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Happy St. Patrick's Day - Think Green!


Posted on March 16, 2017

We already know that St. Patrick's Day is all about green, but do you know what green really means? 

The colour green has long been associated with nature and growth. It is a colour of balance, self-reliance, acceptance and caring. According to sensationalcolor.com, looking at the colour green affects our bodies in a positive manner. It causes our muscles to relax, decreases the severity of our allergies, stimulates our pituitary gland, and the more commonly known effect is the calm and stress relieving attributes. Maybe this Spring celebrate St. Patrick's Day by adding some green to your home to enjoy a clean, calming environment all year round!


2014/2015 Trends


Posted on December 01, 2014

Interior design trends from 2014 have been both bold and approachable. With the parade of visual inspiration on sites like Pinterest and Houzz, consumers are becoming more attuned to and accepting of new fashion-ready trends, which are adaptable to the home environment without sacrificing comfort, practicality or longevity. 

Introducing Color into Your Home


Posted on September 18, 2013

Color adds SO much zest to life! Personally, I think I would go crazy in a bland neutral world. With that being said, color can have many different psychological effects on people and can evoke strong emotions- you have to be mindful of your application.

One of the biggest concerns with using strong color is that you may tire of it quickly, or it may date. There are so many ways that you can introduce color into a space without being married to it.

Color Psychology


Posted on August 14, 2013

Color is the most exciting and easier way to decorate your home. Neutrals are the greys and tans, whites and creams. These colors are muted and restful, and can always be counted on to add a warm timeless component to any color scheme. Bold brilliant colors will add vibrancy and drama. Colorful design features can be all a room needs for some energy or "wow" factor.

Planning Your Next Design Project


Posted on April 09, 2013

As a designer and decorator with a long-standing belief of “Buy What You Love”, I always encourage clients to pick one item they fall in love with and build from there. Whether its replacing that worn out carpet, or purchasing that gorgeous set of bedding you ran across last week at your favorite décor haunt, it’s the stuff that reflects your personality that makes your house your home.