Amy Mitchell believes that a home should radiate the warmth, comfort, and character of the family that lives there. The rooms we inhabit color the happenings of the moment and the way we remember them. Interiors therefore should be both fresh and timeless — the stage for memories in the making.
In her previous professional life, Amy worked as an executive in national and international public relations for healthcare and musical arts clients, all the while maintaining a secondary career as a classical singer. But, after deciding to stay at home and raise her two sons, she found herself continually seeking a creative outlet, most often focusing on redoing the homes she and her husband bought as they followed his career. A respected interior designer thought she had an “eye” and recommended that she get her architectural color certification, and Home Glow Design was born.
Having developed her style under some of the Boston area’s top designers, Amy employs a singular mix of classic, transitional, and antique pieces and infuses them with color and pattern to create interiors that, together, bring joy and speak of “home.” She is a passionate devotee of historical houses (her own is more than 200 years old), and her choices are always informed by architecture and period.
Amy’s design work has been published in Old House Journal, New Hampshire Magazine, North Shore Magazine Online, Around Concord Magazine, and has been selected as the “Room of the Day” by Houzz.com. Home Glow’s “Saturday Blog” logs thousands of readers per month.
Comfort that’s classic, but fresh. Color that’s gorgeous, not garish. And architecture that inspires, but doesn’t dictate, decor. That’s Home Glow Design.
Amy is a certified architectural color consultant. She lives in Hopkinton, NH with her husband, two boys, dog, and some irascible chickens. She is an alumna of Dartmouth College and the Manhattan School of Music.