Classic & Layered Living
Step inside the world of Tori Rubinson Interiors... welcoming homes beautifully blending the old with the new, spaces rich with wallpaper and textiles galore, pleats and passementerie, and a few of our favorite Society Social designs. Shown above: Our Monroe Tassel Sofa
Meet Tori, a Texas-based designer, passionate about classic interiors and homes built to last. A lifelong love of interiors - along with a natural eye - led her to start work for one of Fort Worth's most high-end builders a decade ago. Tori learned the industry quickly, while simultaneously cultivating her own design point of view. Friends and family began to consult her on home projects, and after the requests started to pile up, Tori launched her own interior design business.
Tori has been featured in Southern Living, Southern Home Magazine, was recognized as a 2021 D Home Best Designer, and a 2021 Featured Designer for the Thrift Studio Dallas Event.
Tori has worked on a wide range of projects, from custom, high-end homes to commercial; from large-scale remodels to new constructions. She spends most of her time on whole-house design for family homes.
We've had the absolute pleasure of working with Tori over the years and always love to see how she brings Society Social to life in the homes of her many clients. Scroll below to take a peek inside some of her recent projects!
A Note From Tori...
"Society Social pieces are so dreamy and perfectly curated for a fresh traditional interior. My go-to piece for an entry space or a sofa table is hands down the Newport Console! Since this piece is available in natural or any SW or BM color match, I am able to customize this piece to fit each client's aesthetic. This allows me to use it in so many different ways."
Shown above: Our Marilyn Sofa custom upholstered in Ice Blue Velvet with White contrast piping.
Favorite Traditionalist Touch?
"Wallpaper, tassels, decorative lampshades... I love all the things! But, a room for me usually starts with a fabric scheme. Typically there is one particular fabric or wallpaper that starts the space and the rest unfolds from there. Our spaces are also typically layered with beautiful textiles, antiques and modern elements that all come together to produce a space that feels special and unique."