consultant coordination. Sally Wilson initiates and implements project concepts inclusive of interior design, furniture, decorative lighting, antiques, fabrics, color and finish selections. The homes they design are elegant and sophisticated but always with a sense of comfort and livability.
ABOUT NORTHSHORE MAGAZINE
Published by RMS Media Group based in Andover, Massachusetts, Northshore magazine is a regional lifestyle magazine exclusively for the North Shore of Boston, Massachusetts. It reaches more than 200,000 print and digital readers and is available by subscription, digital formats, and on select newsstands. nshoremag.com / @northshoremag