Archive for the ‘Design Advice’ Category

Tuesday Trends- Office vs. Guest Room

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

If you haven’t had friends or family visit recently, it may be time to renovate that extra room so that it has a multi-purpose function. There are many ways to make the space function for you, as well as your everyone else in your life that comes to visit. Maybe you need an additional space that functions as an office, or perhaps you have a hard-working guest that needs an office space of their own when they come to visit. Hopefully this post will get your creative juices flowing enough to take on a new project, big or small. May is a great time to start, especially in time to have some summer guests!

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Sources | Eye 4 Detail | Beyond Beige Interior Design Inc. | Eduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores | She Homes Charlotte | Deu I Deu by Anna Profitós

Friday Favorites-Wheres the Wine

Friday, May 5th, 2017

What’s better than starting off the weekend with a blog about wine! Everybody I know wants a wine cellar in their home. It’s just that appealing. With the homes shown below comes a common theme: the cellar is tucked under a stairwell, enclosed with glass, putting it on display. It seems to assist with the design of your home, no matter what that is. If you see this somewhere, it must mean that the host must know what they’re doing so be prepared to have a good time. Sound good to me! Happy Friday Everyone!

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Sources | Brandon Architects Inc. | Interior ID, London | Wakefield Construction Inc. | Coats Homes Dallas, Texas |

Tuesday Trends- Bar Storage and Display

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

Sometimes there are spaces in our home that we don’t know how to utilize. How about throwing in a wet bar or dry bar? If you don’t want it exposed, you can put it in a hallway, mudroom, or unused closet. There are many options as to the type of storage or display that you can implement. If you like the idea of having exposed storage, open displays with a fun back-splash can really create a statement. When stylized and well-organized, wet bars can look amazing!

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Sources | Morgante Wilson Architect | Patrick Ahearn Architects | Stahlburg Design | Faiella Design | Venegas and Company