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An artist in her studio

Interior designer Heidi Pribell uses an old gas station to showcase her design aesthetic

Bursts of color fill Heidi Pribell’s studio, which is in a former gas station built in the early 1900s. Bursts of color fill Heidi Pribell’s studio, which is in a former gas station built in the early 1900s. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Jaci Conry
Globe Correspondent / August 5, 2010

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Heidi Pribell craves color the way most people crave food. “I get really charged by it. I find color fulfilling and satisfying,’’ says the Cambridge-based interior designer. When it comes to creating a color palette for the interiors she designs, she says: “I think of it as a really fine meal. You need the sweet, bitter, spicy, salty — all ... (Full article: 733 words)

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