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The Surprising Reason Why I Choose Paint Color FIRST

When designing interior spaces, I typically choose paint color first. If you work in the field of design, you may have been taught to do the exact opposite. I know, I know. That’s what they teach in design school. You start with art or fabric or rug, then choose a wall color from one of […]

First Impressions In Home Staging – Even More Important Than You Realize

First impressions in home staging – you may not realize just HOW important they truly are.  How much do you really know about the impact of the first impression on homebuyer decision-making?   First of all, it’s important to understand that the “decision” to like or dislike a visual stimulus is not truly a decision. It […]

The Final Reveal of Colors and Design at House for Hope Designer Showhouse

The House for Hope Designer Showhouse turned out beautifully and is open for tours! *sigh of relief*   You might imagine that choosing the paint color palette and placement for the home was a quick and easy task. If only. paint colors are Sherwin-Williams and specified by The Decorologist   I created the paint color scheme prior to […]

Creating the Paint Color Palette for the House for Hope Designer Showhouse

One of the most frequent things I am asked to do is to create paint color palettes for interiors and exteriors of homes, but to create one for a designer show house that benefits children’s charities makes it extra-special for me.  It’s been about a year in the making, but the House for Hope Designer […]

Nate Berkus and My Other Favorites at The Antiques and Garden Show

This morning I met up with my design bestie, Elizabeth Scruggs, and we took the 2017 Antiques and Garden Show by storm! Of course, I want to share a few of my favorite things about the longest-running, largest, most respected show of its kind. I’m a lucky girl to live in Nashville!   This show is […]