Interior Design Blog
I read a fascinating article recently on MultiBriefs about the future of Baby Boomers on the housing market. Author Michael J. Berens compared expectations for Baby Boomers to recent data and surveys for an interesting look at how this demographic can impact housing in the coming years. The article got me thinking about design for Baby Boomers.
As a professional interior designer, I can let you in on a little secret: You don’t HAVE to have a dining room!
After 14 years in business, I have finally uncovered my niche – interior design for executives and entrepreneurs! It was right in front of my face this whole time!
Admit it! Once the holiday decorations come down, your house seems bare and maybe a little boring. This is an ideal time of year to switch things up.
I was honored and humbled to be chosen as 1 of 26 interior designers selected from across the U.S. to participate in the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge NYC Holiday Bash 2016.
Here are some examples of mirrors that have caught my eye recently!
Here are some tips on how to throw your first dinner party!
Interior design preferences come and go over the years, but wall covering choices have always come down to paint vs. wallpaper. Fortunately, wallpaper is back — and in a big way!
The first question a client is likely to ask me when starting a redecoration project is, “What color are we going to paint the walls?”
A couple of years ago, I spent some truly enjoyable time antiquing in the Cotswolds. With the recent Brexit drama, your dollar can go further in England — if you plan an antiquing trip now, you can get more bang for your buck!
When a client of ours in Granby, Connecticut decided to build a sun room with kid friendly design as an addition to their home, they wisely started making plans six months before the building started in order to enjoy their new room during the spring and summer...
After the long, sweltering, muggy days of summer, the arrival of fall feels like such sweet relief! It's no wonder many people consider this all-to-brief season their favorite time of year. If your preparations for fall involve simply taking your boots and sweaters...
One of the myths of working with an interior designer is that every element of every room has to be custom, high end, unique, one of a kind; in other words, expensive. While you can, of course, go all out with everything from the wallpaper to the accessories, it’s certainly not a requirement for a well decorated home. Instead, consider buying some pieces that are a splurge because you love them, they’re dramatic, or they’re very high quality. Then, balance the budget with more economical pieces.
Today’s blog post about scale is inspired by my longtime friend, artist Patrick Ganino. Patrick and I go way back — he started his path as an artist around the same time I launched my interior design firm.
Last week, we featured a glamorous master bedroom for a client in the Washington, D.C. area. Today, I’d like to share with you photos of the master bath of this lovely en suite.
For a client in the Washington, D.C. area, we created this glamorous master bedroom. The goal of the project was to design a space for the couple to relax and reconnect in a sumptuous, but classy, environment
Area rugs are a necessity in almost any home. They add texture and warmth to a room, soften floors, absorb sound, and define separate areas in the floor plan.
There’s nothing quite like gathering around a crackling fire on a summer evening with friends and family. Whether you’re relaxing with a glass or wine or toasting marshmallows with the kids, something about the glow of the flames invites a feeling of intimacy and camaraderie.
I am here to tell you that you can focus on your career, have a life, AND have a beautifully designed home! All you need is the help of an experienced interior designer!
There aren't many life transitions more stressful than moving from one home to another. When you look around at the sheer number of items in your home that have to organized, packed, labeled, and transported to your new residence, it's too easy to feel overwhelmed. ...