Last spring, I wrote an article titled Outdoor Living: The Best Bang for Your Buck. Now that autumn is approaching and days are getting shorter, I would like to offer some suggestions on how to protect your investment.
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Nothing sets the tone of a bathroom like the tile. From floor to ceiling, tile is the predominate material in a bathroom. Here are some things to consider when selecting tile for your bathroom design.
Several years after a major renovation, many of my clients feel like it may be time for another redesign. However, often, all your home needs is a bit of TLC to keep it fresh and updated.
You have done all your homework. You have a well-thought-out plan for your kitchen design. Now is the time to decide what type of countertops you would like to install in your new kitchen. Many clients find this to be a very difficult decision.
You have worked your way through the initial preparation and planning stages for your design project. Fabrics, furniture, and fixtures have been chosen and ordered. Now it is time for those items to be installed. How does this process work?
With the arrival of spring, we are all feeling a need to be outdoors. One of the easiest ways to enjoy the great outdoors is to extend your living space beyond the walls of your home. It only takes a bit of inspiration to refresh your outdoor space for the warmer months to come. Here are some recommendations to get the most out of outdoor living:
We have exciting news at Tracy Morris Design … we are expanding! From the Hamptons to San Diego, Puerto Rico to Dallas, we are partnering with clients to see their home design dreams come true.
In October, I wrote an article about the many benefits of purchasing items with the help of an interior designer. The benefits are numerous and include wholesale prices, a wider variety of options (including size, color, fabrics, and style), and delivery directly to the designer.
One of my favorite components of design is the selection and use of color. The use of color in a home is a direct reflection of the homeowner’s personality.