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Martha's Vineyard Interior Design

56 Main Street
Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
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Martha's Vineyard Interior Design

Martha’s Vineyard Interior Design is a full-service luxury interior design firm focused on new construction and renovations located on Main Street in the heart of Vineyard Haven.

Founding principal Liz Stiving-Nichols and her talented team of designers approach each project by first understanding the lifestyle and personal style of their clients and how they envision themselves living in the home.  "Reflecting our client's lifestyle through design while establishing an effortless cohesion between the architecture, interiors, and the natural beauty of perennial surroundings is what makes our work successful," says Stiving-Nichols.

Recently lauded by the New York Times, the MVID team believes in a collaborative approach to design, with extensive experience working with architectural teams and custom craftsmen to render vision into reality.

Well versed in custom furnishings, current to classic materials and finishes, lighting, and soft goods, it is MVID's commitment to excellence and an incredible passion for the principals of design that create the award-winning spaces their clients call home.

This high-end residential interior design firm also offers the opportunity to "shop our style" through their sister company Bespoke Abode, a home furnishings, décor, and lifestyle store also on Main Street, Vineyard Haven, and a new location in Bluffton, South Carolina. 

Bespoke Abode is now offering niche design services. Fans of MVID and Bespoke Abode clients can refresh and revitalize their homes by working with the top tier Bespoke Abode In-House design team. 

MVID was featured in The New York Times. Check out the article here!

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Built in window seat along bay window overlooking the water
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