Our Work

From tiny specialized spaces to complete mansion makeovers, the right designers can take the stress out of design projects.

 We understand the complexity of projects and are professionals at tracking details, monitoring deadlines, guiding decisions and keeping projects running smoothly. The result is a space you will love! Explore what home means to you with Lavender & Lotus Interior Design.

8000 sq ft home in Bow, NH

Our largest project to date, this 8000 sq ft home in Bow, New Hampshire offers spectacular views, but required considerable work. After sitting vacant for many years, the clients decided to move forward with the major renovation despite the uncertainty if they would ultimately move

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Antique Farmhouse Kitchen

For one antique farmhouse in Loudon, New Hampshire, we proved that sometimes you have to take a step or two backward in order to move forward.  These homeowners had dreamed of a new kitchen for years – not just to improve the dated finishes and

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Master bedroom design

Restful Master Bedroom

Like many women I have met, this client had spent years taking care of the needs of others before tending to herself. When the time came to look after her ailing mother, she decided to transform her bedroom into a personal sanctuary. I chose a

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Home office/craft room, Loudon, NH

Who wouldn’t love to have a custom designed space dedicated to their creative hobbies? Well that’s exactly what we helped one homeowner with in Loudon, New Hampshire. For this project, the client presented with a home office/craft room in need of a solution. For years

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Lakeside Condo Makeover

Another project I contributed to while working as the in-house designer for Cedar Mill Group was the extreme makeover of this lakeside condo in Moultonborough, New Hampshire. Part of what made this project so special was the intention for it to become a legacy home

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Antique Colonial Renovation

While working as the in-house designer for a local remodeling company, I contributed to the renovation of this antique colonial in Dunbarton, New Hampshire.  Although the couple loved the character of this 1897 property, it was clear the kitchen fell short of their aspirations for

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