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Post-Fire Home Remodel in Florida – Section 1 This blog series is very personal for me as it involves my family. I spent my childhood growing up in Prescott, Wisconsin where my mom and dad owned a hobby farm. Ahh, the carefree days… In my parents’ retirement, the decided to sell this hobby farm and

A Little Bit about Marble The very brief history… The word “marble” originates from the Greek, marmaros, meaning “a snow white and spotless stone”. Be this as it may, marble can be found in a rainbow of colors. The use of this stone in architecture dates back thousands of years to ancient Egyptian and Mesopotamian

Making dinner reservations can not only be hectic but sometimes pretty expensive. Have you ever considered hosting your Valentine’s Day date at home? Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Why not surprise your date by transforming your space temporarily and staying in for the evening.Step 1: If you aren’t a neat freak or a

Holiday Cheer Without the Tinsel

Wednesday, 09 December 2009 by

I am passionate about constantly reinventing and revamping existing pieces in my clients’ home. Do you remember the urban vegetable garden I planted on the Calhoun Beach Club balcony? Well, I wanted to make use of the beautiful ceramic container and the vibrance that plants add to the space. I spoke with my cohort gardener

Autumn Color Palette

Wednesday, 30 September 2009 by

I love creating environments for my clients to enjoy year round. I particularly, like these images of the condo space I designed that welcome Autumn’s colors and crisp air. This condo’s interior design transitions easily by simply adding seasonal accessories. The warm textured pillows and throw suggest that the home owner relax on the sofa