Breakups are stressful. Moving is stressful. Moving after a breakup? We’re talking stress squared. Anika Jackson, VP at Real Beauty Real Women, asked me to write a decorating post with some tips on how to make the transition a bit smoother. To read the rest of the post, click HERE. Continue reading Decorating 101 for the Suddenly Single
Edited by Carl Dellatore, INTERIOR DESIGN MASTER CLASS: 100 Lessons From America’s Finest Designers On The Art of Decoration, is an outstanding book. Although it’s geared towards students of design and professionals, this book would appeal to anyone who’s curious about interiors. The book is divided into six sections: theory, structure, style, process, elements, and … Continue reading The Design Files – Interior Design Master Class
Traditional interiors will be big in 2018 according to various interior design articles. I never received the memo that they were “out”. I don’t think they ever went away, especially in cities like New Orleans, Charleston (SC), and Washington, DC. I don’t belive in following trends. It’s helpful to know what is going on in … Continue reading The Design Files – Traditional Interiors are Back
My sister and my brother-in-law had their first child last month. My brother and my sister-in-law have two boys so now I have three nephews. Nurseries are fun rooms to decorate. However, it can be a stressful time for families as they try to get this room together before the baby arrives. Below are some … Continue reading The Design Files – Nursery Tips
Ciao Bloggisti, I know matching curtains, wallpaper, and even bed covers are having a moment. I think this style can look lovely in a Manhattan Classic Six bedroom or a home in the English countryside. In general though, I’m not a fan of what interior designers/decorators refer to, in very technical terms, as matchy-matchy. So … Continue reading The Design Files – Yes, You Can Mix Stripes and Prints.