With the end of summer approaching, we took advantage to get ready for school. As we were going through dresser drawers, pulling out flooding pants and tiny t-shirts, I started thinking about how important the fundamentals of interior design are to the functionality of children’s rooms.
A designer is only as good as her resources and contacts. Whenever a project allows for me to put something special on the floor, I immediately make an appointment with rug pro Tony Kitz of Tony Kitz Gallery to find something unique.
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As an Interior Designer I’ve been designing homes and picking out finishes for the past fourteen years. When it came time to renovating our own main floor bathroom, I realized how heavily I rely on my basic tools of the trade to establish the design and make my selections. Here are five useful tips for designing your bathroom like a pro:
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Families at RMDH are experiencing raw and stressful periods in their lives. I believe that a room designed with intention can help them both physically and emotionally in these times.
For this master bath, I created a program that was aimed at remedies and enhancements. We would open up the dark room, select modern materials and deal with the lack of storage.
I was recently featured on the site for Studio Webware. In this post I speak on why Studio Webware is an essential tool for my design process, and share some related questions you should ask before you hire a designer.
More than three switches on a wall is not only too much of a visual impact but a headache every time you want to turn on the lights.