Professional Essex Fells Interior Decorator
At Valerie Ruddy Designs – Decorating Den Interiors, we specialize in one thing – beautiful decorating! It’s our mission to create spaces that reflect your taste and your lifestyle. Whether your design project involves a living room, family room, dining room, bedroom or office, we have the products and ideas to suit your every need.
Every project presents its own unique set of circumstances, so we pride ourselves on working together with our clients to find the perfect products that express their style and fit their budget. Our initial design visit is always complimentary. We’ll discuss the specifics of your project, help determine the budget and make some preliminary design suggestions. No project is too big or too small. Depending on the size of your project, we may be able to get started after the initial meeting. Once we have a plan in place, we coordinate everything – from measuring, product ordering and finally to installation. And the best part, we handle it all, helping to make your life easier and save you valuable time and money.
At Valerie Ruddy Designs – Decorating Den Interiors, it’s our goal to help you make your home in Essex Fells all that it can be.
Contact us today at 973-239-3004 and let’s work together to make your home more beautiful one room at a time.
Essex Fells is a borough in Essex County, NJ. New Jersey Monthly magazine ranked Essex Fells as its 10th best place to live in its 2008 rankings of the “Best Places To Live” in New Jersey.
Essex Fells School District – The Essex Fells School is a very special public elementary school enrolling boys and girls in preschool through the sixth grades. Students enjoy small classes and a total school population of approximately two hundred and sixty.
Grover Cleveland Park – Grover Cleveland Park, the seventh largest park in the county park system, is a heavily wooded park of 41.48 acres located in the western section of Essex County along the Caldwell-Essex Fells border line. It is bounded by Runnymede Road, Brookside Avenue, and the abandoned Erie Railroad.