Marcia Tucker Interiors is a Greenwich-based interior design firm fusing traditional English elegance with contemporary European influences to create thoughtful and original concepts for each client project. A lover of beauty and symmetry— Marcia Tucker transforms homes into authentic living spaces radiating a classic richness and warmth— with the belief that color, shape, texture and light reveal organic landscapes within. Marcia is a meticulous planner with an enhanced sense of organization— producing consistent, customized design solutions in her signature style.
From concise concept boards and CAD drawings, through the buying process and final installation for a perfect fit in your home or office space— Marcia’s precision is reflected in the professionalism of her work. Born in Rio de Janeiro, and raised in San Francisco and New York City, Marcia’s passion for design led her to pursue a formal education at the KLC School of Interior Design in London where she graduated with honors.
Among Marcia’s early inspirations was her family’s first home in Brazil— designed by renowned Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, a pioneer in international modern architecture.
Marcia Tucker Interiors has been featured in Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, Woman’s Day 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, to Europe and beyond — melding culture, art, textiles, landscapes and architecture into the unique worldview of her work.
“It is not the right angle that attracts me; nor the straight line, tough, inflexible, created by man. What attracts me is the free, sensual curve.; the curve I find in the mountains of my country, in the sinuous course of its rivers, in the waves of the sea, in the clouds of the sky, in the body of the favourite woman. Of curves is made all the universe.” — Oscar Niemeyer