Marguerite Rodgers has earned a remarkable reputation as one of Philadelphia’s top interior designers. Her talented team goes above and beyond to turn residential and commercial spaces into memorable venues for its visitors… read more with link below.
“A young family was looking for ways to incorporate a pool in their backyard, ideally without losing square footage for their children to play and space for them to entertain. They asked if there was technology like a hydraulic retractable floor that would cover the pool. With the right team, their goal was achieved, the first such pool in northeast America.”—Marguerite Rodgers, interior designer, Philadelphia
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ElleDecor.com featured a bedroom designed by Marguerite Rodgers in their article “20 SHOWSTOPPING BEDROOMS WITH PENDANTS AND CHANDELIERS”. Writer Samantha Myers says “This well-appointed bedroom features a chandelier over the bed for the perfect touch of luxury.” See the article on ElleDecor.com!
After over two decades the iconic Rittenhouse Square restaurant has been updated by its original designer, Marguerite Rodgers. The 10-week renovation updates the spirit of romance, conviviality, and joie de vivre, while borrowing elements from the original 1998 design. Read Michael Klein’s interview with Meg on Rouge then and now here. Recent press also includes Philly.com, Eater Philadelphia and Philly Voice.
Interior designer Marguerite Rodgers had been making minor updates to her client’s 12,000-square-foot Shore residence-ﬂipping the nursery to a child’s room here, updating cabinetry in the gym there-each winter since he and his wife ﬁrst moved in back in 2008… view the article.
“We’re always looking to incorporate the hand.” So says interior designer Marguerite Rodgers, of her eponymous Philadelphia firm. While many designers are known for discovering and celebrating fine craftsmanship, Marguerite is an accomplished maker in her own right. Already a skilled seamstress by the time she enrolled in college, she planned to become a fashion designer. But after discovering that she loved working with wood far more than needle and thread, she changed course. First, opening her own furniture making shop, and later, constructing an entire post-and-beam barn using eighteenth-century building techniques.
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Marguerite Rodgers is entrenched in the Philadelphia design community. The interior designer has done both residential and commercial work in the Philadelphia area (and elsewhere), designed furniture collections, curated vintage collections and opened up her office to other Philadelphia creatives. Rodgers chatted with EAL about some of her latest work at the historic Bellevue Hotel and how she ended up in the interior design industry.
Philadelphia’s Old City is home to Independence Hall, Betsy Ross’ house, and the final resting place of Benjamin Franklin himself. In warm weather and cold alike, the neighborhood crawls with tourists hungry for a taste of history and eager to see some of what Philadelphia has to offer.