For the first installment of Defining Design Terms, I’m covering “boards”. You hear the terms vision boards, mood boards, concept boards, material boards… clearly interior designers love boards! But what does each one mean?
Have you ever been in a room and thought “I wish I could have this for my own home”? It happens to me all of the time! I’m constantly finding design inspiration everywhere I go. From a fabric… Read More
This month’s Design Style Guide is focusing on Transitional – my personal favorite and the one I use in my own home. Read on for all the details:
This month’s Design Style Guide covers Mid-Century Modern – a classic, timeless style that is becoming popular again in a big way.
Last month I announced the start of my new series “Design Style Guides“. Each month I will be bringing you a detailed guide to popular design styles which will include the time period, how to spot the style,… Read More
One of the things my clients struggle with most is putting a name to their personal design style. Why does this matter? Having a clear vision of your personal style before beginning a project will result in a… Read More
This month’s Design Style Guide is taking you somewhere totally different. Brutalism isn’t most people’s go-to look for their home. However this much maligned style is seeing a resurgence in the design world and new wave Brutalism is… Read More
This month’s Design Style Guide is all about the decor of the modern-day hippie: Boho Chic. This relaxed style focuses on a spiritual connection with nature through patterns, fabrics, and calming colorways. Read on to learn all about… Read More
This month’s Design Style Guide is all about the exotic, iconic style of the country of Morocco. Moorish architecture, beautiful jewel tones, intricate patterns, and hand woven fabrics all combine to create a warm, romantic, and luxurious feel.
This month’s Design Style Guide is Rustic. Just in time for Fall, this style is perfect for mountain lodges and lakeside cabins. Read along to learn about about this rugged style: