Professional New Edinburgh Interior Decorator
CPI Interiors, lead by owner and senior designer Catherine Pulcine, have designed and decorated over 6,500 homes in the greater Ottawa area over the last 21 years. They are backed by Decorating Den Interiors 50 years of experience bringing that wealth of knowledge right to your home or office. Each of our design professionals are trained to assist our clients to determine the products and designs that are right for them in the colours and lighting of their surroundings.
We specialize in one thing… beautiful decorating and design! Whether you enjoy surrounding yourself with time-honoured traditional design or inspired, modern, cutting-edge couture; it’s our ultimate goal to design spaces that reflect your taste and your lifestyle. Whether your project involves a living room, family room, dining room, bedroom or office we have the products and ideas to suit your every need. We pride ourselves on working collaboratively with our clients to find the perfect products that satisfy their design style and budget.
At CPI Interiors it’s our goal to help you make your home in New Edinburgh all that it can be.
“After losing most of my house to significant water damage (ensuite toilet tank ran on while out of town), I turned to Catherine and her connections to completely renovate and upgrade my house. She was fabulous to work with, especially under such stressful circumstances. I had a dream home when it was complete and it sold within a month over Christmas for just short of asking price in a buyer’s market! Anxious to resolve family estates and current housing situation so I can work with Catherine again on what will be my permanent dream home!“
– Caren M.
Contact us today at 613-599-5564 to schedule your complimentary initial consultation.
New Edinburgh is a neighbourhood in Rideau-Rockcliffe Ward, in Ottawa, Canada. It is located to the northeast of the downtown core. New Edinburgh was founded by Thomas McKay, one of the builders of the Rideau Canal lock system. He bought the land at the junction of the Ottawa and Rideau Rivers in 1829 and created a village named for Edinburgh in his native Scotland. The streets in the neighbourhood were named after McKay’s family.
New Edinburgh Resources:
New Edinburgh Community & Arts Centre – The New Edinburgh Community and Arts Centre holds classes and activities that everyone in the community can enjoy.
Lumiere Festival – Through lantern-making workshops and community outreach initiatives. Lumière encourages people to come together and share their own creations and view the creations of others in a celebration of light and community.
Bytown Museum – The Bytown Museum explores the stories of an evolving city and its residents from its early days as Bytown to present day Ottawa.