With flair inspired by film and song, designer hopes to make your home a stage

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ROCHESTER - Amber Dawn Interiors wants to change the way we look at our homes.

With immense passion for the performing arts as well as interior design, Amber Roy of Amber Dawn Interiors tends to see the world in terms of movie scenes and think in terms of song lyrics.

Prior to a Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting on Friday, she said this outlook on life allows her to see a home as the stage on which a life plays out and create designs that uplift every day.

Combining her passions, she has created a unique client experience that she is thrilled to roll out in 2023. This new design process will meld theater, music, photography, and cinema in a fun and interactive experience that yields deeply personalized designs. Her guarantee is that a home will be a "Picture Perfect" backdrop for a highlight reel of memories to unfold throughout one's life.

Roy recently set up shop at 18 North Main St., Suite 1 in Rochester. She is excited to be a part of the local business community, as she is a Rochester native, graduating from Spaulding High School in 2003. Though she currently resides in Barrington with her husband and two young boys, she still feels a strong connection to Rochester. She is proud to be among the people investing in the city and is optimistic about its future.

Though Roy's Main Street office serves as a place for her to do her design work and hold client meetings, she encourages people to stop in for a visit if they are curious about what she does.

"There is an open door policy here. I'm committed to getting to know my neighbors, fellow business owners, and members of my community," she said.

Roy noted that Amber Dawn Interiors serves the New Hampshire Seacoast area, Lakes Region, Southern Maine, Boston Area, and beyond. She can be found on Instagram at @amber.dawn.interiors, her website,, and at

Photo caption: Pictured in the photo with Roy, who is doing the honors of cutting the ribbon with friends and family looking on, is her husband, Tim Roy of T. Roy Construction; Valerie Dunn of Progressive Esthetics, Tanya Hervey of the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce; Rochester City Councilor Steve Beaudoin, Sherry Beaudoin, Sharla Rollins, First Seacoast Bank; and David Robart, Business Communications of Maine.

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