About: Helen Sharritt

Helen Sharritt Interiors has been designing since 1985 with practices in the Chicagoland and San Francisco Bay area, including wine country in northern California. With graduate degrees from UC Berkeley and the New York School of Interior Design, Helen Sharritt puts years of design experience to work for you, creating a personalized home environment for you and your family.

Recent Posts by Helen Sharritt

Interior Design Trends for 2023

Interior design is constantly evolving, and 2023 promises to bring some exciting new trends to the forefront. From bold colors to sustainable materials, these trends are all about making your home a comfortable and stylish reflection of your unique personality. Here are some of the most popular interior design trends for 2023.

The Perils Of Deferred Maintenance

Often times I hear my clients tell me that there are added benefits to working with me, besides fantastic design and service.

Good Design and Clutter Cannot Co-Exist

Over the years, I have seen this happen time and time again, it’s almost a universal problem over time, and I realize that I need to address it in a blog post. That is that good design and clutter cannot co-exist!  In general a design project looks it’s very best, upon completion. Now I am Continue Reading

Best Christmas Message Ever

Just wanted to share this wonderful Christmas thank-you message from one of my clients: Hi Helen, I’m a lousy correspondent with a million excuses, but it in no way reflects my gratitude to all that you have done for me.  You have no idea how big of an influence you have been on me and Continue Reading

Fire Victims: Half Off Design Services

Located in Santa Rosa, I am extending half-price design services to those affected by the recent fires in Sonoma County. Coming very close to losing my own home in the Tubbs fire that ripped through Sonoma County, and being evacuated for a week, I have been thinking how best I can serve my community in Continue Reading

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