Robert Coyle

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Robert Coyle (October 30, 1937 - July 5, 1998) was a Newark interior designer. During his career, Coyle worked for a New York design team that redecorated Barbara Streisand’s home. An opportunity came for him to redecorate a “showroom” in a Columbus Victorian mansion in 1989 to raise money for the Columbus Museum of Art. He was the first Licking County resident to be invited to participate in the show; he accepted. [1]



  1. Kathy Wesley, “Local designer’s room in Showhouse a labor of love,” Newark Advocate (Newark, OH), April 29, 1989.