If you’re considering working with an interior designer, it’s important to know a little bit about the basics so that you can make an informed decision. The following are answers to a handful of questions designers get asked regularly.
Part two of this post delves into projects like kitchen and bath remodels, and can involve a bit more planning and construction work.
This is the first of a multi-part series we’re calling the “Designer Series.” We will be covering some of the basics surrounding home design and construction projects you may come across during your time of home ownership. Included is everything from painting and additions, to hiring a designer, the design process, and hiring a general contractor over the next few months.
Image via The Container Store We are so happy to have Paula DeCuir, a Professional Organizer with Balanced and Organized, guest blogging for us today! She is sharing information about refreshing our spaces in the New Year. Paula’s advice is practical and the first step to a clean and clear space and mind. Here’s what she […]
Do you convert your house and closets over to fall and winter themes all at once? I find it works well to pull out key items gradually, introducing and exchanging pieces for their warmer-weather counterparts. With that in mind, here are some awesome items that will help you slowly transition into autumn and keep you toasty in the chilly months ahead!