Garden Style

Taking Things Away = More Gained

We started our own "Big Dig" in our backyard since I last posted and I knew it would be a lot of work - but I had no idea how truly large our yard would seem once we removed everything from it.  My friend Joyce happens to be a Landscape Architect and she's been helping… Continue reading Taking Things Away = More Gained

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Art, Interiors

7 Colorado Artists to Watch (and buy from!)

We are going to start tearing up our dense jungle of a backyard this week and I feel excited but nervous.  Excited that the long local nightmare (our yard) is over and nervous because maybe I am just a terrible gardener and once we get things looking nice, it will revert back to a jungle… Continue reading 7 Colorado Artists to Watch (and buy from!)

Interiors, Kitchen

In Praise of Traditional Kitchens

How's your Spring?  We had measurable snow this week in Denver and I'm here to say it's not lovely BUT at this point I still prefer it to 90 degree weather this time of year.  I like to ease into the heat of July and August. I've been working on stepping away from the phone… Continue reading In Praise of Traditional Kitchens

Interiors, Kitchen

Kitchen Trends 2019: Dark and Moody Vibes

This is a busy time of year for my business - things typically are a little slow after Christmas into February and then they pick up just in time for warmer weather.  Unlike other years, I've had quite a few clients booked well in advance for starting this spring and summer, which is great. I've… Continue reading Kitchen Trends 2019: Dark and Moody Vibes

Interiors

Spring Trends for the Home: Color is Creeping Back In!

Happy end of April everyone!  How is your Spring going?  I am alternating between feeling confident and on top of things to forgetful, exhausted and overwhelmed.  It's been fun.  If you ever hear me tell you "Hey, I've decided to start a _____ (Fill in the Blank)" reach out to me and suggest a meeting… Continue reading Spring Trends for the Home: Color is Creeping Back In!

Interiors, Styling

3 Easy Ways to Add Happy Moments to Your Home

We have beautiful bi-polar weather out here again - 80 degrees two days ago and a blizzard yesterday - and it makes me wonder if it's boring to live in places where each and every day is pleasant?  What would I complain about?  Those of you in these boring states - write in and let… Continue reading 3 Easy Ways to Add Happy Moments to Your Home

Bathrooms, Before and After, Interiors, Living Rooms

Before and After: A Ranch Home with Abundant Natural Light

Happy April!  I'm feeling refreshed from a week off.   We went to Los Angeles for the week and I can see why millions of people live there.  The weather was phenomenal; the art, plants, beaches, hillsides, neighborhoods and restaurants were diverse, interesting and quite vibrant.  I came back feeling inspired by the casual California… Continue reading Before and After: A Ranch Home with Abundant Natural Light

Before and After, Interiors

Before & After: A Ranch Kitchen with Plenty of Natural Light

Happy Spring!!  Can you believe we made it through another winter?  I feel like this is something humans have been congratulating each other on since the dawn of time.  Spring is something you can't buy your way into and you can't buy yourself into the front of the line - everyone experiences it together.  And… Continue reading Before & After: A Ranch Kitchen with Plenty of Natural Light

Before and After, Kitchen

Before & After: Sunlight in a Small, Vintage Style, White Kitchen

I am home today awaiting what's called a "Bomb Cyclone" which is a rare weather phenomenon that I had never heard of up until yesterday.  I feel incredibly skeptical, but maybe that's how Floridians and other feel when forecasters warn of a hurricane and they look outside and see a little rain.  This Bomb Cyclone… Continue reading Before & After: Sunlight in a Small, Vintage Style, White Kitchen

Before and After, Interiors, Kitchen

Before & After: Farmhouse Transitional Kitchen

This kitchen surprised me.  Some kitchens you just know are going to be an amazing transformation.  Anytime you add a window, open up a wall or a ceiling, there's going to be a "Wow."  For this space, we didn't need to knock a wall down - it's big eat-in kitchen already.  The clients didn't really… Continue reading Before & After: Farmhouse Transitional Kitchen