How do you know when your design project is finished? What is the finishing touch to your design that says, done? As an Interior Designer, I can tell you first hand. Inspiration is everywhere. As a result, your home may never be truly finished. Why? You travel, see new places, meet new people, your home is meant to be lived in and enjoyed. In other words, just like you don’t wear the same clothes you wore 5 years ago. Same with your home. Life happens and as you experience new things and your home will reflect it.Continue reading “The Finishing Touch to Your Design”
Most likely you are reading this while sitting in a chair. We all have chairs. Have you ever thought about the life of a chair? And it’s many uses in our homes. When you think about it between the living room, the kitchen, dining room, home office, and the bedrooms. There are more chairs than people living in the house! The funny thing is we use our chairs without thinking about them. However, if they are not comfortable we know right away. We all have that favorite armchair we can sink into. In other words, the one you love to read a book in, send an email from your iPhone, or talk on the phone to your friends for hours.Continue reading “The Life of a Chair: We All Have Chairs”
The lighting of a room can transform a space. Combining several lighting sources to the overall lighting plan completes the design. As an interior design profession, we always consider the lighting options when designing a room. After all, the perfect lighting design is the jewelry of the room.Continue reading “Lighting Completes the Design”
If we’ve learned nothing else during these last few months, it has to be that spending quality time at home with our loved ones is so important. Living with less but “Better” has become the mantra for many of us. What exactly does that mean? Above all, we have become more thankful for our family, friends, and home. Our homes are our safe haven, our clean space, our home office, the children’s home classroom, etc. In addition, the elements of our homes have become super important. The clutter of having too much stuff has cleared the way for upgrading to better living with our family and friends.Continue reading “Living with Less but Better”
You’re ready to start a new design project. This is an exciting time! But it’s important to consider and understand the Timeline for Your Design Project. If you are working with a design profession they will guide you through the process. However, renovating your home can be very emotional. There will be a lot of changes made, decisions on finishes and furniture, and old items that will be going away. Let’s walk through the whole Timeline of a Design Project from beginning to end.
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