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Simple, achievable design and renovation strategies for a beautiful, comfortable home

kitchen design book
25
JUN
2013

How to Display Art In Your Home Like a Pro

Have you ever walked into a home that feels lifeless, empty and unloved even if it has nice furniture and rugs?  Were you able to put your finger on what made the interior feel incomplete? A home without art and books is a home that is missing its soul. It’s a sterile...
18
JUN
2013
Photo of kitchen with Linoleum floor

How Re-designing a Tiny Kitchen Can Dramatically Improve Your Quality of Life:Finale

It’s always exciting to plan a kitchen renovation and the day that the contractor comes is probably the last exciting day a homeowner will have until the last worker leaves the house for good!  Remodeling is a messy dirty business with drywall dust that gets into impossible...
11
JUN
2013
counter top templating has gone digital

The Secret to a Tiny, but Functional Kitchen: part 2

A crummy kitchen layout is like a low level headache: It’s possible to live with it, but life is much happier when it’s made better.  Eliza Reed’s kitchen was a startlingly poor layout before I got started on a new design .  With the sink and counter being in one room and the...
04
JUN
2013
Photo of a kitchen remodel mid-construction

How Reconfiguring a Tiny Kitchen can Boost Your Home’s Value: Part 1

  One of the fascinating things about being a home designer,  is sneaking a peak into the interior of a client’s life and home and having the privilege of enhancing both.  When I’m called in to evaluate how we might be able to improve the function and aesthetics of a house,...
28
MAY
2013

Grounded: Why a Glass Floor is Not as Crazy as it Sounds

Glass Floors   I can’t imagine that there is anyone left who hasn’t seen or at least heard of glass tiles on the backsplash of a kitchen…     …or glass tiles on the walls of a bathroom…   When a new client asks about flooring materials for...
21
MAY
2013

Grounded: Part 4 in the Series on Residential Flooring, It’s a Cork Walk.

  A flooring material close to my heart is cork.  When I first decided to use cork in my own house 20 years ago, no one was using it and the contractor thought I was crazy! But I had a vision of a glossy, red cork floor.  Had I seen it anywhere? Nope.  But that’s what being...
15
MAY
2013

Grounded: 3rd part in a series on Flooring for the Home – Bamboo

I’ve never been in a bamboo forest, but I imagine a deeply lush, impossibly green thicket that is alive with tropical sounds and dripping with humidity.  I imagine pinpoints of sun penetrating the thick foliage above and fuzzy baby pandas feasting on the tender young shoots.  Of...