What makes a great guest room? A gracious and comfortable guest room, that is designed with attention to every detail, shows visiting family and friends just how much you care. In a guest room, less is more—more space, more comfortable, more welcoming. Clear out the clutter, keep only the most useful items, and provide space… Read more »
Timeless Design Blog
I love chairs. Chairs are like people, they each have a unique personality. Some are serious, some quirky, some are feminine while others are masculine. Some are quiet, others are loud and quite noticeable… you get the picture. A great chair can be the inspiration for a room, or just what is needed to complete and make a space special and interesting. In this post I show many examples of great chairs for interior design projects. There is also a book review of Chairs: A History by Florence de Dampierre.
Nothing is more inspiring than a break from the everyday to enjoy nature. For an early fall break, my husband and I recently got away for a weekend to one of our favorite places
Blackberry Farm in Walland, TN. In this idyllic setting time seems to stand still!
I am so excited to share this transformation of a dated, uninspiring master bathroom to one of tranquility, luxury, and timeless qualities. The concept was to create a spa-like experience with elements of nature. I think this was achieved and more! See what you think!
One of the most exciting projects to me is a master bath renovation. To transform this personal space from chaos to calm, dated to timeless, is quite exciting! For this project, the homeowners wanted a spa-like experience with elements of nature. Before the renovation, this 1990’s master bathroom was dated, and not the most relaxing… Read more »
Generally the first question asked by most clients is “where do I begin?” So, to start the process, the first thing I do, is get to know what a client likes, and how they want to feel in their space. This includes preferences regarding style, color and texture. To become aware of your style, look in magazines and cut out images of what you love. Take pictures of items on a shopping trip to furniture and antique stores of items you are drawn to. Walk through a fabric store and get clipping of fabrics that appeal to you visually and texturally. Ask your self—how do I want to feel in the space I am working on. Write down your responses. Weather you are going to be working with a designer, or doing it yourself, gathering your inspirations will help you become aware of your style preferences, and desired “feeling” outcome of your space.