Posts in interior design
How To Get That Effortless French Country Kitchen

Inspired by the stunning homes of Provence, south of France, French country design typically involves ruffles, distressed woodwork, stone walls, mixed patterns, and muted/subdued hues. Most often when I think of this style I think eclectic-simple-euro-comfort living. This week we are rounding up our top picks to create a French country kitchen.

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How to Add Warmth to Modern

Too many times I've mentioned modern to clients and the picture that instantly pops into their minds is cold, sleek white shiny cabinets, and no character. I'm here to set the record straight and say that modern has more sides to it other than just boring black and white with straight lines. There are many ways that modern design can take on some warmth but the best way, and must I say my favorite, is by adding loads of wood and earthy color palettes. To demonstrate this we've taken inspo from a kitchen we are currently obsessing over and created a mood board for a living room. 

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Budget Bedroom Design: Mid Century Modern

Let's face it, everyone wants a stylish bedroom that brings us complete serenity but the idea of blowing the budget is far from serene. Adam and I are inching closer to a top secret project that we just can't wait to share and it has me feeling all kinds of creative, so I've created this clean, warm, mid century bedroom all with a reasonable price tag attached!

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Home Is The Root Of The Soul

How do you feel when you walk into your home? Happy? Calm? Overwhelmed by your 'to do' list? Or are you like me who used to feel anxious about wanting everything in my home to look perfect and untouched? In today's hectic world stress is always present, but your home shouldn't contribute to it. "Your home either nurtures and supports you or it depletes your energy and leaves you exhausted,"

I've come up with how to create your own sanctuary:

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Retro Meets East Coastal House

When Adam and I met Rick, a Riverside native with a warm soul, he explained to us that his home had been in his family for two generations and it meant a ton to him. So when it came time for Adam and I to get started working on his family home, it was important to know what Rick was hoping to feel, was it to feel something new? Was it to go back in time and bring the home to it's formal glory? Or was it to move in a new direction while still keeping a hint of his childhood memories of the home? You bet that last one sat well with Rick, and so he asked that I keep the original cabinetry in his kitchen and built ins in the dinning room.

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The Park Yard House

When Adam and I got word of this home we were all hands on board; as soon as we walked the home I immediately knew what needed to be done to get it up to par to sell. This home had great bones to work with, initially I suggested

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Oh Baby : A Nursery Guide

Baby has been the talk lately in our home! Since we've started our business, balancing Aryyan, our marriage, household and work proven to a challenge however at this point we've got a system down. So while the decision of having a baby this year is still to be determined, design ideas for the future baby have been determined! 

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PAINT GUIDE TO CABINET COLORS

A fresh coat of paint is the easiest way to transform your spaces and bring them to the next level. This applies not only to the walls, but the cabinets in your home! They take up a big portion of the room so it's important to give them the attention they deserve. Whether you are going bold or classic, the color you choose sets the tone of the entire room. Today we're sharing some of our favorite cabinet colors for anywhere in the home! 

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