New digs for Sonoma’s Fletcher Rhodes Interior Design

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Fletcher Rhodes Interior Design, a boutique interior design studio in Sonoma, focuses on high-end residential design. Headed by owner and creative director, Emily Mughannam, the company is celebrating its fifth anniversary in Sonoma.

The company’s design team recently moved from its previous digs on Broadway to a large new studio space off of Eighth Street East. The studio will act as a furniture and design showroom and office space.

Folks can make an appointment to stop by and the team of four hopes to soon open its doors so that the public can explore its fabric library and furniture display area.

Fletcher Rhodes’ portfolio ranges from small downtown remodels to large Kenwood estates. The company specializes in floor-to-ceiling remodels but also offers short-term furniture consulting.

Mughannam grew up in Colorado and now lives in Boyes Hot Springs. Designer Jennifer Petray grew up in Sonoma Valley and graduated from Justin-Siena High School.

Fletcher Rhodes is located at 1620 Carneros Meadows Lane, Suite 2.

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