If you’re like me, you probably have a vision of what your ideal living space would look like. Fortunately, my dream is beginning to take shape. A few months ago, we took the plunge and purchased a good quality sofa. Continue reading Dream On – An Ideal Living Room In The Making
You have to have been living under a rock not to notice the rustic and farmhouse interior styles. It’s been everywhere. I haven’t been able to walk into an interior store without bumping into rusted buckets, chickenwire baskets and weathered Continue reading Are We Finally Over Rustic and Farmhouse Styles?
Recently Sharon McCormick of Sharon McCormick Designs, LLC summed up her style in three words, here. She contends that if you analyze your pins on Pinterest you should get a pretty good idea of your style. What a neat idea! Continue reading What’s Your Design Style?
Savannah, Georgia stole my heart when we visited her a few years ago. The fountains, the gorgeous homes, the Spanish moss laden trees lining those famous squares, the waterfront, the design college there SCAD…I could go on and on. I want Continue reading The Grey
With the Vintage Industrial craze in full swing there’s a lot of corrugated metal looks out there, both in furniture and architectural elements. Are you a fan? I’ve been a fan of corrugated metal for awhile now – reminiscent of Continue reading Corrugated Metal – Too Much, Too Little, Just Right?
It’s January and time for everyone to make their predictions about design trends for the new year. What’s in and what’s out. As bloggers it’s our job to keep up on current fashions and trends, so I’m here to Continue reading How To Incorporate Current Trends and Stay Sane
Mimi Read at House Beautiful interviewed a rising interior designer Melissa Ward where she shares her thoughts in creating a fabulous Hollywood Regency-style apartment. When I saw the slides I just had to share…. Notice the playful use of pattern Continue reading Midweek Inspiration
Oh, I have found a new love….. actually a love of a new design toy – Doodle. I can browse through their look-book and blog for tons of inspiration, take a short “style test” to find my design style, or Continue reading Have You Doodled?