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Removing Obstacles

A House to Love – Renovating Boxwood Hill

Removing Obstacles We looked at many houses when considering our move to Nashville, each with many obstacles to be overcome.  I wanted an older home where we could create something unique.  Ruthann wanted something close […]

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A House to Love – Renovating Boxwood Hill

What is French for “dish room?” One of the things we have always wanted in our home is a dish room. Now, I use the term dish room, but it’s really a party supply room. […]

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bedroom, window treatments, design

New Year…New Rooms

Resolutions You Should Make for Your Home in 2016 Well, here we are again at the start of another year, and your home still looks like a version of your first apartment, or worse, your […]

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Reinvest in the Empty Nest

How to reinvent your home after the kiddos are gone. It is no secret that Williamson County and particularly Franklin, TN has recently landed on every “Top Ten” list of fabulous places. With that surge […]

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Missed Opportunities…

Can’t miss design tricks to transform any room. There are so many decisions to be made when decorating a home. What color should the rooms be? What shade of white should we paint the trim? […]

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Traditional Home Junior League of High Point Showhouse Journal

Well, the Traditional Home Junior League of High Point Showhouse has one last weekend and I’ve finally recovered from High Point Market and it’s almost time to go and take it all down.  But before […]

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What does it cost to hire an interior designer?

Every day our firm gets requests on-line and by phone from prospective clients wanting to describe their various projects. And, of course, as an interior design junkie myself, I want to hear about all the […]

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Eric Ross Interiors

Darby Does Design – A Warm Welcome

Are You Giving Guests Your Best? You may consider me a mere dog, but even I don’t want anything to do with something called a “Mud Room.” I might muss my fabulous fur! So when […]

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Eric Ross Interiors

A Preoccupation with Wallpaper

Some would argue that wallpaper never went out of style; it just went out of business. When the recession hit, specialized wall covering stores closed up shop. The middle class just wasn’t interested in dropping […]

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