This master bedroom has a tropical wal paper accent wall that provides a pop of color to the fresh and cleanliness of the room.

HOW DO INTERIOR DESIGNERS CHARGE? PART I

As an industry, I think designers do a terrible job of conveying to the public how we charge. The differences in the industry are also not helping us to build trust among the general public. Most prospective clients who contact me have no idea what they should expect regarding pricing. In comparison, those who have […]

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Design Mistakes to Avoid

For as long as there’s been great design, there’s design that just didn’t age well. I’m sure we all remember popcorn ceilings, shag rugs, glass block—the list goes on. We have put together some of the most famous design faux pas to make sure you avoid these traps yourself.

HGTV Experience and Finding Comfort on Camera

Has your television intake increased over the past couple of months? It seems like almost every big event is being televised or streamed to ensure everyone is able to still enjoy their experience while staying safe. For some, being in front of the camera can be a little nerve-wracking, especially if you have never done it before.

8 Ways to Spruce Up the Foyer

An often overlooked but important part of the home, the foyer or entryway is a great place to add some character to your house. These ideas will inspire you to make some small changes to a small space for BIG impact. A striking lighting fixture serves double duty. Not only does it provide light to […]

Spring Green: Revive, Refresh, Renew

Welcome to the second installment of our spring color blog series! As a designer, I often hear people tell me they want to add color to their homes, but are afraid to do so. In this series, we focus on a color scheme and some simple, fear-free ways to incorporate it into your home. We […]

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