Lawson Edwards Hough, ASID - Pulliam Morris
Having the spaces I design be beautiful and functional — that's what's important. Most of all, I want my clients to be welcomed by a home they love.
You don't have to look far to find Lawson Hough's design roots; her grandmother was a woman whose passions stemmed from art and creativity. A graduate of Converse College with a BFA in Interior Design, Lawson furthered her studies at The American College of Interior Design in London before joining Pulliam Morris in 1990 and has been a professional member of ASID for almost 20 years.
From those earliest days, Lawson has given a lot of consideration to the enjoyment her clients will get from the spaces she creates. It's one aspect of the discipline of Interior Design that is so intriguing to her; she embraces the challenge of combining art and beauty to create an environment that will be pleasing to her clients for years to come. Her signature? Incorporating existing furniture with some new pieces in a room's design, giving it all fresh, new look.
Many people don't realize my job as an interior designer goes way beyond selecting furniture and fabrics. I meet with contractors, electricians, tile installers, whatever it takes to get the details just right. The scope can range from building a house to redecorating one room. It may sound cliché, but it is true. No project is too big or too small.
Press & Achievements
Wentworth Mansion, ASID Design Award for Historic Preservation
#1 Small City Hotel in the US and #12 Best Hotel in the World - 2012 Travel & Leisure World's Best
Fulton Lane Inn, ASID Design Award for Hospitality
Victoria House Inn, ASID Design Award for Historic Preservation
Laurel Crest Retirement Center, ASID Design Award for Health Care Design
Camden Showhouse, ASID Design Award for Residential Single Space
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