“A well-designed home makes your life better, not just prettier. The feel of Egyptian cotton sheets on your skin when you wake, or the sense and sound of a ceramic mug on a stone countertop in the morning gives you a moment of connection to your environment. It changes the way you live and has value beyond the cost of the materials.”
— Alden Miller
PROJECTS + PRESS
Our goal for the Where Hope Has a Home project was to create beautiful and functional spaces that have a positive impact on families that stay at the Ronald McDonald House.
The Noe Valley, San Francisco project seems to be getting a lot of attention lately. Since its first story back in November, the project has been featured in two more articles on Houzz.
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.
Schematic design packages arm our clients with an effective plan; giving them the confidence and knowledge to move forward efficiently and in-line with their specific project needs.
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:
by | | Ronald McDonald Houses worldwide provide invaluable shelter, support and community to the families of critically ill children while they are undergoing
Last night the AMI team and I attended the launch party for the Galanter and Jones ‘Pylos’ bench. If you haven’t heard of them yet, Galanter and Jones is a fantastic company based out of SF, creating heated outdoor furniture. Their designs are delightfully modern and so comfortable, you will feel like a cat basking in the sun.
Angela Adams has generously donated two ‘fog’ colored Archie area rugs for our space. We are honored to work with such a fantastic company that shares our appreciation for comfortable designs inspired by the outside world.