Interiors

Keep it Simple: 7 Rooms That Show You How It’s Done

What I admire most in other designers is restraint.  Not every space needs to be filled.  Every room doesn't need to be a different color.  Not every pillow needs fringe.  And some chairs don't even need a pillow! Sometimes you need to pull back on things in order to give the design more power.  A… Continue reading Keep it Simple: 7 Rooms That Show You How It’s Done

A Talk With..., Interiors

Flooring Choices for Your Home: Pros and Cons of Carpet, Hardwood and Laminate

Hi everyone!  I was out recently on vacation with my family and Denver's Floor Club offered to write a guest post for me on picking the perfect floor for your home.  I am at The Floor Club almost once a week (sometimes more) with clients.  I interviewed one of their sales representatives, Jessica Cochran, last Spring… Continue reading Flooring Choices for Your Home: Pros and Cons of Carpet, Hardwood and Laminate

Kitchen

Suburban Kitchen turned Modern Farmhouse: Press and Behind the Scenes

 On last week's post, Modern Farmhouse Revealed,  I shared more photo's from one of the kitchens I designed that was recently published in Colorado Homes & Lifestyles September/October issue.  This week I have the magazine in hand (see my cheesy photo above) and have an excerpt of the article as well as a few behind the… Continue reading Suburban Kitchen turned Modern Farmhouse: Press and Behind the Scenes

Obsessions

August Obsessions: Pale Wood, Monbento Boxes and Leon Bridges

Light, Rustic Wood:  "Dark, distressed wood" - I write this loose description out quite a lot as a design element for clients (and yes, it's the title of my upcoming thriller).  However, I keep seeing light, rustic wood popping out in different places and I am all in.  One thing I've noticed recently in terms of Denver… Continue reading August Obsessions: Pale Wood, Monbento Boxes and Leon Bridges