Last week we went through my list of kitchen don’ts. This week I’m tackling the bathroom! This is important stuff to think about if you are embarking on a renovation or remodel in the near future. You don’t want to put in all that work to end up with a bathroom that looks dated! So here are my tips to help you stay classic and
When you are renovating your home, you are hoping to create a space that you will love for the next few years. Five years at least! While it’s pretty close to impossible to predict what will come into fashion down the road, there are ways to avoid becoming dated quickly. Certain things that might look wonderful right now will be out before you know it.
We usually think of rhythm as belonging solely to the world of sound. But rhythm is one of 7 essential princples of design that every designer learns in school. This can be applied equally to graphic, fashion or interior design as well as to fine art. (If you are curious the others are: harmony, unity, dominance, contrast, gradation and balance. Look for upcoming segments to
Chairs are (obviously) one of the most functional pieces in a home. They are so common that it seems that there are a million designs out there to choose from. No joke! Chairs are one of my design passions and I am hoping to shed some light on the history of them in my Design Basics series. Image from Elle Decor Today I will start
I’ve had a lot of guests this summer. We have had quite a few parties and I have recently played host to my out-of-town relatives. This is where I add that I live in a two-bedroom apartment with one bathroom! So I need a few things to make sure that my guests are comfortable – I mean besides the obvious (clean sheets/towels, a place to