Thursday, October 02, 2008
I know many of you have your list of blogs that you love and visit regularly. You visit each of them for different reasons and enjoy the content that each brings. But do you find that some of the information is becoming redundant and you see that some blogs are blogging about the same things. Do you find yourself not looking at those blogs as often and would prefer to read new information, images, products and projects that have never been posted before? I ask this because I had a very interesting conversation with an editor friend last night about the recent shift in decor blogs that she has experienced. I guess my real question is do you find yourself visiting blogs that have fresh new content and imagery vs a blog that just pulls information from retailers and designers? Curious to know...
Above are the inspiration images for my new E-Decorating client in Nicolette Minnesota. The room I am decorating is the sitting room which is located just off the kitchen. The walls are now a Terracotta color but I think I might be changing that to a different color. I should be posting pics of the finished design by tomorrow. For more information on E-Decorating check out the info sheet on my website.
Wednesday, October 01, 2008
Above is my inspiration board for an E-decorating client in Grand Rapids, Michigan. We had a challenge with her living room, since the fireplace was not centered and a new flat screen was added I had to reconfigure the furniture layout. To add more seating I suggested she purchase a large sofa, add two side chairs and then be able to pull two ottomans that would be placed underneath the Lucite table. If you are interested in E-Decorating for your home, please review the information page on my website. Enjoy!
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Above are images of my clients little girls room. I am almost finished decorating the room as we still have some antique orange hardware to install and some miscellaneous accessories to purchase. We customized the decals from BLIK and purchased the shelf unit from Brocade home. We had the dresser and side tables custom made. Professional pics will be added next week to my website so be on the look out. Enjoy!
I am so happy to announce that Cory Pernicano and I will be designing an eco-friendy media room at this years Hollywood Life Awards and Home Show. Last year we both had separate spaces, mine being the entry way and Cory's was the eco-friendly bedroom. This year's look is a dark and sexy bachelor pad and we are pulling pieces from Cisco Home, Viesso, vintage pieces from Turquoise and KellyGreen (Above is the space we are going to transform.)
Monday, September 29, 2008
Thank you to everyone at Viesso for hosting last weeks event. And a big thanks to everyone who came out to meet Ryan Schultz and Travis Nagle the founders of Viesso. I know we all enjoyed the QandA about manufacturing and running a custom home furnishings store. (pics above, Vanessa De Vargas, Ryan Schultz from Viesso, Megan Luchini, Alie Waldman and Leigh Spencer.
Above is an inspiration board from my new E-Decorating client in Grand Rapids, MI. They are looking to create more seating in their living room and combine vintage finds with retail pieces from Anthropolgie and Room and Board. If you are interested and want more information about E-Decorating please view the E-Decor page here from my website.