If there is one thing I am adamant about when consulting with clients on a kitchen or bath new build or renovation, is that they need to practice restraint, discipline & reign it in when choosing their fixed elements. Fixed elements are namely flooring, countertops, cabinetry, backsplashes, etc.. Things that are "fixed" and not easily … Continue reading Bow to the boss!
Spring is here, the birds are singing and the grass is greening up......and what are we doing? We are sheltering in place......wait....WHAT?! We are all doing our part for the good of the whole, but if you are tired of looking at the confines of your interior space, take a step outside and reassess the … Continue reading Sheltering in place has us looking outside!
I came across this small ranch whose trim & accents had recently been painted a warm gray. First of all, good job to the homeowner for choosing an accent color that pulled color in from the ROOF and the BRICK. This is a prime example of taking a FIXED element of your home like the … Continue reading EXTERIOR COLOR – Work with what you’ve got!
I had a question from a client the other day stating that she "heard" you should never mix pink and yellow together, specifically when talking about the fixed elements in the home such as tile, carpet, upholstery, etc..... She asked why that would that be so terrible when you see pinks and yellows in nature … Continue reading CASE OF AN UNHAPPY “MARRIAGE” Why Yellow Beige should never marry Pink Beige & vice versa!
I started this post back in November prior to leaving for Florida for the winter (just like a good snowbird should!). I'm back now and the downstairs basement bathroom paint project is complete. See the after below this original post. I have a favorite "go-to" shirt that I wear more often than not (far too … Continue reading UPDATE: Color with YOU in mind!