Tag Archives: Interior Design

Little Things To Make A Happier Space: Embroidered Pillows

Little things with significant impact…  a new coverlet and custom pillows refresh this guest room. The combination of ivory embroidery on taupe linen coupled with taupe embroidery on ivory linen lends a light and breezy new attitude to this bedroom. … Continue reading

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Enjoying the Outdoors Even More

This beautiful home had a backyard with untapped potential.  What we did to improve the outdoor kitchen and adjacent space: Replaced tile countertops with outdoor friendly, easily cleanable and beautifully veined granite. Installed a new outdoor grill with a flat … Continue reading

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No Excuses Now: An Inviting Exercise Room

In the Texas heat an indoor workout space is always a plus.  During this time of “shelter in place”, having an inviting place to exercise indoors is especially valued.  In my client’s previous home, his exercise equipment was squeezed into … Continue reading

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Acting on Staging Advice

Smart sellers have an open mind.  These clients were very smart.  They recognized that the 30-plus year old home they want to sell needs to appeal to today’s buyers.  They “let go” of design selections they had made over several … Continue reading

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Master Bath: First Things First

My client’s home is in a great location in Keller, but was in need of updates to sell, but more importantly, updates to enjoy in the meantime. Kitchens, bathrooms, flooring and paint color are critical to making a home look … Continue reading

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Shimmery and Bright and Everything Nice: That’s What Girl’s Bathrooms Are Made Of…

When we scored this remnant of Lumix Quartzite, we knew we could put it to good use.  This white and cream colored semi-translucent stone looks a lot like it’s more expensive and less durable Onyx cousin.  We had uncovered the … Continue reading

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Starting with River Blue

This client had recently remodeled her kitchen and family room, but felt in retrospect that perhaps the master bath was screaming even louder for an update. The whirlpool tub was non-functional, the shower was tiny and difficult to access, the … Continue reading

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In This Together

Peacock Alley, one of my go-to resources for luxury bedding, is doing their part during this challenging time. Their work room that is usually busy making fine sheets, is now sewing protective masks for those who need them most. Masks … Continue reading

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Original Art Glass Sculpture

In the planning stage for an art glass sculpture that will be this room’s focal point … adding color and an incredible wow factor! Today we custom-selected colors and scale. So lucky to have this talented glass artist in the … Continue reading

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Guest Bath: Using “Leftovers”

Love this bathroom and the efficiency of it all. We combined leftover limestone floor tile from my client’s recent kitchen remodel, a remnant of fabulously veined Sea Pearl Quartzite and a price-performing subway tile to create an on-trend, soothing, spa-like … Continue reading

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