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Psychology of Interior Spaces

Psychology of Interior Spaces

  People don’t realize how much of an effect their interior environments have on their everyday lives. When I design, I like to take into consideration the basic aspects of the person who lives or works within the space.   The experience of personal space transformation goes beyond simply reflecting a sense of personal style … Continue reading

{TASTE} Fresh Strawberry Tarts

{TASTE} Fresh Strawberry Tarts

 Fresh Strawberry Tarts with Strawberry Glaze & fresh whipped cream 4 – 5 C fresh strawberries 3 T Cornstarch 1/2 C – 1 C sugar Put 2C of fresh (washed) strawberries in a blender (stems/greens removed) or food processor and pulse until smooth, add sugar (to taste) and cornstarch blend until mixed and smooth. Cook over medium heat … Continue reading

Entertaining with Style

Entertaining with Style

Some will say that creating an impact with food is not their style and would rather buy it than make it. For me, cooking and creating is part of my make-up plan. I especially like to cook with you (my guest) in mind. Whether it is for a large crowd or intimate gathering, I have … Continue reading

Transforming Spaces | Being Creative in Design

Transforming Spaces | Being Creative in Design

Peaceful and elegant with huge impact, this client’s space went from boring to spectacular. This loft project was literally a blank canvas with much to do to create a “turn-key”, “move‐in ready” product. This is what we did to transform the space… The walls were green and taupe with a center island that was white painted sheetrock. As we worked on the space, the first thing we did was change the paint color to Night Horizon – by Benjamin Moore in a flat finish. We wrapped the center island in aluminum that was fabricated from a local steel shop. I brought the dimensions in to their shop and picked out the big sheets to cut. The fabricator cut it immediately. Once installed, the boring island took on a very high-end commercial kitchen look with great texture. I softened the look with 3 stools from Pier One that have cream rotatable seats and espresso stain on the legs. Transitioning from cold and sterile to rich and comfortable, I used a double pedestal table by Hooker  that … Continue reading

Clean Lines, High Style and Class

Clean Lines, High Style and Class

Monochromatic space with cream leather chairs, high style sofa with nail ticking detail, beautiful wool rug with brown, cream and turquoise. Eclectic texture and detail throughout the home. Various textures, mirror tables, glass elements, silver nail, animal horns and hides provide the high style effect. Living Room Cream leather chairs that are strapped in the … Continue reading

Designing the Month of Love

Designing the Month of Love

February is the LOVE month, so with that being said, lets talk about designing with red, romance and something sweet. For holidays and various occasions, I love designing my rooms festively with roses. After all, aren’t roses one of a girl’s best friends? Let’s start with the master bedroom and bathroom—treat the rooms as one. The … Continue reading

Designing the Senses This Holiday Season

Designing the Senses This Holiday Season

Design your home through the eyes of a child.  You may remember when you were a child, the feeling of awe when you entered the room, the dazzle of sparkling lights, the smells of fresh baked cookies and family recipes from generations to share, the comfort of home with a warm fire in the fireplace, music … Continue reading

Rustic Elegance

When I design homes, I like to design with what I visualize to create an impact. Whether the home is for sale or not it is always important to invoke a reaction– a “wow” factor. Rustic Elegance is using textures that are rough, smooth, metal, cowhide– let’s take a look and I will take you … Continue reading