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I’ve always loved this time of year

I’ve always loved this time of year

I’m so thankful for every client, vendor, friend, and family member that has supported me through the years. I find joy in collaborating with all in any professional or personal project, and in making all ideas a dream come true. Let’s continue making wonderful things...

A bedroom oasis is all about design

A bedroom oasis is all about design

The bedroom is your personal sanctuary, and the right wall color plays an important part in helping to achieve the desired mood. Besides creating the mood of your bedroom, the color of the walls can also establish a theme and even provide a sense of well-being. There...

Redesign your home for the holidays

Redesign your home for the holidays

As you know, the kitchen is the heart of the home and, as such, deserves special consideration especially if you are planning for holiday entertaining. Start with a simple redesign for your kitchen. I suggest beginning with the kitchen island at the center of your...

Lighten up your space

Lighten up your space

What are the benefits of having a well-lit home? Personally, I love how natural light can accent interiors, but there are other reasons to bring in light. Sunlight helps to enhance mood, energy levels, and stimulates productivity. When you get more light, the brain...

Creating your perfect backyard

Creating your perfect backyard

A beautiful backyard pool can be as calming for your mind as it is refreshing for your body. Even the view of tranquil water, whether from inside your home or from your garden, patio, or porch, can soothe the soul. From minimalist swimming pool designs to more formal,...

What Egypt taught me about restoration

What Egypt taught me about restoration

This past spring, my travels took me to the grand country of Egypt. Egypt is rich in history, mythology, and some of the most breathtaking architecture ever made. From a design standpoint, it truly is amazing how they were able to construct such intricate and massive...