Nationally Published:

Better Homes and Gardens, BHG's Best of Flea Market Style, Real Simple, Project Nursery, Plush Palate, Style Me Pretty, One Room Challenge, 100 Layer Cake.


Book "PLAY, Indoor, Outdoor" by Gingko Press inc.

"...Sharon Taylor of Pickwick House, along with highly respected international design and architectural studios shows an understanding of the importance of children's formative everyday life experiences.  The featured design professionals are able to completely reinvent architectural notions in order to create the best and most innovative space of an unparalleled caliber.  These designers' ability to see things from the perspective of the child and transform this understanding into engaging spaces is a skill acquired by years of education and practice--but is fueled by that incredibly important ability to remember  and draw from one's own memory of the experience of being a small curious child in a large, exciting world."  --Ellen Christensen of Gingko Press


*Wedding of the Year STYLE ME PRETTY 2011                                                                                                                                                                                       *Tobi Fairly's Chair Design Winner 2011
*Top Pick for THE KNOT 2011

417 Best of DESIGN AWARDS:

*Restaurant Design  {BOCA MOCHA}                                                                                                                                                                                                     *Home Office
Window Installation {STAXX}







Rue Magazine

                “In one short year, Sharon Taylor converted a Springfield, Missouri neighborhood sidewalk shop in bad disrepair into Pickwick House, an incredible design studio-showroom-venue. Showcasing her stunning collection of vintage furnishings, pillows, candles, and lighting, Sharon turned Pickwick House into a wonderfully colorful hotbed of inspiration.”  --Crystal Palecek

Design Sponge

            “Get your pencils ready, everyone. There are enough great ideas in this shop design by designer and event planner Sharon Taylor to decorate ten stores. For the creation of the Missouri-based children’s boutique Jellybeans, Sharon not only sourced most of the materials at local flea markets and on eBay, but she also worked with local artisans, art students and others to completely transform this defunct shop space into the most fantastical and beautiful interior.”

“From a child’s perspective, this space is clearly heavenly, but I love that it is also an environment that adults can appreciate and enjoy. I think this is due to Sharon’s smart, sophisticated color palette and her modern graphic elements, not to mention her creative manipulation of antique furniture pieces. Overall this is such a stunning space. I wish I could step inside immediately and stay for hours. Amazing work, Sharon!” — Kate


"The gorgeous and original ideas that come out of Sharon Taylor Designs never cease to amaze me..." --Cassandra Lavalle