About

Who We Are

We are a full-service interior design firm based in the Greater Boston area, providing a full range of interior design, styling, and decorating services. Our approach on every project — from new construction to remodeling and decorating — is to design a space that is a true reflection of our client’s personalities, meeting all their unique needs when it comes to form and functionality.

On renovation and construction projects, we work closely with architects and builders to deliver a completed project on time and within budget. That, coupled with our well-honed process, allows us to create a vision for their home that is always warm, elegant, and livable, reflecting both their interests and lifestyles. We believe that the process of bringing our clients’ design dreams to life should be as enjoyable as the spaces themselves.

Our Team

Corinne Acampora
Founder & Principal Designer

Corinne Acampora is a fearless entrepreneur and interior designer whose vision is to help her clients become the best versions of themselves — one project at a time.

Since launching Acampora Interiors 10 years ago, Corinne has scaled her business to become one of the most sought-after design firms in New England and beyond, specializing in beautifully designed, timeless, high-complexity residential new builds. As Founder & Principal of Acampora Interiors, Corinne has been showcased in widely recognized publications, including Architectural Digest, Vogue, Boston Globe Magazine, and New England Home.

What’s your greatest source of inspiration, design or otherwise?

I draw inspiration from so many things, nature being the biggest source. That said, fashion, art, and music are all close seconds.

Where in the world would you choose to go tomorrow if you had the chance?

Anywhere with rich history and awe-inspiring landscapes is my jam.  Of all the places I have traveled, Tibet comes out on top.

Share a hidden talent or skill that most people don’t know about you.

Some might find it hard to believe, but I’m a mean poker player.

If your design style had a theme song, what would it be?

My taste in music is just as eclectic as my design style.  Classic, elegant, and interesting are always part of the plan. I’m here for all things Getz/Gilberto/Jobim.

Design Team

Becky Cooke
Director of Purchasing
& Operations

What’s your greatest source of inspiration, design or otherwise?

Classic homes, rambling gardens, and salt/fresh air. I grew up in an old Connecticut farmhouse and loved opening the windows to let the fresh air in. 

Where in the world would you choose to go tomorrow if you had the chance?

I would love to explore the English Countryside — small towns, windy roads, rolling hills, and market towns.

Share a hidden talent or skill that most people don’t know about you.

Furniture Assembly (maybe it was all the Legos as a kid!)

If your design style had a theme song, what would it be?

House That Built Me by Miranda Lambert

Shannon Frappied
Senior Interior Designer

What’s your greatest source of inspiration, design or otherwise?

Set designs in cinema (The Family Stone and Downton Abbey being two of my all-time favorites!) and antique shops.

Where in the world would you choose to go tomorrow if you had the chance?

One of my most memorable trips was to Scotland. I traveled there solo and felt so connected to its history and would travel back at the first chance I got. 

Share a hidden talent or skill that most people don’t know about you.

A new hobby of mine has been creating floral arrangements. I love creating a vase full of color and character without boundaries. 

If your design style had a theme song, what would it be?

Recomposed By Max Richter: Vivaldi, The Four Seasons: Spring 1.

Colleen Mulcahy
Senior Interior Designer

What’s your greatest source of inspiration, design or otherwise?

People and places. The energy and experiences that come from travel and meeting new people. 

Where in the world would you choose to go tomorrow if you had the chance?

It’s a close tie between Portugal and Morocco! Maybe both?!

Share a hidden talent or skill that most people don’t know about you.

Painting. Most of the art in my house was painted by me. I love a good abstract; it can be anything. 

If your design style had a theme song, what would it be?

The Last Great American Dynasty by Taylor Swift. Bold, cheery, warm, packed with stories, free-to-be you. 

Jane Zapf
Purchasing Manager

What’s your greatest source of inspiration, design or otherwise?

Books, books, and more books.  

Where in the world would you choose to go tomorrow if you had the chance?

On a cruise down the Nile on a Dahabiya sailboat.

Share a hidden talent or skill that most people don’t know about you.

Encyclopedic about early to mid-20th century military aviation.  A deeply nerdy interest from my younger days that I still find fascinating.  

If your design style had a theme song, what would it be?

Billy Joel’s Uptown Girl

Chelsea Tutt
Associate Interior Designer

What’s your greatest source of inspiration, design or otherwise?

My favorite way to find inspiration is at design markets & events. I love the Field & Supply Market in Kingston, NY.

Where in the world would you choose to go tomorrow if you had the chance? 

The Amalfi Coast in Italy.

Share a hidden talent or skill that most people don’t know about you. 

I got a welding certification when I was in high school.

If your design style had a theme song, what would it be?

Dreams by Fleetwood Mac

Lauren Cozzi
Associate Interior Designer

What’s your greatest source of inspiration, design or otherwise?

Travels, trips to antique shops, exploring different art forms, and being in nature. 

Where in the world would you choose to go tomorrow if you had the chance?

Definitely a trip around Japan to experience the zen gardens, mountaintop temples, and vibrant cities. 

Share a hidden talent or skill that most people don’t know about you.

I have a deep love and passion for all things photography and enjoy dabbling in portrait and landscape photography.  

If your design style had a theme song, what would it be?

Isn’t She Lovely by Stevie Wonder

Christina Rebello Associate Interior Designer

What’s your greatest source of inspiration, design or otherwise?

My design inspiration is rooted in the beauty of nature. I’m inspired by its ever-changing hues, textures, organic patterns, and airiness. 

Where in the world would you choose to go tomorrow if you had the chance?

I will be headed to the Azores this summer and I’m excited to immerse myself in all its natural wonders. 

Share a hidden talent or skill that most people don’t know about you.

The art of creating beautiful charcuterie boards for any occasion. It’s really my way of bringing people together.

If your design style had a theme song, what would it be?

Better Together by Jack Johnson

Meg Donoghue
Studio Support Assistant

What’s your greatest source of inspiration, design or otherwise?

My greatest source of inspiration is being in nature, especially the colors, sounds, and feel of being on an ocean or lake. 

Where in the world would you choose to go tomorrow if you had the chance?

One of my best and most memorable trips was to India. It is a designer’s dream, and I’d love to go back! 

Share a hidden talent or skill that most people don’t know about you.

I grew up spending my summers waterskiing and my winters traveling to the Caribbean for scuba diving.  Two hobbies/passions that I still love today.  

If your design style had a theme song, what would it be?

Blue Sky by The Allman Brothers