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5 Must Haves for the Perfect Master Bedroom

I’m sure a lot of you are spending time in bed now that we are all #saferathome. Thankfully my clients are enjoying their surroundings while they are able to spend more time in their homes than they planned. Your home should be comfortable and beautiful. Just this morning I received…

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Collections and the Art of Display

I love a collection and I try to always make them feel more authentic and approachable for others to enjoy by placing them in context to other objects.  Books are particularly good as accompaniments to porcelain and pottery because they offer a soft counterpoint to the glint and sheen of the…

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Renovation Obstacles II:  Keeping character in your home

Renovation & Interior Design Renovating a home can be thrilling both in the positive and the negative sense.  Positive in that it gives you the opportunity to finally add all the features you’ve always wanted in your home, but negative in that you could do some real design damage if…

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Renovation Obstacles: Why Open Floors Are Not Always The Best Option

Hopping on my Soap Box... Excuse me while a rant a bit about the open floor plan that is so popular in new construction and remodeling projects today.  While they are super trendy and seemingly helpful for family living, open plans come with a myriad of obstacles that consumers don’t anticipate when…

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Never Enough: Why most people don’t have enough furniture in their rooms

The more (furniture), the merrier in decoration and interior design One of my claims to fame is how much furniture I can fit in a room.  Almost every client I have designed and decorated homes for in Nashville and beyond has commented on how much furniture I can fit in…

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