What is it about taking design risks that feels so nerve-wracking? (Especially, when you're making changes at home.) Do you play it safe or go for it?
I'm pretty sure we all fall into one of two categories with our homes. Either you've got a lot of space and you don't want it to go to waste or you love living small and need to make the most of every square foot. (I'm in the latter.) So, let's take a look at how to turn an unused spot into a legit workspace. Cue my yellow arrows!
With the change in seasons comes that inevitable reshuffling of every closet in the house. Sweaters are unearthed, shorts are tucked away. And we ALL have that moment where we wonder how we made it all fit last year.
But, never fear! Let me hit you with some rockstar closet organizing tips to make that perennial fear of a closet avalanche a thing of the past.
Talk about a pretty great way to start off the new year... Thanks to my incredible clients who took time to write about our work together, Niche received a Best of Houzz 2016 Award for Service!
I'm pretty sure we all have it. That knee-jerk reaction to the very idea of wallpaper. Suddenly, we're in a full-on 70s flashback of swirling maize, pumpkin, and avocado (usually on top of something else that clashed horribly).
It's time to let go. It's time to forgive. Don't be afraid. Wallpaper is fabulous. I'll give you three reasons to trust again:
When we bought our new place it was clear we had two big projects on our hands. Our white, box-like kitchen and the master bath. It was a sad, dark space with a single sink, no counter space, and a shower that screamed YMCA circa 1982.
Ready to see the transformation?
Hi, everyone! I'm happy to report that we're almost at the end of the kitchen reno. Ready for some pictures?
Coming up with a concept is fun, but it's all the details and choices that make it come alive that I really love. Ready for the lowdown?
When we left off last week, Shawn and I had taken the plunge on a townhouse that had everything but style. One of the biggest issues was the white on white on white kitchen that was closed off from the rest of the first floor. We are in the midst of a renovation to create a warm, sophisticated kitchen that’s just plain fun to look at and an overall sprucing of the whole place. Here’s how we came up with the concept.