We work on a lot of renovations, and every one is special in its own way. This particular one is the wife’s childhood home. As I shared with you here, we renovated to give it new life for their family to grow into it. I have no doubt many memories are waiting to be made.
While Corona has kept my interior design firm in Birmingham, AL, home more than usual the past few months, it hasn’t slowed us down working on our out of town interior design projects. A few of the projects we are currently working on include vacation homes. These are always a lot of fun as clients eagerly anticipate all of the memories waiting to be made. Four Seasons’ Private Residence in Orlando At Walt Disney One of the vacation homes we are working on is in the Four Seasons’ Private Residence Community at Walt Disney in Orlando, #Florida.
It’s amazing what a little vision, new furnishings, fresh paint, and a great floor plan execution will do for your home and for your psyche. I thought I would share a few homes of clients who needed help furnishing their entire home but with a deadline in mind. Home Design with a Deadline Each of these families wanted to update their interiors for different reasons, but all had a common goal- to be finished by the new year. Believe it or not, if you want to enjoy new furnishings, art and accessories by then, call us now.
There is one trend I am seeing in several of our renovation and new construction projects. While I began designing some homes with them pre-Covid, they are being drawn into renovations and new construction more often as people spend time at home focusing on what their home is missing. So… what is this trend? A resurgence in a scullery or second kitchen. They are more functional than a butler’s pantry as they host a second dishwasher and refrigerator (and some even a second range).
While my firmworks on full-room or full-home interior design projects, a few times a year we offer a limited number of appointments for a one time,3.5 hour interior design consult. This service is designed for the client who needs direction and help making decisions for their home but wants to implement the list as their budget and time allow. In the past, it has gone over really well not only for clients in Alabama but for all over the country.
With Covid keeping all of us at home, it is more important now than ever to have a bedroom you love. Your bedroom should be a room that you look forward to retreating to at the end of the day. It should allow you to #livewell by surrounding yourself with things that help you relax and rejuvenate. If yours isn’t ideal… Here are 6 must-follow design ideas for creating a bedroom you love:.
Home Sweet Home – an old adage that I’m taking to heart more and more these days. As I mentionedhere, I’ve found a few simple ways that have made me fall back in love with my home again now that I have been staying in. Isn’t it funny what you notice about your home when you spend all day some time in it? With how heavy the news and life have been, I’m finding peace and comfort in having my family all under the same roof. I’m so appreciative and fortunate to have a safe place to be quarantined and thought I would share 4 Ways I’m falling back in love with the place I’ve called home for 13 years.
Is being quarantined at home giving you the urge to paint a room or two? If so, here are a few tips for selecting the perfect paint color. Choosing the right color can be overwhelming, but if you follow this process, it will ensure the color on your walls is what you thought you selected. Top tips to selecting the perfect paint color: The most important first step in choosing a paint color isto take the sample out of the store. Choose a handful of hues or borrow the fan deck of colors and bring the paint samples home.
When life hands you lemons, make lemonade. As I’ve spent more time at home the past few days, I wanted to share some of the easy ways I’m breathing new life in some of our rooms- all without leaving the house. 4 Ways To Refresh Your Interiors Without Leaving Home As a homebody, the thought of needing to stay home as much as possible isn’t hard for me. With all of the uncertainty going on in this world, home is exactly where I want to be-regardless of my nature.
Now that the dust has settled from the new year and spring is almost here, I want to share a few changes that can make a big difference in your home. Ways that accentuate living well in your own home. And while my to-do list has grown quite long on things I want to change this next year in mine, I thought I would share a few easy ways to improve a home and hopefully your quality of life. Four Ways To Improve Your Home and Quality Of Life.