I’m thrilled to share with you a few behind the scenes pictures from last week’s post of our client’s livable luxe home in Traditional Home. I have been waiting for it to be published before I could show you the beautiful pictures,andthe issue hit newsstands last Friday. As I stated on Instagram, it was hard to keep this home a secret as it was a great project in so many ways. Our clients initially contacted usabout the selection of the interior and exterior finishes of the new construction and as time went on, the scope evolved to include the furnishings, too.
I am thrilled to show you some never before seen “After” photos of our livable luxe project in this month’sTraditional Home. As I mentioned on Instagram, it was all I could do to keep this home a secret. We have been waiting for a few years to share the photos, and it’s a great testament that all good things are certainly worth the wait. This project was a turnkey project filled with beauty and function for the cutest family with small children.
A past client reached out recently; we helped she and her husband build a beautiful home a few years ago and she emailed saying they are looking to build a second home. I couldn’t help but smile knowing she enjoyed the process and wants to do it again. They put together a great team who worked hard to build their dream home, and I thought it might be helpful to share some must-read tips when building a house. Tips for making the building process successful:.
We’ve had a lot of new and exciting things going on this fall with Dana Wolter Interiors. From international travels, the beginning of some exciting projects, and a new addition to our work family, we wanted to give you a …. Fall Update From Dana Wolter Interiors Cheerio, Birmingham Two weeks ago, I was in London for the Design Leadership Network’s London Summit. There were some amazing tours, lectures, and inspiration to incorporate into my work and business.
Are you stuck knowing your home could look and feel so much better, but you aren’t sure what’s keeping you from turning it into one you love? Or you can’t seem to find the motivation -or the direction- to make some much needed changes? Life is busy and hectic and stressful. I get it, as I sometimes feel the same way. Here Are A Few Tips To Turn Your Home Into One You Love: 1. Function- With what I do day in and out, I am constantly reminded how a beautiful, well-functioning home- one that reflects you and allows you to breathe deeply- can change your life.
We are currently working on several renovation projects and I’m constantly reminded of certain pitfalls to avoid when renovating or building a new home. Building or renovating is a huge investment with your time and more importantly, your money. When a client hires us, we strive to be their advocate, help them invest their money wisely, and (hopefully) take away the stress. Follow along as I share some tips I’ve learned over the years.
Whether you are moving into your first home or you have an existing space that needs attention, I’m sharing today some tips on designing a home on a budget. As I have written about here and here, I recently installed my daughter’s first post-college apartment in Manhattan. There was a distinct thought process I applied on where to invest and where to save as we pulled together her first home. Tips To Follow When Designing A Home On A Budget:.
If you follow me on Instagram, Facebook, or read this post, you know I recently collaborated with Gabby and Fabricutto share some small space living ideas using their product lines for my daughter’s New York City apartment. It’s she and her roommates’ first apartment after college and like most Manhattan spaces, it is tiny. Trying to make a small space fit all of your needs can have its challenges. My goal was to create a warm, functional Family Room for them and Bedroom for her while investing in pieces that will act as staples in the years to come.
I’m in a lot of homes, and I tend to see the same problems come up time after time. Some are dark, cramped, outdated, not functioning well…. Can you relate to any of these issues in your own home? If so, I am sharing a few simples ways to instantly make your house feel and look better. It’s one of the best parts of my job when a client hires us to transform their personal space and for us to see how a beautiful, organized home can completely change how a family lives.
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 consult. This service is designed for the clientwho needs direction and help making decisions for their home but wants to implement the suggestions on their own as their budget and time allow. In the past, it has gone over really well as I have had several people fly in, drive over or even Facetime with me from across the country.