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John Pompeii

John Pompeii is a growing force in the interior design world.

Well known in the New England design community, his work has been featured in magazines and internet design forums.   He has been able execute his vision in some of the most exclusive residences in New England.   John has helped many clients create their dream spaces.   From large private homes to glamorous city penthouses and condominiums, John Pompeii has shown a flare for combining cutting edge design with comfortable living.

His unique creativity has developed through a lifetime passion for art and design.   As a boy he learned skills in his father’s jewelry design business and followed his informal studies on visits to Europe and his family’s birthplace in Italy.   He earned his design credentials through formal education at Roger Williams University and Boston’s Architectural College as well as real life experience under Architectural Digest's legendary "Top 100" designer William Hodgins and other well known designers. Over time John yearned to break out on his own and bring full expression to his visions and design skill.   Forming his own firm Pompeii Design Group in 2002, he has continued to work with larger projects and more substantial residences.   His passion for color in combination with great furnishings, treatments and art has made his stunning work sought after by exclusive clientele.

John’s work has been featured on design forums as well as through his contributions to Magazines including Spirit Magazine and most recently featured designer on OneNewEngland.com.


July 25, 2010

Design Times with John Pompeii

Designing an Outdoor Space

No matter what the weather or the season, you can enjoy cooking, entertaining or just relaxing on a deck or terrace that is every bit as comfortable as the inside of your home.

July 21, 2010

Design Times with John Pompeii

The Beauty of Black

Professionally speaking, black gets a bad rap and is often one of the more overlooked colors when it comes to interior design.

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