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Are you ready for fall? The weather is started to cool, the leaves are hinting at changing and it’s time to bring the warmth of fall into the home! We’re sharing our top designer tips for fall decorating with you. Grab the family and let’s get started!
Selecting interior finishes for an investment property is different from selecting finishes for your own home. We’re sharing our interior design tips to help investors select the right countertops, flooring, paint, and more for properties they own and want to rent out!
Are you looking to jump onto the hottest interior design trend of using matte black tile in your bathroom? Before you take the leap, read about how to make it work in your home!
Are you looking to create a woodland themed nursery for your baby? Check out our tips to create the perfect nursery for your little bundle of joy.
Many of us now find ourselves navigating a new normal that heavily consists of working from home. Or at least a bigger influence of flexible working. Creating a productive home office environment is paramount to the effectiveness of the work we now do. Even if you are now being reintroduced back into the office, it’s vital to have a productive home office space to work from if you need it.
Are you or someone in your home an allergy sufferer? The type of flooring used in your home has a big impact on how allergens may impact your allergies. We have been working with a few clients recently seeking what the best options are for allergy sufferers when it comes to flooring. So what sort of flooring options are available for allergy sufferers? We are going to take you through the 5 main options for allergy sufferers and explain the unique differences, similarities, longevity and any maintenance required so you can make an informed decision on what is best for you.
Sherwin Williams Forever Green is a peaceful color that will bring a relaxing vibe to any room! We especially recommend this in bedrooms and main living spaces. Are you looking for a similar color in Benjamin Moore’s paint line? Then check out Benjamin Moore Herb Bouquet (460). Learn how to use this color in your home and what paint color we love with it!
The Coastal interior design style is up there as one of the most popular trends at the moment, and you can definitely see why… Taking inspiration from the colors and textures associated with the seaside, blue in particular is known for creating a calm and tranquil interior, due to its color psychology. The style originates from the Mediterranean islands of Greece, and some areas of Spain and Italy. Today though, we see this interior design style as light, naturally soft with clean aesthetics. That blended with nautical blues, warm beige, and other soft seaside tones create the true coastal interior.
Patterns! To create a truly sophisticated interior, patterns should be embraced. I remember spending a ton of time learning about proper pattern and textile mixing when I was in design school It’s no wonder that a common design mistake we see a lot of is homeowners only purchasing solid colored pieces for their space. This is a big mistake when it comes to furniture and accessories because this leads to a space feeling boring and underwhelming. Instead, homeowners should incorporate patterns into their space, but most people don’t know the rules of pattern mixing and how to start. Luckily for you, we’re here to share some of our designer secrets about pattern mixing!
Recently we have been designing sleeping spaces with creative alternatives to headboards. There are lots of different options which can really enhance the look and feel of your bedroom. Not to mention doing something completely different than just an upholstered one!
When designing a bedroom, the headboard – or lack thereof – should be considered carefully. As the bed itself is usually the main feature of the room, the design of the headboard and behind the bed is key to the design.
We have put together this post which covers a variety of different ideas that could be used instead of installing a traditional headboard. These are great options if you love to DIY or if you love to have it done for you!