About Ellen Cohen, C.I.D.

In 2001, Ellen received a C.I.D. from Philadelphia’s Moore College of Art and Design and realized her dream of establishing Interior Possibilities, LLC, a full-service residential and commercial interior design firm located in the heart of historic Bucks County, PA. Since then, she has been delighting her clients from New England to Florida and the Jersey Shore.

Creating Beautiful Spaces, The Power of Design

Ellen prides herself on working with her clients to create aesthetically pleasing spaces, resulting in interiors that reflect her clients’ individual tastes and personalities. As owner of Interior Possibilities she manages the design process from conception through completion or can tailor services for specific needs.

Community Involvement

Ellen’s professional involvement in the design community includes having served on the Board of Directors of the International Furnishings and Design Association (IFDA). In this capacity, she had the honor of being selected President of the IFDA Philadelphia Chapter and accepted a three-year term on the International Board of IFDA as a Director- at-Large, She is the proud recipient of the IFDA Executive Leadership Award and the Outstanding Chapter President Award. Ellen is an active member of the national Window Coverings Association of America (WCAA) and the Bucks County Designers Association.

A native of Connecticut, now living in PA for forty years, Ellen keeps current with the design industry by frequently attending seminars and conferences. She has been quoted in Bucks County Lifestyle and Solutions at Home magazines and has staged for Doylestown’s Superior Kitchen Tour. Ellen was delighted to have been chosen to refurbish both the chapel and sanctuary at Shir Ami Synagogue in Newtown, Bucks County, and enjoyed working with one of the designers of TLC’s popular program, Trading Spaces. Currently, Ellen is redesigning Tony’s Place, a popular restaurant in Ivyland, PA. She also has been noted by Bucks County Community College as “a top presenter” for their Day For All Women and is a sought after speaker for design-focused seminars.