Catherine Giuliani comes from a business background having been active behind the scenes in the political arena for many years, in addition to being a wife, homemaker, and mother of two college graduates. Her passion for interior design is clearly evident in the lively sun drenched colors she selected for her home in Maine with her lively selection of Italian Faience together with local colored glass goblets. Her natural ability and enjoyment of decorating her homes in Maine and in New York led her take design courses at the prestigious Parsons School of Interior Design, from which she graduated in 2010.
Her summers are divided with spending family time in beautiful Maine outside of Kennebunkport, where she religiously combs all the local antiques shops and flea markets for treasures. Catherine also enjoys cruises with her husband in the Nordic countries such as Sweden, Finland and Denmark. Through her travels, she has covered many international destinations including her beloved Italy, England and France.
It finally occurred to her last summer that she either had to stop collecting or look for a larger space to store all her treasures, necessity being the mother of invention she happened to come across a unique early 20th century gallery with full basement and access to an outdoor space, very close to her home in North Flushing New York which she has completely renovated with a place for an upholstery, a decorative painter and a refinisher. She aptly named it "Archives of the Home
This charming gallery has become a meeting place for friends, family, and clients, where on many weekends she has served fresh coffee and homemade muffins whilst people browse the gallery, a combination of the little antique shops in Southern Maine, and flea markets throughout Europe.
Archives of the Home
Address: 161 / 05 29th Avenue Flushing, New York, NY 11358 USA