Haskell (Hank) Ray Matheny, ASID, CAPS, LEED Green Associate

Company: Haskell Interiors
85 1st St NE
Cleveland, TN 37311-5302 map
Phone: (423) 472-6409
Email: hank@haskellinteriors.com
Website: www.haskellinteriors.com

Designer Profile

Haskell R. Matheny, ASID, CAPS, LEED Green Associate
Owner/Principal Designer - Haskell Interiors

Haskell R. Matheny, or Hank as he is known to his friends and colleagues, is the driving force behind Haskell Interiors. Hank has that special and rare combination of education, training, experience and raw talent that elevates Haskell Interiors to a level above the competition.

Hank has a BA in Psychology from Rhodes College in Memphis, TN as well as a BS in Interior Design from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. With over 20 years as an interior designer, Hank is an active member in a number of industry organizations including:
� Professional Member ASID (American Society of Interior Designers)
� Professional Member IIDA (International Interior Designers Association)
� Professional Member IDS (Interior Design Society)
� Member NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association)
� Member IFDA (International Furniture & Designers Association)
� Member SEN Design Group (Kitchen and Bath Industry)
� Member NHBA (National Home Builders Association)
Hank's experience encompasses the following qualifications:
� CAPS (Certified Aging in Place Specialist)
� NCIDQ Certified. (National Council Interior Design Qualification)
� LEED Green Associate
� In first group of designers to be licensed in the state of TN (license #27)
� Past board member as interior design representative on Tennessee State Board of Architects, Engineers and Designers
� Founding member and past president of the Tennessee Chapter of NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association)
� Past President and active member of Chattanooga Chapter of ASID
� Member of Advisory Board for University of Tennessee at Chattanooga interior design department
� A contributing writer for Chattanooga City Scope Magazine
In Hank's own words, he explains his design philosophy this way. "I am driven and motivated by architecture. I look at each space as a blank canvas and my goal is to make the space beautiful and visually interesting. I believe the space itself should have its own character and evoke a feeling before the first piece of furniture is placed into it.�

Services Offered

� Decorate or redecorate
� Remodeling design and supervision
� Work with architect to design new construction or remodel
� Space plan of furniture and fixtures
� Project management
� Specify decorative and finish materials
� Design cabinetry for libraries,offices,closets,bedrooms,etc.
� Design window treatments
� Design furniture
� Design lighting
� Design outdoor living spaces
� Design rugs, fabrics and wall coverings
� Design color plans
� Design kitchens
� Design baths
� Redesign furniture
� Edit furniture and collections
� Accessorize home and offices
� Art consultation
� Design art and collection displays
� Consultation/review of new home plans

Awards & Publications

Haskell Interiors is a multi-award winning design firm, winning national first place awards from the National Kitchen & Bath Association as well as Signature Kitchens and Bath magazine, the largest selling magazine in the design industry. Haskell Interiors has also won regional and local awards such Keep America Beautiful Business of the Year, Best of Show in Furniture 4 Kids competition, and Best of Show in the 44th and 45th annual Tri-State Home Shows.

A cooking station that rivals any piece of furniture in the home! Hand painted tiles, custom hood and cabinet details insure that this space will be a visual feast.

A kitchen full of function and great English style. Crème cabinetry blends beautifully with the soft celery colored island. Twin armoires house a food pantry and refrigeration, while walnut tops, crystal chandelier and delicate carvings provide elegance and sophistication.
This clean, modern kitchen is a perfect blend of elegance and simplicity. Classic touches, such as marble countertops and backsplashes are countered by modern stainless appliances and antique table and chairs. The simple door style and classic white finish of the cabinetry easily play between the line of classic and modern.
A small bath is filled with visual delights. Mirrored furniture, clear shower, silver accents and crystal keep the space light and reflective, while rich wood and cool blues add luxury and style. Modern glass mosaics contrast beautifully against the antique toile drapery and antique claw foot tub.
A limestone mantle anchors a living room filled with rich, warm colors. A pair of matching consoles and mirrors add symmetry and formality to the space while custom drapery and pillows add softness and dimension.
Blues and browns are dramatically set against a champagne metallic shimmering room. The Waterford chandelier is original to this 1930's home, whose new look reflects the glamour and elegance of the era while maintaining a bold modern feeling.
This transitional living space features warm fabrics and textures with a clean uncluttered look. The pottery and the black brackets provide an exciting punctuation to the large wall.
Rich, traditional details highlight this small kitchen. Clutter is kept to a minimum by the use of dual appliance garages. An armoire actually houses the integrated refrigerator as well as standard pantry storage.
This kitchen renovation features the classic timeless look of white cabinetry with black honed granite and custom walnut wood tops. Glass front cabinets, heart pine floors and stainless appliances add to comfortable and practical aspects of the design.
This living and dining great room area feature rich, warm tones in fabrics and rugs, all wrapped up with soft golden walls and custom draperies. Select, well-placed accessories and lamps add to the lush, eclectic feel of the room.
This kitchen was designed in a high rise downtown condo and features an open concept to take advantage of the city views. A modern stainless hood vent and glass mosaic tile highlight the backsplash while a custom bar with wine cooler is flanked by 2 ceiling to floor windows overlooking the city.
This bath is a true “glass act!” Every item, except tub, faucetry and vessel bowls, is made of glass. The blue glass floor, reflects light much like the ocean water. Glass mosaic tile gradually get lighter as bubbles rise to the surface. Even the poppy mural and vanity doors are glass. Sparkle and drama in a bath - that is always refreshing!
The family room started with the homeowner's purchase of an antique English bar. The other end of the room features an entertainment center designed to mimic the features and carvings of the antique bar. Furnishings were chosen to reflect an English flavor and to add warmth and comfort to the space.
The half canopy was custom designed and built to resemble an antique piece. The swing lamps provide drama and task lighting, while the yellow silk canopy interior draws you inward.
This contemporary kitchen has everything the serious cook needs at her fingertips yet is spacious enough for large scale entertaining. The high gloss cabinetry sets a clean, modern style while granite flooring and countertops provide easy care. The owner’s glass collection is given center status with open, lit shelving while a large stainless tambour door hides small appliances for an uncluttered look.
This master bedroom is a play of cool, relaxing blues and creams with accents of cinnamon reds and oranges. Clean, bold lines intersect detailed carvings mixing successfully both European and Asian styles.
This bathroom renovation features elegance at its best. From damask walls to marble floors, no detail is left unattended. A Russian crystal chandelier watches over custom cabinetry and yellow onyx marble accents.
The space began as a 2-car garage. After months of renovation, it is now a gourmet kitchen, butler�s pantry & bar and home office. This is the 2011 National Transitional Kitchen of the Year as awarded by Signature Kitchens & Baths Magazine.
This is the 2012 Traditional Kitchen of the Year as awarded by Signature Kitchens & Baths Magazine.  This award winning kitchen design began when an enthusiastic homeowner gutted the entire kitchen, down to the studs, prior to the designers seeing the space - because she was so anxious to get started with a new kitchen.  Situated in a historic home it was important that the new kitchen reflect the home’s heritage.  At the completion of the project, the owner finally had the perfect combination of modern conveniences and historical character in her new kitchen.
What used to be a small kitchen and family room combined was transformed into a gourmet cooks delight. A mixture of cabinetry finishes and tiles created a sophisticated, classic elegance to this very usable kitchen.
Elegant master bath.