Spring Designer Tips

May 27, 2021

Add an extra pop to your curbside appeal and make your front door more inviting with a lovely spring wreath. Pull in colors from the garden and add sprigs of dried lavender or herbs to make it fragrant.

May 13, 2021

When choosing foundational furniture like a sofa or lounge chairs, charcoal is favored by many designers. It is a timeless furniture shade that can add interest and depth to any room. It can ground the space if you have a penchant for colors and patterns throughout.  Charcoal is a background that pairs beautifully with an array of colors and textures.


May 6, 2021

Gold accents have been trending for a while and have a timeless appeal. Gold can add warmth, sophistication, and a bit of glam to any room. Select votives, candlesticks, flatware, gold trays, and throw pillows to bring out the gold accents found on lamps, chandeliers, and other fixtures throughout the home. Do not be afraid to mix your metals either!


April 29, 2021

Mixing and matching bold floral patterns is a trend we cannot get enough of. Chintz might be a word that reminds you of a dated floral on a tissue box, but it is taking on a modern look and popping up everywhere this Spring! Sophisticated floral patterns in beautiful palettes, fewer frills, and look ultramodern when paired creatively. Black and white florals paired with a green botanical print or a floral pattern that is large and abstract paired with one that is small and detailed is a great way to start playing with this trend. Try it with decorative pillows, wall art, bedding, and décor!

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April 22, 2021

When using plants or botanicals in your stage, try to stick to one style in each room. For example, if you use faux tropical plants like a palm or monstera, avoid using plants like ferns, moss, or dried flowers in the same room for a more cohesive look. 


April 15, 2021

A light bulb’s color temperature is important to consider when choosing lighting for your home or project. You will have to choose between soft white, cool white, and daylight. Cooler hues have a higher Kelvin reading and are ideal for offices but can make a reading nook feel stark. On the other hand, warmer lighting has a lower Kelvin reading and can make a room feel cozy. The cooler or warmer hues will bring out different hues in your paint colors too. Which works best for you depends on the function of your room.

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