home decorating

#whyitworks--Playing with paint color

#whyitworks--Playing with paint color

Ask any of my clients and I'm pretty sure they'll tell you one of my favorite things to do is paint their walls white. I've found this soft, luminous white paint that is the perfect base to build up rich color throughout the space with furnishings and accents. But, there are ways to use paint as a tool which I love. Here's a few ways we've used it in recent projects so you can learn the tricks, too :)

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#whyitworks--5 minutes to fab on Thanksgiving

#whyitworks--5 minutes to fab on Thanksgiving

As much as I love beautiful design, I love simplicity and low-stress solutions even more, especially around the holidays.

Because let’s be real people, we’ve got enough going on without trying to compete with Martha Stewart. She’s got scissors just for cutting quesadillas! I can’t Martha, I just can’t. 

So, for those of us who want a lovely holiday look when they serve that turkey they didn’t raise themselves (still looking at you, MS), let’s take a peak at my tablescape MVP's. They're fabulous and insanely fast.  

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#whyitworks--mirror, mirror on the wall

#whyitworks--mirror, mirror on the wall

I've never been inside a house without a mirror but I'm rarely in a house that uses mirrors as art. But, they can be GORGEOUS.

Ready for a special installment of #whyitworks? We'll take a look at some incredible ways to use the work of my favorite mirror designer, John Linden, from Mirror Coop, and then enjoy the interview I did recently with John on what makes a mirror "art."

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