The Organized Kitchen – Meet the Panel.8 Min.
We are very excited for our upcoming Boston Design Week event, The Organized Kitchen. Our panel represents a wealth of knowledge in kitchen design, interiors and organization. So, let’s meet our panel!
Kelly Rogers works with her clients to create family-friendly homes with decidedly “grown-up” style. She specializes in designing spaces that are polished, yet comfortable, colorful, yet serene, and beautiful, yet durable. Kelly’s signature style ranges from traditional to transitional, and incorporates classical design motifs, global influences, fresh color, and unique pattern combinations – but no two projects (or clients) are alike! She eschews formulaic approaches to create truly original, customized interior spaces with equal parts elegance, simplicity, and practicality. Her eponymous design firm is based in Newton, Massachusetts. Kelly is a certified architectural color consultant, author of the design blog Interiors for Families, and a member of IFDA. Her work has been featured in HGTV Magazine, The Boston Globe, ID Boston, Boston Common, Houzz, Wayfair and on several blogs and digital publications. A graduate of Williams College, Kelly resides in Newton with her husband, two young sons, and their beagle.
In her 10+ year career as a professional organizer, Doris Hasbun has consistently demonstrated an ability to understand her clients’ needs and wants, envision and clearly communicate solutions, and design and implement projects efficiently. Doris specializes in custom residential organization and residential moves/relocations, serving the greater Boston area. For many of her clients, the kitchen is center of the home and she is able to help them make their kitchens an easier and more enjoyable and appealing space in which to work and entertain. Doris resides in Marblehead, MA., with her husband and 13-year-old daughter. She loves entertaining guests, spending time with friends and family, and cares deeply about our environment.
Pamela Gould is an interior designer with decades of experience working in commercial and residential spaces. She specializes in kitchen and bathroom design and has designed and installed hundreds of kitchens and bathrooms during her career. At Jewett Farms + Co. Pam conceptualizes residential kitchens, baths, closets and pantries creating functional and unique spaces. Jewett Farms’ products are completely custom so Pam works with clients to design around any space. Pam also spent 14 years managing the remodeling department at Alvin Hollis. She was involved in every step of the renovation, from design, through construction to completion. Pam believes that custom design involves a lot of patience, both on behalf of the designer and the client. Sometimes she finds herself playing marriage counselor in order to negotiate the perfect design for the space, and the family.
If you have visited the Jewett Farms + Co. Boston showroom then you have probably met Paula. Originally from Brazil, Paula has been part of the JF team since we opened our doors in Boston, she now manages our showroom. Paula’s design ideology is centered around making the functional more beautiful, and she has a tool box full of tricks to make this happen. Paula has a degree in interior architecture from Miami University and has worked in the design industry in Boston, and around the world for the last 15 years. Paula lives in Boston’s North End with her husband and 6 year old daughter where she enjoys the city’s history and culture. Paula’s work for Jewett Farms + Co. can be found on our website – check it out.
Each of our panelists will be available after the discussion for short, one on one consultations. Bring your challenges and problem areas and let them give you their best advice.
RSVP today and join us on Thursday, March 28th from 2 pm – 3 pm at the Jewett Farms + Co. showroom in the Boston Design Center.