I sensea change is taking place… People are tired- tired of feeling exhausted, hurried and stressed. Surrounding yourself with a home you love and feels good to you is more important now than ever before. A place to relax and close out the chaos of everyday life. Here are 5 easy ways to create home you love (without spending a dime):.
I have been talking a lot lately about the importance of making your home one you love, and yourbedroom is the perfect spot to begin. Your bedroom should be a room that allows you to #livewell by surrounding yourself with things that help you relax and rejuvenate. Here are six must-follow bedroom design ideas for creating a room you love 1. Use colors that SPEAK to you I normally keep colors in the bedroom soft because I need tranquility in my life (Ha!), but if a bright color speaks to you, then certainly use it.
We’re thrilled to announce we have hit 30,000 followers on Instagram. As a thank you, we have a giving away a gorgeous, custom pillow and throw. Here is how to enter: * Follow @DanaWolterInteriors here on Instagram * Like the Giveaway post *Tag three friends in the comment section We are announcing the winner on Tuesday so be sure to check back in. The items cannot be exchanged for money or services.
Building or renovating a home is a huge investment with your time and more importantly, your money. And when a client hires us, we work to protect their investment and become their advocate, all while investing their money wisely and (hopefully) taking away the stress. I often see the same pitfalls to avoid when renovating or building. Here are 5 must-follow tips on building or renovating a home:.
Potential clients will often reach out to us for different reasons. Sometimes they can’t quite put their finger on why they aren’t happy with their home, but it is intuitive- it feels like wasted space or it’s dated or just not quite right. Some are even embarrassed to have visitors over because of how it looks. You can’t put a price tag on some things, and a home that offers a place to retreat is one of them.
We’ve have lots of exciting things going on and it feels good to be growing…. We have two positions available in Birmingham, AL, so if you are the perfect fit for our firm, let ushear from you. Project Manager- Thecriteria includes: Full Time position Interior Design Experience a must AutoCad, Photoshop, and SketchUp proficiency arerequired. Must be motivated, organized, articulate, and detail-oriented.
It’s hard to believe summer is in full force AND 2018 is half way over. And while my blogging has taken a nosedive the past three months (so sorry!!), it’s been for good reason. We’ve had lots of EXCITING things going on and I thought it would be fun to share a few highlights. We installed the last two rooms of a home recently built.
We are thrilled to share some exciting news with you….. Dana Wolter Interiors has been named aFinalist in the Southeast Residential Designer Of The Year Award. This accolade is sponsored by ADAC and Veranda magazine.
Your home is one of the biggest investments you will make, and you want to make sure you are investing your time and money wisely. Our goal for any project is to create a home that adds value to your life and will hopefully increase in investment if you ever decide to sell. HERE ARE FIVE WAYS TO WISELY INVEST IN YOUR HOME: 1.Use classic materials in the shell of your home: By sticking with classic materials such as natural stones and architectural elements that are in keeping with the type of home you have, you will create a home with a timeless feel that will support any style of furnishings you layer in.
With the weather beginning to show glimpses of spring (thank goodness!), it is only fitting to embark on another fabulous showhouse. We are thrilled to announce we are part of the design team selected for the 2018Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle’s Southeastern Showhouse in Atlanta, GA, with proceeds benefitting the Atlanta History Center. 2018 Southeastern Showhouse Rendering by Harrison Design As you recall, we were part of last year’sincredible home. It did not disappoint, and this year’s won’t either.