Bluestein design

 

Deborah Bluestein

 

Allied Member of The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), and Allied Member of the Graphic Artists Guild, Deborah Bluestein works in multiple areas of design and writing. She has created kitchens, baths, annual reports, commemorative medals, billboards, as well as written articles on lifestyle issues.

She assists clients in uncovering, claiming and expressing their personal style in living and work spaces, and the promotional materials they use to present themselves and their businesses to the outside world.

Image creation without doing the work of “Identity Discovery” leaves you with the sense of living in someone else's world. Deborah considers herself not only a designer but also a midwife who encourages her clients to access and express their own creativity.

An artist, writer and communication specialist for over 25 years, Deborah studied painting and printmaking at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, Italy and Bennington College in Vermont. She has an MFA degree in creative writing from Emerson College. She combines many years as a graphic designer with her interior design and hands-on construction and teaching experience.

She has created two- and three-dimensional installations in corporate, residential and religious settings. Deborah combines her talents in the visual realm with her own hard-earned mastery over clutter, high stress living and unnecessary spending.

Hunting through client closets, attics and basements to find your hidden treasures, she can breathe new color into your physical world and uplift your spirit at the same time.

Her numerous resources in the home improvement, printing, graphics and allied industries guarantee clients the greatest return for their investment dollars. She charges by the hour whether she’s offering a color consult for your home, rescuing key pieces from your wardrobe, or designing a logo for that entrepreneurial venture you’re finally ready to pursue.

In addition to the space management blog connected to this website, you can read Deborah’s frequent commentary on a variety of subjects and view some of her images of Boston and beyond by visiting her blog at http://bluesteindesign.blogspot.com



 




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A strong advocate for Aging in Place solutions that enable older people to adapt their existing living spaces to enhance their lives, Deborah includes the notion of universal, barrier-free design as an important consideration at the outset of all interior design projects.