Copper is often thought of as an industrial material. But with its eye-catching, shiny surface, copper works well in both modern and more traditional style kitchens. It comes in a number of finishes, making it a design-flexible material. From mid-century modern to farmhouse, traditional and even rustic style kitchens, adding copper brings warmth, elegance, and a touch of glam to your kitchen.
Whether you have a designated home office or a desk in your kitchen, you want a stylish space that allows you to be focused, creative, and comfortable. Unfortunately, home offices can get messy and quickly become a place you can’t work in. But with intentional planning and a few personal touches, these home office design ideas will help you create a space that inspires you to work!
“What inspires you?”
As an interior designer, I hear this question often. It’s one I love to answer because I’m continually absorbing new information to guide my aesthetic. I love to travel, try new foods, and tend to view the world in a romantic way. I approach my projects with the same warmth and enthusiasm.
In Houston, where many energy execs spend half the year traveling, corporate rentals are a tricky design challenge. Temporary spaces often mean restrictions on what you can install, what you can paint, and how much space you have for your furnishings. From permanent pied-à-terres to short-term residences, we’ve helped clients transform their rentals into something unique and stylish. But what if your rental is really short term or the limitations are restrictive? Today on the Journal, Diandra Stieger of RENTCafe.com shares her expert advice on the Do’s and Don’ts of rental decorating.
Starting an interior design project is such a fun and exciting time! But the process of finding the right designer can be overwhelming. Where do you begin?