Tag Archives: guest post

How to Hang Window Treatments to Enhance Your Windows

Things have changed in the land of window treatments over the last few decades. Not just in terms of style, but also how we hang them to best effect. An updated, beautiful window treatment complements the window without overpowering it. The Decorologist

Creating a Meaningful Home

Today I am guest blogging for Jenna Burger over at SAS Interiors, one of my FAVORITE design blogs.   Jenna has been running a summer blog series about creating a meaningful home – which means different things to different people, right?  I think we can all agree that each of us wants a special place […]

The Decorologist’s Insider Secrets for Getting Your Paint Color Right

When Nashville-based interior design resource, Interior Canvas, recently asked me to write a post about using color in the home, I decided to share a few of my top tips for choosing the right paint colors.       We’ve all have had the experience of  finding a paint color in a friend’s home or […]

Color Specialist of the Month, House of Turquoise, & Bella Rustica

Recently I had coffee with entrepreneur Julie Boney of Small Wall Paint Sample Boards.  She invented a fabulous product for testing paint colors in your home the right way, which are sold in Sherwin-Williams stores and on her website.  I am the featured Color Specialist for this month on the Small Wall website – check […]

Guest Post and Interview on Annette Tatum’s Well-Dressed Home

I’ve had a super-busy week, how about you?  I’ve helped clients shop for dining room tables, art, lighting, draperies, and rugs.  I’ve arranged furniture, specified paint colors for walls, and hung art and family photos.  And I’ve got 3 more clients to go before my weekend begins!   I am really honored that Annette Tatum, author of […]

Why Men Fear Painting Wood

It’s an age-old question:  why do men fear painting wood?  I can’t tell you how many times the following has occurred:  I have a color consultation with the lady of the house.  There are some horrible 1970s-1980s pieces of wood furniture, dreaded fake paneling in the den, or  dated wood cabinets in the kitchen. After discussing […]