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Accessories are Jewelry for the Room

Designing a room starts with the floor plan. Okay, you’ve chosen the perfect sofa, chairs, tables, and lighting. However, rooms come to life when the accessories are placed. Accessories are Jewelry for the Room.

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Why Hire an Interior Designer?

Just why should you hire an Interior Designer? And why you shouldn’t take design advice from your contractor. Don’t get me wrong we love all our contractors and tradespeople we work with. However, an interior designer understands how you, the client lives and what will help the flow and function of a room.

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Front Doors of the Amalfi Coast

Having recently returned from traveling throughout the Amalfi Coast. The front doors were very inspiring. With the views of the Mediterranean Sea. Similarly, was the food, the wine, the people, and history. All the architecture design, so gorgeous! However, as an Interior Designer, seeing the Italian design styles feeds my creative side.

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What Color should Your Sofa be?

So many sofa choices and so many colors to pick from. The question is “should your sofa be a color, a pattern or neutral? ” Well, that depends on a few things. One, are you planning on working with existing furniture. Two, are you planning on keeping it for years and three, do you like color and pattern.

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Mixing Metals…..how many is enough?

As an interior designer people ask me one of two questions. First, where do you find all these great pieces for your client’s homes? And second is mixing metals okay? To answer the first question, I shop a lot and have a terrific memory. Also, we work with so many great vendors and we have a lot to choose from! For the second question. Yes, mixing metals is perfectly fine! It can be very exciting and interesting to mix metals in your Decor.

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