MILANO DRIVE FAMILY ROOM REVEAL

It’s my pleasure to share with you a sophisticated family room I recently completed. Its impressive double height ceiling would intimidate most however I knew just what was needed to bring it down to size.  Here’s a quick reminder of…
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HIGHLIGHTS FROM HIGHLAND HOUSE

 The Highland House showroom was on my list of must see showrooms during my visit to High Point market. I was pleasantly surprised to find the most colorful, thoughtfully curated vignettes which became catalysts for my latest design project—my own…
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WHAT IS YOUR COLOR PERSONALITY?

Do you ever get sucked into those Facebook quizzes, What kind of friend are you? What is your ideal occupation? C’mon, I know I’m not alone.  This post is kinda like that so I’m offering my my apologies in advance. I couldn’t…
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PROJECT PREVIEW: CORNELL ROAD FAMILY ROOM

Design a room around this… The command was eerily similar to the commercial where the clients plop a faucet on the designer’s desk as inspiration for their bathroom, or was it a kitchen? The Chiang Mai Dragon pattern by Schumacher has…
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PROJECT PREVIEW: MAIN STREET NURSERY

It’s truly an honor to work so closely with so many amazing families. I feel especially priviledged when they let me in on sweet secrets about a new baby before the official announcement. We were already in the midst of designing…
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WHY WE LOVE BAMILEKE STOOLS (AND YOU SHOULD TOO)

Consider this, if you lived in Cameroon and was the king (or queen) of your castle, then a Bamileke stool would replace your traditional easy chair. Also known as the King’s stool, bird’s nest, or donuts its artistic production is…
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COLLIER HILLS BEFORE AND AFTER MAKEOVER

Hey y’all it’s about time for another reveal post, right? I couldn’t wait to share this project with you for so many different reasons. One, I LOVE the location. Collier Hills is a historic neighborhood nestled between Midtown and Buckhead.…
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MY NEW WEBSITE – A LETTER TO FUTURE CLIENTS

The timing couldn’t have been worst.  While closing out 2014 and prepping for 2015, I realized that my business site mysteriously started to have problems. Missing images left unsightly holes in the site and for some reason the ones that…
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