After discovering a Neoclassical Caryatid Mantlepiece in a Beacon Hill basement and spending years researching its history, The Museum of Fine Arts Boston (MFA) accessioned it to their collection.
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New Design Studio
The interior design business now resides on the top floor of the historic Hooper-Lee-Nichols House. It’s the second oldest building in Cambridge and also serves as home to the Cambridge Historical Society, located at 159 Brattle Street.
Boston Architectural College
Best of Houzz 2016
Age of Wonderment
Planting my flag in this age of wonderment with our new mascot, inspired by Albrecht Durer’s groundbreaking woodcut c.1515. Our homage to the early age of discovery is epitomized in Durer’s work. Without seeing, but upon receiving a letter with description and second-hand sketch of the beast (thought mythological at the time), Durer created a masterpiece using… Read more »
Presented with the opportunity to acquire assets of a residential real estate staging business at an attractive price, established a home-staging company focused on high-end properties. Helped clients create significant amounts of value by achieving sales in a sideways market. What I thought of as an amusing sideline, became a full blown operation. Each job… Read more »
Best of Boston 2010 Winner: Designer
by Heidi Pribell Custom Rugs and Fabrics
Inspired by admiration and passion for the natural world, my LandForms Collection of custom rug and fabrics captures the beauty and power of nature. View full PDF here »
Restoring a House in the City
Featured in a prestigious art book showcasing renovated townhouses, brownstones and row houses with great style. Written by Ingrid Abramovitch, senior editor at Elle Decor View more info and photos here »
Best of Boston 2009 Winner: Designer, Traditional
Best of Boston 2008 Winner: Interiors, Traditional
Renovated Gas Station
Opened interior design studio in historic gas station, also featuring antiques and home furnishings. The building, built in 1924, typical of the vernacular architecture found throughout Harvard, garners its historic designation.
Heidi Pribell for Adelphi Custom Wallpaper
Adelphi Paper Hangings, makers of Custom & Historic Wallpapers, providing superior quality wallpapers using traditional methods. Modernized, created and demonstrated twenty-four custom colorways, for their Custom Wallpaper Solutions webpage. View more here »
Tiara of Love loaned to the Victoria Albert Museum
Appeared in 2002 Short Film for 74th Academy Awards by Errol Morris
Along with Fran Leibowitz; Michael Gorbachev; Walter Cronkite; Jonathan Adler; Tom Brady; Barbara Bush; Reverend Al Sharpton; William Wegman and Chip; Donald Trump; Carolina Herrera; Iggy Pop; Lou Reed; Susan Sontag; Philip Glass; Alice Waters; Christy Turlington View video here »
Heidi Pribell Interiors
Began pursuing a full-time interior design profession, advising clients on good, better, best investments..
The Rise and Fall of Fred Leucher, Jr.
Props, production and cameo appearance for Errol Morris’ amazing & provocative documentary
Fast, Cheap & Out of Control
Props and production work for documentary film by Errol Morris profiling four subjects with extraordinary careers: Dave Hoover, who is a lion tamer; George Mendonça, who created topiaries at Green Animals Topiary Garden in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, including giraffes made out of boxwood; Ray Mendez, a hairless mole-rats expert; and Rodney Brooks, an M.I.T. scientist… Read more »
1997 New England Spring Flower Show
Invited by the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, founded in 1829, to create a vignette for their annual show. The Fenway, aka the Emerald Necklace, Designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, inspired the design.
Harvard Magazine Article
Capturing the dawn of the antiques industry in America, as it began on Charles Street in Boston, by Heidi Pribell See full piece here »