Mimi Horton

Mimi Horton has been in the interior design industry since 1969, founding Horton Design Associates, Ltd. over 40 years ago. Her experience includes full-scale projects in Greenwich, Sun Valley, East Hampton, Florida and Nantucket. Mimi’s highly developed sense of style is both classic and progressive, as she stays within a framework that is architecturally and geographically appropriate, but rarely repeats herself and continually searches for ways to give her clients something different. Beforehand, she worked at Vogue magazine, and attended New York School of Interior Design. Mimi’s ever-evolving passion for design has earned her recognition from The Franklin Report as one of the finest designers in the region. She has also been listed as one of Town & Country’s top designers to watch.

Stephanie Horton

Stephanie Horton joined the family business in 2007 after years working for renowned antiques dealer John Rosselli in New York City. There she was shaped by John’s keen eye for traditional antiques with a dash of the exotic. She managed the relationships with Rosselli’s trade showrooms across the country, and ran the exclusive line of fabrics Robert Kime Ltd., the London-based textile manufacturer and decorator to the Prince of Wales. Stephanie currently is on the Greenwich Arts Council’s Board of Directors, and is a Home Editor and regular contributor at Serendipity magazine~Living in Fairfield & Westchester Counties. Her decorating column House Calls combines how-to, trend tracking, anecdotes and stories, all infused with humor.