Hello, my name is

Emily Fella

Designer

Emily applies her passion for design and creativity to help bring to life the spaces of which clients have only dreamed.

Emily Fella

A little about me
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With a background in Interior Architecture and Design, Emily is honored to assist in the process of designing and helping clients in selecting the materials and products that help to make their space one of a kind.

Emily graduated from Marywood University, where she received a degree in Interior Architecture and Design. She began her career working in the kitchen and bath design industry. Her favorite part about being a designer is getting the opportunity to work closely with her clients to create a beautiful space that they can enjoy and love. Emily has been with Indoor City since November of 2016.

In her spare time, Emily enjoys spending time with her cat Ella, her family and her friends. She also loves traveling, spending time at the gym and reading up on the latest interior design trends.

Favorite Product

AKDO Allure Charisma Calacatta Collection


Favorite Ice Cream

Almond Joy

A Few of Our Favorite Colors

Perhaps one of the easiest and more cost-effective ways to liven up any space is by changing up a paint color. Color plays a huge role in how we perceive and react to spaces. Whether it’s furniture, cabinetry, brick, wood or just plain old dry wall – try freshening up your space with something new! We asked some of our designers what their favorite paint colors are, whether it’s a reliable go-to neutral or a great accent color, and here were their answers: Megan Herr “Benjamin Moore’s Revere Pewter– It’s the perfect greige that can go with warm or cool tones and be completely adaptable to it’s surroundings”.       Shannon Smith “SW7029 Agreeable Gray is the PERFECT warm gray neutral for any space. It is light and bright but still contrasts beautifully against white trim or cabinets. It is one of those paint colors that looks different in each space. Sometimes it looks a little grayer, other times it takes on a warmer hue. Either way, it compliments its surroundings and sets the perfect backdrop for any design or decor. If you’re looking for a great ‘whole house neutral’ paint color, Agreeable Gray is a great choice!”         Kim Gable: “I’m so glad to see the ‘blue color family’ make its way back into the current home fashion world. Blues always provide a calming, peaceful surrounding and coordinate with so many other color palettes. Stained Glass by Benjamin Moore is a great blue to try out in your home!”       Emily Fella: “I just recently fell so in love with the color Nocturnal Sea from Dunn and Edwards. I’m really a big fan of the teal accent wall trend. I think it’s a great way to spark up a space and give an…

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Designing With Texture

Color, lighting and space planning are all integral aspects when designing spaces. Perhaps one of the best ways to add interest to a space, aside from these key components, is by incorporating texture. What exactly do we mean by texture? Well, as defined by the design community, texture is “the sensations caused by the external surface of objects received through the sense of touch.” Texture adds balance in addition to visual weight. Just like creating contrast with colors, you can create contrast with textures to get the same effect. Test it out by putting something rough against something smooth. The smooth surface will make the rough surface stand out and will add visual interest to your space. One of the best ways to add texture to a space is by mixing textiles. Whether it be a colorful, patterned tile or a natural fiber rug. At our showroom, we have thousands of products to help make your space stand out. Here are a few of my favorite textural products that we feature at our Harrisburg Pike Showroom:   -Yesterday’s Glass by Jeffrey Court is a product that I absolutely adore. This oxidized glass tile, available in 3×6 and 8×16 sizes, is a unique texture that will be sure to make your space pop.             -The Textile Glass Series from AKDO is another one of my favorites, available in 6 different colors and 3 different patterns. Perhaps consider incorporating one of these glass tile mosaics in a shower to add a unique textural focal point.       -The Apex Diamond Rug from Stanton’s Antrim Collection is a natural fiber, geometric-carved carpet. This material is 100% wool and would make for a fabulous area rug for a bedroom or living room area.          …

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