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Holiday Gift Guide for the Man in Your Life

Posted on Thursday, December 8th, 2016 at 1:10 am

With the holidays around the corner, we have put together a gift guide for that “hard to buy for” man in your life.  We’ve included some of our favorite things and the prices range from $25 to $395.

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1. Jack Spade “Norton” Watch $398 You can’t go wrong with a classic watch. This one is perfect for everyday wear and a great staple piece to add to your man’s collection. Buy here.

 

2. Areaware Geometric Whiskey Rocks  $35 The perfect addition to your whiskey drinker’s bar. These cubes keep your drink cold without diluting it and they look good in the glass! Buy here.

 

3. Filson Twill Duffle Bag $395  Whether he is a weekend vacationer or business traveler, this is the bag for him. American-made from Filson’s water repellant twill, it’s meant to be timeless and long lasting. Buy here.

 

4. Peter Millar Leather Trim Quarter Zip Pullover $225  Perfect for everyday wear! Made from merino wool, you know this sweater will be comfy, and the leather trim adds a great masculine touch. Buy here.

 

5. S’well Stainless Steel Water Bottle $35 If he’s always on the go, this is the gift for him. The S’well bottle keeps his water cold for up to 24 hours, or coffee hot for 12! Buy here.

 

6. Fitbit  ‘Alta’ Wireless Fitness Tracker $129.95  A newer take on the ever popular Fitbit, this one wirelessly syncs to your smartphone or computer to track your fitness, sleep, training, and more. Buy here.

 

7. ‘Food & Beer” Book $49.95 For the foodie in your life, this book features 60 recipes and the beer to pair with them.   Buy here.

 

8. Patagonia Water Repellent Down Jacket $229  A classic jacket that is practical, too.  Every man can use a staple like this one in his closet!   Buy here.

 

9. Blundstone Chelsea Boot $174.95  Dress them up or dress them down, they are the perfect boot for everyday wear. With a reputation for comfort and durability, your man will thank you for these! Buy here.

 

10. Malin + Goetz $25.03-$125.73  Shaving cream that is heavy on the hydrating side! Full of vitamin E, this shaving cream soothes and protects even the most sensitive, dry skin. Buy here. 

 

Hope you find this holiday gift guide helpful! Let me know what you end up selecting..

 

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Holiday Gift Guide for the “Hard To Buy” Lady In Your Life

Posted on Wednesday, December 7th, 2016 at 1:10 am

Most of my female friends are the ones doing the shopping for their family, but what’s wrong with purchasing a treat for yourself or giving an idea or two to someone who needs to buy a gift for you?

While some are necessities and others are big splurges,  I varied the price points from $17.99 to $950 so there is truly something for everyone.

And yes, I LOVE all of them, so if you are looking for a present for someone like me, take note and make your shopping easy……

 

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image by dana wolter interiors

 

1. See by Chloe ‘Janis’ Bootie $450  We all need a go-to bootie in our closet. This one is the perfect combination of casual, with a dressier edge from the gold studs and stacked heel. These will become your favorite little black boot.  Buy here.

 

2. Tata Harper Skincare Resurfacing Mask $58 It seems like everyone is always looking for that one skincare product that will make you glow. This one does exactly that! The easy to use mask gets rid of dull skin cells to leave your face soft and clean. Buy here.

 

3. Franny E Semiprecious Stone Cuff $224 We love this simple, layering cuff! The abnormal shape gives it a delicate edge, which is on trend now. Buy here. 

 

4. ‘Cravings’ Cookbook $17.99  Is the lady in your life a cook?  If so, this gift is for her.   Full of user-friendly recipes for the family, parties, and more, the range of recipes are sure to please everyone. Worth getting just to read through–Chrissy’s life (and cooking) tips will having you laughing throughout the whole process. Buy here.

 

5. Burberry Reversible Merino Wool Cape $950 A splurge worthy gift, this cape will become a new staple in her closet. The timeless Burberry check, that is reversible, makes for an easy outfit to throw on and go. Buy here. 

 

6. UGG ‘Cheyenne’ Cashmere Robe $348 Everyone needs that one perfect robe to cozy up in! This cashmere one is just that and the shawl collar and ribbed trim add a more fashionable touch, too. Buy here. 

 

7. Elizabeth and James ‘Langley’ Pebbled Leather Backpack $296.98 (Was $495!) Whether it’s being used for work, a super chic diaper bag, or just for fun, this backpack is a great grab and go bag for any lifestyle. Buy here.

 

8. Zestt Organic Cotton Throw $88 A simple throw is an easy way to add warmth and comfort to a room. This one comes in a variety of great colors bound to suit any space. Buy here.

 

9. Dior ‘Reflected’ 52mm Sunglasses $450 We are still seeing the aviator everywhere, and these glasses are the perfect take on a chicer version of the classic. The matte brown is ideal for everyday wear. Buy here. 

 

10. Stella McCartney ‘Falabella’ Faux Leather Pouch $425 A simple clutch is a great way to simplify your everyday purse. It makes it easy to run around with and will hold just the necessities! We love how this one has some edge with the chain detail, perfect for transitioning from day to night. Buy here.

 

11. Jo Malone London Wood Sage & Sea Salt Cologne $65-$130 Finding an everyday scent that is not too overpowering can be a task. Jo Malone is one of the best at creating delicate, elegant scents that can be worn from day to day, and this one is a favorite. It is the perfect combination of fresh and woodsy. Buy here.

 

12. Beyond Yoga Colorblock Capris $99 Is the lady in your life looking for that one thing to help push her to the gym? Or is she the type of girl who likes to run her errands in workout clothes?  If so, these leggings are a versatile option. She won’t be able to resist wearing these adorable color block leggings. Buy here. 

 

Hope you found this list helpful for the women you are shopping for (or yourself)!  Let us know what you end up purchasing.

 

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Holiday Gift Guide for your Teenage/College Girl

Posted on Tuesday, December 6th, 2016 at 1:10 am

Friends ask me all the time for Christmas ideas for my teenage and college girls.  It’s difficult, as they are pretty particular.  With their gifts costing more -meaning less is under the tree- I have tried to find things I know they and other girls 15 and up can use and enjoy. The price points vary from $14 to $890, so there is truly something for everyone.

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image by dana wolter interiors

1. BLANKNYC ‘Morning’ Suede Moto Jacket $188  Every girl needs a moto jacket in their wardrobe and I love the suede take on this one. The wine color is perfect for the holiday season(and on trend for this season)  and the details give it a stylish, edgy look. Buy here.

 

2. Longchamp ‘Le Pliage’ Expandable Travel Bag $255 The perfect bag for spending the night out or weekend trips! This overnight bag expands to twice it’s size to suit any length of stay. Buy here.

 

3. BP. Velvet Choker $14 Chokers continue to be a big trend! We love this velvet version because it’s great for layering with other pieces or for wearing alone.  Buy here.

 

4. Cambridge Audio ‘G2’ Mini Portable Bluetooth Speaker $149.99 For the teenage girl that is always listening to music. This bluetooth speaker has a touch of edge with the gold finish, and it’s great for taking with her wherever she goes. Buy here.

 

5. Bobbi Brown ‘Bobbi’s Beauty Book’ Eye, Cheek, & Lip Palette $76 (Was $95)  A palette is a great way to pair down your makeup and makes taking it with you on-the-go so simple! This one includes everything you need with six eye shadows, a bronzer/blush duo, mascara, lip gloss, and brushes. Buy here.

 

6. Bose SoundSport In-Ear Wireless Headphones $149.95 Whether she uses them for working out, studying, or just listening to music, these headphones are sweat resistant and wireless. A fun and practical way to up her headphone game! Buy here.

 

7. Tory Burch ‘Robinson’ Slim Saffiano Leather Card Case $85 A card case is an easy solution to keeping the necessities with you wherever you are. Perfect to slide in a backpack or small clutch, it will hold just what you need! Buy here.

 

8. Chloe ‘Mini Marcie’ Leather Crossbody Bag $890 Crossbody bags continue to be all the rage, and this is a great step up from the standard one. The cute curved shape is a change from the traditional rectangle. This one is a classic, an investment piece she can keep for years! Buy here.

 

9. Steve Madden ‘Ecntrcv’ Slip-On Sneaker $59.95 A shoe that embodies two of the season’s hottest trends-velvet and sneakers! We love this take on the slip-on sneaker. The velvet adds a chic, lush flare. Buy here.

 

Hope this helps when shopping for your teenage girls.  Let me know what you select for the teenage/young adult girl in your life.

 

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Simple, Elegant Ways To Decorate For Christmas

Posted on Saturday, December 3rd, 2016 at 1:10 am

It’s hard to believe the holidays are here.   With Christmas around the corner, I am looking for simple, easy elegant ways to decorate.   Jesus didn’t mean for the season to be stressful, and I am determined I am going to stay calm and relaxed this year.

 

Your home should be a place you can live in comfortably and that works well for your family, even during the holidays! While shooting for the feature of my house in the December issue of Southern Living, I had the chance to stream this VIDEO live with them to discuss tips for decorating.  Click on the first one listed to watch.

 

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Southern Living team working their magic!

 

Here is a recap of the tips in the video:

 

  1. Simplicity: Create spaces you can live in and that work for your family. This goes along with holiday decorating, too! Sometimes the simplest detail is the most elegant.  It doesn’t need to be fussy or expensive.

 

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Magnolia wreath sprayed with white paint and hung in my foyer

 

 

2. Texture: Mix textures to achieve a layered look.  By adding simple greenery to shiny ornament balls on my mantle, I added some softness to my limestone fireplace. When decorating, think of pairing shiny with matte sheens, smooth finishes with textural, etc….

 

 

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3. Repetition: Pick a couple of colors and repeat them throughout all of your decor. In this instance we chose white and gold and mixed textures through the wrapping paper, ribbons, and calling cards.

 

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4.  Surround yourself with things you love.  I showcased this sweet nativity set from Amano in Mountain Brook Village.   I love how it reminds  me the reason for Christmas in such a subtle way.

 

 

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I hope these tips make decorating for Christmas a little easier for you this year.  Take care and enjoy the season-

 

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Update On My Office Space

Posted on Wednesday, November 30th, 2016 at 1:10 am

As I wrote here, I am moving my office to the heart of Mountain Brook Village in Birmingham, AL, in a few weeks, and thought I would give you an update.

 

Lots of exciting changes have been happening.   Hardwood floors have been put down and waxed in the front room, built-ins were added to a hallway and the entire space has been painted.

 

 

Fabrics and colors for the front room- Dana Wolter Interiors

Fabrics and colors for the front room- Dana Wolter Interiors

 

 

I am tweaking the exterior a little, and I thought I would share a peek.    My paint color scheme has changed from the picture, but you can see where I am going with this….

 

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The inside consists of basically two rooms connected by a hallway.  I see the front room serving as a meeting room, and I want it to feel like you are walking into a warm, inviting living room to visit a friend.   Something pretty from the street but functional for my firm’s needs.  Here is a “Before” picture of the space:

 

 

 

 

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BEFORE- Front Room

 

 

 

 

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AFTER of the Hallway.  Doors aren’t hung here, but once they are, this space becomes hidden storage.

 

 

 

 

There is a bar area in the back room.  I opened it up and replaced the countertop and faucet.    I love this Kallista one given to me as a gift,  and it can be purchased from Ferguson in Birmingham, AL.

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I am thrilled to be in the heart of Mountain Brook Village.  I love being from the South, and I am especially proud to call it home. There are so many positive changes taking place in Mountain Brook and in the city of Birmingham, so stay tuned to some exciting things happening here.

 

My office project has been a slow process because it has taken a back seat to my client’s projects.   It looks like the construction will be finished in the next week or so, and we will be moving shortly after.  I will keep you posted on the finished space.

 

Have a great day-

 

dana

 

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A Different Kitchen (AKA- A Nonwhite One)

Posted on Tuesday, November 29th, 2016 at 1:10 am

Recently, I blogged about a kitchen here that I designed that is featured now in the Holiday issue of Traditional Home.  I love that not only was it custom designed specifically for my client, but that it is a gray kitchen versus a white one like you are seeing everywhere.

 

Don’t get me wrong- I love a white kitchen because they are clean, classic, and on trend.   I recently painted my own a version of this palette and I am enjoying it.

 

But when I am able to start from scratch and create a space you won’t see in any other house, I am all over making it unique.  After all, that is why clients hire us- to give them a space that is classic enough to stand the test of time, but one that is custom and special and different than their neighbor’s.

 

I kept the colors soft to suit the owners and their style, so I chose Sherwin Williams “Crushed Ice” for the cabinetry and walls.  The kitchen is light and airy without having to be white.

 

 

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Sherwin William’s Crushed Ice

 

 

It’s hard to tell from these photographs but we played with the Crushed Ice color.  I watered down the color on the wood walls but used the same color in full formula for the cabinets.   This kitchen had many details that added warmth and contrast to the design, while remaining bright and airy.

 

 

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Even though the cabinetry and walls were light, the countertops were a great place to add warmth. The dark soapstone really stood out in this space and helped marry the darker island base.  Soapstone is a forgiving material, so it was perfect for this type of workspace.   The island countertop is Mystery White marble, and this “clean” material was fitting for this somewhat formal-feeling kitchen.

 

 

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dana wolter interiors – photography by Graham Yelton

 

 

The French white oak floors from Bois Chamois  are not only beautiful, but practical as well. With two dogs in the house, they are scratch resistant and won’t show dog hair. The waxed finish keeps the color light, but its gray tones blend into the rest of the kitchen.

 

 

dana wolter interiors - photography by Graham Yelton

dana wolter interiors – photography by Graham Yelton

 

 

The warm gray charcoal finish on the white-oak island base added contrast, as well as a touch of formality with it’s soft lines and reeded cabinet doors. It became a grounding piece against the lighter cabinets and wood floor.

 

 

Classic details, such as mixing metals in the light fixtures and hardware, softly added more warmth through these layers. Keeping these details refined and purposeful is one of the best ways to create a tasteful space.

 

And, as always, if we can help turn your home into one you think you can only dream about, reach out to us here.  We would love to hear from you-

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Behind The Scenes- Traditional Home Feature

Posted on Tuesday, November 8th, 2016 at 2:20 am

A while back, I had the privilege of working on a beautiful new home for some of my favorite clients.

 

They are chic, empty nesters who were building their forever house, and with a discerning eye and an appreciation for fine materials, they hired me to create a unique, gorgeous, home.

 

It was such a fun project because they were not scared to let me be creative.   They trusted me and my vision, even when it was completely different than anything they had ever seen.   I am glad they took a leap of faith because it turned out beautifully.

 

I was thrilled to learn their kitchen is in the November/December issue of Traditional Home, and I thought it might be fun to take a look at my thought process for this home.

 

When I first saw the floor plans, the kitchen and family room were one big room.  In my opinion, the open room felt more like a ballroom than a residential home, so the first thing I did was define the two rooms with an opening.

 

This home is French in style, and I saw soft lines throughout the home.   Wherever I could, I added a subtle sweep or flair that is balanced out with simple details surrounding it.

 

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Curved opening breaking up the Kitchen from the Family Room. Floors are a waxed French Oak by Bois Chamois

 

 

I also saw soft colors throughout.  The lady of the house is this stunning blond with blue eyes.  Believe it or not, when working on any project, I always look at what colors my client seems to gravitate towards or what colors seem to favor them.  Silver, grays, deep purple,and soft blue became our palette throughout.

 

 

The gallery hall leading into the kitchen was exceptionally long, and I wanted to shorten the expanse of walkway here so I added 6′ deep barrel vault opening on each end.  I think they ended up being a nice custom detail to the space.

 

 

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Barrel vault opening leading into the ktichen

 

 

 

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Curved “x” over the horizontal boards.  This particular opening is on the opposite end of the Gallery.

 

 

 

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Repeat of the soft lines in the soffit and hood. Notice how we flipped the curves on each?

 

 

We used Soapstone on the perimeter and honed Mystery White marble on the island.  I mixed my metal finishes for a “collected” look to this new house.

 

The island ended up being my favorite detail in this space.    The homeowners like to eat at it each night, so one end needed to serve as seating.  I saw soft lines on this piece versus 90 degree edges, so I designed one with soft curves.

 

I tell my clients ALL the time, custom cabinetry is something you cannot skimp on in a project.  It makes the biggest difference, and not all craftsmen are equal.

 

Thank goodness we had a good one for this project.  To show what a true craftsmen he is, he created a mini version of the island just to make sure it laid out like we hoped.  If I can say so myself, I think his effort- and talent- paid off.

 

 

 

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Reeded doors in a custom finish

 

 

The backsplash is a Calcutta Gold mosaic with Azul limestone squares from Artistic Tile.    The material is beautiful and helped pull all of the finishes together.

 

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The pictures shown here are ones Graham Yelton photographed for me.   To see more photographs and sourcing on this kitchen, check out the article in this month’s Traditional Home.   It’s a beautiful issue – with a gorgeous cover- and it will not disappoint.

 

And, as always, if we can help turn your home into one you think you can only dream about, reach out to us here.  We would love to hear from you-

 

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Five Pieces Of Design Advice To Ignore

Posted on Tuesday, November 1st, 2016 at 2:20 am
When it comes to designing and decorating your home, you want to do it right the first time, and there is some advice given out often that, in my opinion, needs to be ignored.
It usually comes from a builder, a worker on your home,  or a well-intentioned friend.  Trust your gut, or better yet, hire a designer you can trust with one of the largest investments (your home) you will ever make.
So here goes….  A few pieces of friendly advice you should IGNORE:
1.  Don’t paint your brick –  Painted brick is so pretty to me and it is a great way to give your home a beautiful, cohesive look.  See how gorgeous this home is below?
Photo from Better Homes and Garden

Photo from Better Homes and Garden

 

2.  Using 6″ recess cans throughout a space-  Heard of a swiss cheese ceiling?  Yep, this is exactly what I mean.
If you must incorporate recess, use the smaller ones that provide lots of light from a small bulb.   Yes, the smaller led recess cost more than the typical 5″-6″ builder cans often speced, but the look far outweighs the cost. Use dimmers to soften the lighting, and use a variety of different types of lighting to create warmth and layering. Table and floor lamps that direct light in the living areas is best. It allows you to see things better, puts a nicer light on your face, and illuminates the colors and textures in your furnishings better.
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Image from Barry Dixon

 

 

3. Selecting granite over marble because you do not think marble is durable-  This one is a BIG one and I am constantly having to educate my clients about this stone.
I can only hope I am aging as well as marble does, because to me, there is nothing prettier than a well worn piece of marble after several years have passed.  I have had it in my house for over nine years, and trust me, we live hard in  use my kitchen and bathrooms.   And guess what?  Do not tell my dirty little secret, but we are not the neatest group either.
Dana Wolter Interiors. Graham Yelton Photography

Dana Wolter Interiors. Graham Yelton Photography

 

 

 

 

Dana Wolter Interiors

Dana Wolter Interiors

 

 

The key is to choose a honed marble so etching wont take place if something hot is placed on it, and if you like red wine, don’t leave it spilled on the counter for days on end.   If something does happen and the stain bothers you (which it shouldn’t- it’s called patina), the material can always be resurfaced.
4. Hanging  artwork too high– Keep the center of your artwork at eye level or a little lower to create intimacy in a space.  In a room where people will mostly be sitting, artwork should be hung a little lower.
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Image from Dana Wolter Interiors

 

 

5. Arranging all of your furniture against the walls– You never want to create a furniture arrangement that makes conversation difficult.  If you have a room that is big enough, be creative and float your sofa and add a couple of sitting ares to the space.   A sofa can look great off of the wall, so use open spaces to be creative and create intimacy.
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What advice have you been given when it comes to your house that you wish you’d ignored? I’d love to hear from you so please share!

Take care,

dana

 

 

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The Editor At Large Interview

Posted on Tuesday, October 25th, 2016 at 2:20 am

A few weeks ago,  I was part of a panel at the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center in Atlanta, GA, discussing how to incorporate technology and social media into a business.

 

 

The Editor At Large, who covered the event, asked my thoughts on how ADAC supports designers in the industry and what I view as “cutting edge”.   You can watch the clip here.

 

 

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The Editor At Large Interview with Arianne Nardo

 

 

 

It was a fun few days at ADAC, the energy was amazing throughout the building, and hopefully all of us learned a few ways to grow our business by using these tools.

 

Coastal Living Homes Editor Ellen McGauley and Southern Living Senior Homes Editor Zoë Gowen led our particular panel, and Cortney Bishop of Charleston, South Carolina, joined us.

 

Special thanks to The Shade Store for sponsoring.

 

 

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Our session had lots of discussion and tips on what’s working online, what’s not working, and what the future of design entails with social media and technology.

 

I loved being on the panel with Cortney, as we first met when we were named as NewTrads by Traditional Home in 2014.

 

 

Here are a few takeaways from our talk:

1. Social media isn’t going anywhere, so if you aren’t already using it to grow your business, now is the time.

2. Find the social media platform that work best for you, and focus on it.

3. What is the first thing you do when you hear someone’s name and you want to find out more about them?  You Google them.   A website is a must for any business.

4. Everything that comes out of your office speaks of your brand, so make sure it gives the message you are trying to portray.

 

 

The session was taped so if you would like to watch, go to my Facebook page here.   Skip through the introduction as the sound is bad, but it clears up after the first few minutes.

 

 

Let me know if these video links help with your business, too.

 

Dana

 

 

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What’s Keeping Your House From Being A Home You Love?

Posted on Thursday, October 13th, 2016 at 2:20 am

Are you stuck, knowing your home could look and feel so much better, but you aren’t sure what to do?

 

Or you can’t seem to find the motivation to pull your home together?

 

Dana Wolter Interiors

Dana Wolter Interiors

 

 

Dana Wolter Interiors

Dana Wolter Interiors

 

Life is busy, and hectic, and stressful.  I get it as I sometimes feel the same way, too.

 

But I am constantly reminded how a well-functioning home, a healthy home, one that allows you to breathe deeply and de stress, can truly change your life.

 

And your family’s.

 

I see it happen all the time, and it is one of the most rewarding aspects about what I do.  A well-designed, high functioning home, I call it a healthy home,  can change how you live and enjoy life.

 

If you are ready for a change for you and your family, now is the time.  Let us help in a way that best fits your needs.

 

Dana Wolter Interiors

Who would know this family room is filled with durable fabrics for family and pets?                                                  Dana Wolter Interiors

 

 

The majority of our projects are full room or turnkey projects, where we are involved in the beginning so we can devise a detailed plan according to your budget and implement it for you.

 

We specialize in new construction, beginning with the schematics (many times I am hired before an architect has put pen to paper) to hanging the last picture on the wall.  We work closely with the builder and architect to make sure every detail is thought through from the beginning to the very end.  Your project becomes our project.

 

We also offer other services for clients who need direction and help making decisions for their home, but they like to do the legwork themselves.   Our one-time consult service, which I have previously mentioned before, and it is the perfect way to devise a plan tailored specifically for your home.

 

It has gone over really well, and the clients who have invested in this 3.5 hour meeting with me have been surprised over the amount of detail and information that comes with it.  Matter of fact, I have even gone on the road -and in the air-  to offer this service.

 

The last service we offer is Design Online.   You fill out a questionnaire and send measurements of your space with “before”  photos taken from each angle.   We come up with a detailed plan for the particular room- from furniture layout to furniture selections to paint to fabrics to accessories-  all within the budget you give and without us ever stepping into your home.   You can order one or ten rooms at a time from us.

 

If you think we can help make your home the place you dream, why are you waiting?  Email us at info@danawolterinteriors.com.  Let’s talk now so we can have a plan of action in place for you by the new year.

 

Here’s to making your house a home, one detail at a time-

dana

 

 

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