Professional Canton Interior Designer
At Decorating Den Interiors – Deborah Lynn Designs, we specialize in one thing – beautiful decorating! It’s our mission to create spaces that reflect your taste and your lifestyle. Whether your design project involves a living room, family room, dining room, bedroom or office, we have the products and ideas to suit your every need.
Every project presents its own unique set of circumstances, so we pride ourselves on working together with our clients to find the perfect products that express their style and fit their budget. Our initial design consultation is always complimentary. We’ll discuss the specifics of your project, help determine the budget and make some preliminary design suggestions. No project is too big or too small. Depending on the size of your project, we may be able to get started after the initial meeting. Once we have a plan in place, we coordinate everything – from measuring, product ordering and finally to installation. And the best part, we handle it all, helping to make your life easier and save you valuable time and money.
At Decorating Den Interiors – Deborah Lynn Designs, it’s our goal to help you make your home in Canton all that it can be.
Contact Us today at (860) 431-0127 and let’s work together to make your home more beautiful one room at a time.
Canton was incorporated in 1806, Canton is a part of Hartford County, Connecticut, United States and has a population of 10,292 as of the 2010 census. It is bordered by Granby on the north, Simsbury on the east, Avon and Burlington on the south, New Hartford on the west, and Barkhamsted on the northwest. Running through it is the Farmington River. The town includes the villages of North Canton, Canton Center, Canton (Canton Valley), and Collinsville.
Canton, CT Resources:
Canton Public Library – The village of Collinsville had a circulating library as early as 1838. It was known as the Collinsville Library Association and was a mutual organization formed to buy books and to pass them around among the members. There were 94 names signed to the roll, and the first minutes of a meeting show that it was held February 11, 1838. The officers elected were: president, Reuben Hills; librarian, Chester Weed; committee to select books, Chester Weed, Samuel Weed, Giles Brainard and Thomas H. Welles. A committee on damage to books was named and the names were: David B. Hale, Benjamin T. Wingate and Simeon Woodruff. Members contributed one and two dollars each. It is not known where this library was located, but it is presumed to be in the first Collins Company office building which is now a residence at the corner of River and North Streets having been moved there to make way for the present office building. It was one of the first buildings built by Sam Collins after he started the Collins Company in 1826. After the official office building was built in 1867, it also housed a library, school rooms, a post office, as well as Collins Hall which was available to the public for church services, meetings and the like. At some point the Collinsville Library Association became the Canton Public Library Association, Inc.
Canton Chamber of Commerce – This website serves as the Chamber of Commerce for Canton, CT.
Canton Historical Society – Canton Historical Society’s mission is Connecting Canton’s past with the present to inspire an informed future for all people.