Marcia Tucker Interiors
Marcia Tucker Interiors is a Greenwich-based interior design firm that fuses old world elegance with new world chic. Born in Rio de Janeiro, raised in San Francisco and New York, and educated in London, Marcia has developed a signature style that combines her love of sensual luxury and contemporary elegance with the quiet beauty of symmetry. Hers is a style relevant to today: global in perspective and tailored to the individual.
One of Marcia’s earliest and most powerful influences came from growing up in a house in Brazil designed by the renowned Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, a pioneer in international modern architecture whose love of all things sensual is an ongoing inspiration. Marcia has spent a lot of time in Europe: she studied design at London’s KLC School of design and travels in Europe extensively. This has given her an unparalleled resource base that allows her to design houses and apartments in London, New York, Sao Paolo, Aspen and Greenwich that are truly unique.
Marcia prioritizes personal relationships and she works closely with her clients so that she can fully understand and meet their needs. She guides them through the design process with meticulous planning and organization (as well as a Brazilian’s sense of fun) to ensure that the design collaboration is inspiring and enjoyable. From concept boards and CAD drawings, through the buying process and final installation, Marcia Tucker and her team will work to help her clients fulfill their dreams.
Marcia Tucker Interiors has been featured in Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, atHome Magazine, Woman’s Day, the Greenwich Time newspaper, and on NBC New York’s LXTV Tips of the Trade: Entertaining for the Holiday for her work on Holiday House 2010.
Marcia currently resides in Greenwich, Connecticut with her husband Chris, and two boys, Alexander and Frederick. She is a passionate equestrian and enjoys yoga and skiing. Marcia is fueled by exotic travel to far-off places like Egypt, Europe and beyond — melding culture, art, textiles, landscapes and architecture into the unique worldview of her work.