interior design tips Tag

Halloween is one of my favorite days of the year – how can it not be?! I love everything spooky!  As I’ve been browsing for this year’s perfect costume, I’ve been thinking about how to incorporate a dark, moody vibe into my design portfolio. An...

Back by popular demand, it’s my best paint color picks! This month, I’m going to focus on another neutral: cream. Cream paints are warm and cozy; they also provide a wonderful compromise if you are stuck between a gray and a white paint. Read on...

With quarantine putting a pause on many travel plans for 2020, I used my time indoors to virtually travel around the world about 100 times! I’ve been working and reworking my travel bucket list, and it’s about 5,000 miles long. While I won’t share all...

Have you ever wondered how interior designers pick *just* the right rugs for rooms? It’s actually easier than you think! Check out these secret tricks of the trade I’ve learned throughout the years that make rug selection a cinch. Rugs 101 These basic sizing tips are a...

Much like white paint, your options are endless when it comes to gray paint. To make the selection process a little less overwhelming, it helps to know the four types of gray paint: Neutral Warm Cool Dark   Neutral grays (sometimes referred to as greige), can fit...

Love is in the air, but how do you decorate with it? You may think that a romantic design style means pinks, reds, frills, and cupids, but I’m here to tell you it should be chic. By following the traditional interior design method, you can...

Marble has been on my mind for a while now, and why shouldn’t it be? The stone material isn’t a cold, austere, or gaudy trend anymore. Using marble in your next interior design project can be chic, glam, and fun! Let me show you how: Walls...

Are you looking for a good resolution for 2020? How about making your bed every day! Did you know that starting your day off with making your bed can lead to more productivity, lower stress, and brighten your mood? That’s enough reason for me! I’ve...

Wallpaper often has a bad reputation for being tacky and outdated, but it has definitely been making an interior design comeback over the past few years. I’ve used the medium in quite a few projects lately, so I compiled a list of patterns that I’ve...

Both sisal and jute are fibers extracted from organic plants. If you’re looking for a “natural” looking rug, one of these if probably what you need. What I love about using a sisal or jute rug in my design projects is it’s a great way...