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Xtra, Xtra, Read All About It . . .

Forget the ottoman – have you noticed all the cute x-benches?  I suppose they are technically stools. source   What a great example of something that is on-trend, but not necessarily trendy.  X-benches are classic, smart, and functional.  Great for extra seating or for putting your feet up. 

The Decorologist’s Virtual Room Design Winner

With all the Charlie Sheen nonsense going on, I had to resist the temptation to use the “winning” thing in the post title – but I refrained.  The winner of the Virtual Room Design is Maribeth from Columbia, South Carolina!  This was her entry:  “We have a large, rarely used living room that we are […]

Spring Give-A-Way from The Decorologist: Virtual Room Design!

It’s nearly Spring in Nashville, and I can’t wait for warm weather to be the norm for awhile!  Do you have Spring Fever, too?  It’s a great time of year to spruce up your house, change some colors, add a few new accessories.  I’ve been doing frequent on-line designs lately and decided to host a […]

Long-Distance Decorating

How on earth can you design a room when you and your decorator are in a long-distance relationship?  Let me share a little about how I am able to help clients long-distance through the magic of this little laptop computer!  Here are photographs of the nursery in one of my on-line client’s home.  The “new” room had to […]

Turn Your Wall of Shame Into a Hall of Fame

I have a passion for hanging art and creating art groupings (strange, I know).  In my book, nothing is better than taking a family’s photographs and creating a gallery wall for them.  I’m still in Atlanta furthering my design education, but I thought today I’d share a family photo gallery I created for a new client last […]

Get Your Gray On (What You Need to Know About Decorating with Gray)

No question that gray is the new brown.  Do you love pastels, but don’t want them to look childish?  Choose a grayed version and it’s all sophistication.  Grayed pastels are rooted in Scandinavian design, which I personally love.  The gray below is about as true gray as you can get, but you can use gray […]