Paula Chamblin Quoted in New York Times
What Gives the Logo Its Legs?
by Ruth La Ferla
Fendi, Prada, Balenciaga, Valentino and Chanel... Logomania is an obsession with no end in sight. Paula Chamblin is quoted in this article, click here.
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Paula Chamblin Aulino is a regular contributor to Upper Arlington Living magazine, 2020-2021.
Decorator's Show House
What do you get when you mix a 19,000-square-foot house, 15 design firms, six landscapers and creative visions rivaling those of HGTV design stars? The 2015 Decorators’ Show House. Since February, the pros have been overhauling 22 spaces in a massive 1989 Georgian-style house in Muirfield Village for a fundraiser benefiting the Columbus Museum of Art. “This year, the designers were especially excited about the space,” said Barbara Byrum, co-chairwoman of the biennial event. Several designers took on multiple spaces. Paula was thrilled to be one of the designers. She designed 2 areas in addition to the landing.
A girl’s retreat
Inspired by a cedar-paneled closet, designer Paula Chamblin crafted a “treehouse” playroom for a young girl that includes canvas clouds hanging from the ceiling. The retreat features a small leather sofa, a place to hang dress-up clothes and a crystal chandelier.
A little blue box
Chamblin had fun with another closet, too, designing it to resemble that distinctive blue box from Tiffany & Co. The closet has utilitarian use, though. Chamblin and professional organizer Birdie Brennan transformed the ordinary hallway closet into a gift-wrapping station stocked with ribbons, gold scissors, gift tags and wrapping paper.
Paula Chamblin Named One of the 15 Best Interior Designers in Columbus by Build Direct in 2015
Watching her parents work in their family-owned furniture business, Paula was inspired to pursue interior design from an early age. Today, she is the owner of her own firm, Paula Chamblin Interiors. With over a decade of experience, Paula has honed her design skills and developed an extensive network of resources. Mixing “high” and “low” pieces for a timeless look is a technique she has mastered.