Once considered a dated trend, wallpaper is now seen as a stylish and versatile way to add personality and interest to any room. With more options than ever, from classic patterns to modern designs, wallpaper exudes personality, color, and style.Read More »
As much as we love watching renovation shows and their creative transformations, it’s even more fun when one of our favorite HGTV stars turns his talented eye to his own home. John Colaneri, designer, builder and TV personality, was featured in this blog post last year when he completed a full-gut remodel of his home in Bergen County, New Jersey.Read More »
If you missed last Wednesday’s post, we began a tour of a gorgeous home and adjacent cabin in the Great Northwest region of Idaho. The mastermind behind the interior design was the talented Dion Williams. Her goal for the extensive remodel of the main home was to embrace the traditional cabin elements while reinterpreting them into a contemporary style.Read More »
Mixing design styles can be tricky. Too much color, a hodgepodge of furniture, or too many competing patterns can make a space visually cluttered. But under the talented touch of an interior designer, mixing design elements can create a space that is not only attractive but cohesive, intentional, and personal.Read More »
Perspective is everything. Take an unfinished basement for example. While some people see a dark, damp space full of creepy-crawly things, others see potential. Plenty of potential!
Such was the case for Jim who purchased a home in Peachtree Corners, Georgia, with an unfinished basement. He envisioned a comfortable, inviting space with a TV room, game room, bedroom, and bath.Read More »
Louise and Jason dream big. For years, they longed to live in the country and finally, that dream came true. The couple purchased 450 acres of rolling hills and native prairies in west-central Minnesota and built a 5,000-square-foot farmhouse for their family of 12. Since the land is not ideal for farming, they chose to bring back the American bison to these native grasslands.Read More »