Tag Archives: design

Why You May Need a Round Dining Table

My friends, the dining room is getting smaller and smaller. A recent study by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) asked single-family builders how they distribute the finished floor space in their typical new homes. In an average new build, the dining room accounts for about 7% of the total square footage of the […]

Family-Friendly Kitchen Reveal

Kitchen designs are some of the most-pinned photos on Pinterest. We LOVE beautiful kitchens, don’t we? I suppose it’s where many women spend much of their time. Well, not me, but MANY women . . .  Today I’m sharing a recent family-friendly kitchen project of mine that may inspire some ideas for your own kitchen design. A farmhouse […]

How a Vision Board Can Guide Your Design

Every designer has their own process when designing rooms for clients. My own process varies depending on the changes that are being made and the personality of the client. On occasion, I will put together a Vision Board to help my client visualize the outcome of a design. One of my current projects is designing […]

Five Things I Love About This Bedroom (and One I Hate)

There are a whole lot of things I love about this bedroom. It’s the master bedroom of a home where I designed 95% of the interior. Living room, dining room, office, breakfast room, bonus room, and FIVE bedrooms. This room is painted Sherwin-Williams Oyster Bay, and it’s the one of two rooms in this house […]

Win Tickets to the Mercantile Event in Nashville!

We are super excited to team up with The Mercantile for its inaugural show in Nashville. The Mercantile Event takes place from 2-8pm on Sunday, September 25 at Mercy Lounge in the historic Cannery building. You can only find the event in Nashville, Los Angeles, and Detroit, so it’s kinda exclusive-ish.   The Mercantile is a […]