Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Project Highlight: 1960's Home Update

This 1960’s home was in desperate need of an update. Our team designed and renovated this space to give it a warm, more modern feel.
Rich wood flooring, woodwork details, soft neutrals, and transitional furniture all work together to complete this inviting dining room and study.
What spaces do you like to see updated?

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Design Inspiration: Farmhouse Fun

In Bridgehampton, New York, this farmhouse is filled with the owners’ flea-market and antique shop finds from London and Paris.

Celebrated designer, Jeffrey Bilhuber, added his own creations, including the living room’s two-sided sofa, and we're inspired!

Friday, June 4, 2010

Quick Tip: Create a Concept Board!

When contemplating a new design, ask your interior designer to present a concept board with all of the finishes to be used in your new space.

This is a great tool that helps you easily visualize all of the fabrics, color swatches, finishes, and textures that may grace your new pad.  It also helps demonstrate how each element will work together to create an overall finished look.

Another great reason to use concept boards?
It can help you see what might be missing in your current design and
can direct you to those special pieces that can help round out your space.