Tuesday Trends-Spring Fling
Filed under: Color Trends,Tuesday Trends — May 2, 2017 @ 10:52 AM

These Sherwin Williams colors will have you begging for warmer weather. As the sun comes out, we start to think of ways to enhance the beautiful weather. Having hues like these canĀ  assist in better moods and feelings of comfort and relaxation. Applying a few fresh coats of your favorite color just may be the answer. It can also be a more cost efficient way of completely changing the look of your home. Not feeling that bold? Try repainting a piece of furniture for just a slight pop.

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Sources | Diff Miller Style and Design | Watermark Coastal Homes |

~Emily

Friday Favorites- Anything but ordinary bathroom vanity design
Filed under: Friday Favorites,Kitchens & Baths — April 28, 2017 @ 11:00 AM

When you’re working with an Interior Designer for your bathroom project one thing is certain – you’ll have an anything but ordinary vanity design. Why settle for the typical combination of doors and drawers, when you have the opportunity to really think about function as well as style. All of the images below are projects that we’ve worked on with our clients and we love to create a space that truly fits our clients needs as well as wants. Our firm has the ability to design within various design styles to achieve the truly custom vanity for your bathroom.

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~Calie

Tuesday Trends- Bar Storage and Display
Filed under: Design Advice,Tuesday Trends — April 11, 2017 @ 9:15 AM

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

~Emily

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