Polly Corn Design is a unique interior design firm specializing in creating living and work spaces that nurture, motivate and inspire the people living and working within them.
Recognizing that our physical environments have a strong effect on how we feel and work, we identify your unique needs, tastes, and personal and professional goals, to create spaces that reflect who you are, and support your well-being.
Polly B. Corn:
A native northern Californian Polly re-located to Boston in 1994. She graduated from The New England School of Art & Design’s Interior Design Program in 1999. In the years following Polly worked for several high end interior designers in Boston; working on large-scale residential projects. Since starting her own business in 2008 she has maintained her personal contacts and resources within the design community. Polly enjoys using her education, experience and talents to assist clients create their ultimate living spaces.
The most important component of good design is the ability to listen to client’s specific desires. Design can be an overwhelming and intimidating process for many people and as a designer, my job is to understand how the spaces are to be used so I can help guide, educate and create the best possible environment. The end result is a unique reflection and expression of an individual’s needs, lifestyle and a place they will always enjoy coming home to.
“I needed a completely remodeled kitchen, and had the pleasure of working with Polly to achieve that goal. It was a very small and challenging space, and I could not have been happier with the results. She listened to what I liked, and was very good at steering me in the right direction when selecting materials. What I liked best, was that when she knew something would not work, she was very diplomatic, but firm about taking another route. Anytime I wasn’t quite sure about something, her choices ended up being my absolute favorite ones. She is always approachable, professional and patient. She was always persistent in trying to move the project forward despite some less than cooperative contracting, which can certainly be challenging. I highly recommend her, and plan on using her services again when I remodel my bathroom.”
– Mary Guy, Boston