Category Archives: E-design

How Would You Do It?

I thought I would do a new weekly feature.  It is not my normal style to be critical of another designers work, but I am going to post a photo and invite commentary about what is good, bad and how … Continue reading

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Not So Beachy Project

Here are preliminary schemes for a project I have been working on.  It has been the most fun project!   The client is capitalizing on the horrible real estate market and buying a vacation/retirement home in Florida.  They are a … Continue reading

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Little Boy’s Rooms

Kid’s rooms are so much fun to design.  My philosophy for making them fun yet timeless are: 1) Make the shell of the room (walls, floors, fixed lighting, etc.) as age neutral as possible.  Kid’s likes and dislikes change as … Continue reading

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Swept Under the Rug

Area rugs are a complex topic.  They come in many qualities, styles, are made of many types of fibers and many price points.  They can be a neutral backdrop or can create the scheme and style of a room. As … Continue reading

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Parisian Jazz Club

I was contacted a few months ago to do an e-design for a basement media rom in a historical tudor home.  The client is a big fan of repurposing vintage and antique furniture.   She is also a journalist, so … Continue reading

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Little Cabin in the Woods

Someday, I am going to have a summer cabin in the mountains.  Growing up in a ski town, I have no interest in spending too much time in the mountain snow.  But summer and fall are lovely times to get … Continue reading

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Coastal Cottage

Here are images of a beach cottage e-design I recently completed.  Instead of a beachy theme, I was inspired by nature.  I intentionally avoided anchors and seashells.  Rather, I selected pieces that were the color of the sand, the ocean, … Continue reading

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