The Face of Stylish Spaces
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“My goal as a designer is to always provide my clients with a stylish yet comfortable home that meets their needs, makes them feel happy the second they walk in and, perhaps most important, fits their budget.”
— Patty Falck, Interior Designer
When Patty Falck launched her interior-design company, TaDa Interiors, she brought with her an extensive professional background in construction and artistry, as well as 35 years of experience in interior design. She also brought the knowledge and relationships gained from her 50-plus years as a Shore resident and former owner of TaDa, a popular retail storefront in Berlin that offered unique home accessories.
Patty’s unique experience has equipped her with exceptional insight for planning and executing local design projects. She operates TaDa Interiors as a full-service interior-design company, with capabilities ranging from selecting paint colors to facilitating the removal of walls. While Patty’s personal style is classic mixed with a hint of, well, “ta-da!” she applies her innate creativity as both a professional designer and artist to ensure her designs remain true to her clients’ personal styles. She also leverages her construction background to ensure her designs are structurally feasible and affordable.
Patty considers home design to be a personal, emotional and collaborative process.
“The process is personal because you need to really listen to clients to discover what they like and don’t like while keeping their budget in mind,” said Patty. “It’s emotional, as it often involves great life changes — moving, downsizing and deciding on what to keep or toss, just to name a few. The process becomes collaborative, because it takes cooperation when you are working on someone’s home.”
Following this mantra, Patty approaches each project by first consulting her clients to collectively determine how they envision the space to appear and how they intend to use it. Prior to creating a detailed, custom home design, Patty considers specific factors, such as whether there is any furniture her clients already own that could be reused and what their entertaining preferences may be.
“My goal as a designer is to always provide my clients with a stylish yet comfortable home that meets their needs, makes them feel happy the second they walk in and, perhaps most important, fits their budget,” said Patty.
Patty’s most recent creation was a full-scale design project at a waterfront home in Bishopville. Initially, the homeowners only requested her assistance with making furniture selections, but they quickly called upon her expertise to transform the entire house to feel more like their home. Patty’s detailed design, which included the removal of walls, upholds a scenic river view, accommodates large dinner parties and showcases a stunning residence which aligns with the homeowners’ personal style. She also enlisted the help of local craftsmen to create truly unique pieces, such as a custom bookcase, frames and a kitchen table.
Patty is looking forward to unveiling the final project and continuing to extend her design expertise to future clients.