Tag Archives: living room design

Why You May Need a Winter Beach Vacation

I just did something I’ve never done. My family decided to spend Thanksgiving in a completely different way – and made a winter beach vacation out of it. Remember the beach house remodel I completed last winter? Well, we took some family friends and drove the seven hours south to spend Thanksgiving week ON THE […]

Why Matching Colors in the Home Isn’t as Simple as You May Think

Matching colors for your home sounds like a simple visual exercise, but it can be harder than you may think. Today I’m sharing how I pulled together a color scheme for a current project, with tips that can help you with your own interior projects. For my ongoing beach vacation property project in Seagrove Beach, […]

Inspiration for an Updated Living Room

My long weekend plans include painting more chair upholstery with chalk paint and hitting the swimming pool for the last big hurrah of the summer.  I thought I’d share with you an Inspiration Board I just sent out this morning to a sweet e-design client in California.  She needed help casting a vision for her […]

Midcentury Modern Living Room Design

After helping her create a complete color palette for the interior of her home, my online client wanted me to cast a vision via e-design for the living room she hopes to make out of the original dining room.  A lover of mid-century modern design, she wanted to use greens and blues to create a fun […]

Arranging Your Furniture on the Diagonal

Design Mood Board

This week, I’ve been working on a design plan for a client with an oddly-shaped living room.  For me, space-planning is all about creating a furniture arrangement that is in harmony with the architecture.  That can be particularly challenging in a room like this one: Living Room with Diagonal Wall   The room has 5 […]