Built in 1924 with the help of a donation from Eldridge Johnson, the Moorestown Community House is located within the town center and serves as a central meeting place for the community.  This wonderful building was damaged by fire in November 2015.  We worked as the project interior designers to restore and upgrade the original building by designing and specifying interior finishes, furnishings, lighting, signage and accessories.  Some of the areas were repurposed to serve the community needs better in the future.  All of the historic furniture was restored and reupholstered.  History was captured and documented through custom framing.  Custom window treatment, furniture, carpet and millwork were designed and installed.