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Author: Stephanie Andrews

By: Elisabeth Paulson Whether you paint yourself red or drown yourself in chocolate, Valentine's Day is just around the corner. Here are some of our favorite red-blooded products you can celebrate any time of the year. Join the hype! Hearts are cool! This needlepoint sunglass case brings...

By: Stephanie Andrews Sometimes I ponder why interior design exists. It may appear trivial on the surface, especially if I am talking to a heart specialist or a teacher. But when I stop to think about it, we as interior designers can fulfill some very important...

By: Elisabeth Paulson Whether your dining table seats your family at breakfast or your most fabulous on Friday night, dining chairs already seat the ones you love. Why not take advantage of this opportunity to turn them into striking design elements for your home? Here are...

By: Stephanie Andrews As the New Year turns, I think about inexpensive ways to update our homes, highlight a trend, or just make us feel warmer in this cool weather. Here are some ideas starting with the lowest cost. What do you do to give your...

By: John Hunt I love to welcome friends and family into my home for the winter holidays. It is one of the true gifts of the season; decorating my house and sharing it with others. Whether it be Christmas or New Years, nothing warms the heart and soul...

By: Elisabeth Paulson Good design is a well-curated collaboration of pieces and no singular object may be more impactful to a room than an exceptional light. Often considered the last piece of the puzzle, here are a few luminous creations that inspire us to examine lighting...

By: John Hunt Aesthete:  A person who has, or affects to have, a special appreciation of art and beauty. The Aesthetic Movement of 1860-1900 was an Artistic, Social, and Design movement largely based in England.  It was a reaction against the staunch Victorian Styles and mores and...

By: Stephanie Andrews After working with some of our favorite clients, sometimes a deeper relationship shapes, each with unique importance.  This happened with Suzanne Macpherson, whose path led to us with both her previous and current homes.  I admire her understated yet authentic lifestyle she created...

by: John Hunt It’s that time of year again, when pumpkins miraculously appear on porches and grocery stores smell like cinnamon. It’s also that time of year when we all take a different look at color - while we pack away the white pants and sneakers of...