Sustainable Design: Trends to Watch

Over the past decade, with climate change becoming more noticeable, we have seen designers and architects shift their focus to environmental sustainability by incorporating eco-friendly elements into their designs. In this article, I will explore five trends in sustainability that you may want to incorporate into an upcoming project.

Designing a Smarter Home

Over the last few years, there has been an increased interest in designing smarter homes. This has, for the most part, come from the growth in technology that has revolutionized our world and added convenience to our daily lives.

Creating the Perfect Home Gym

Over the past year, our homes have accommodated a variety of activities that had previously taken place elsewhere – including the quest to stay healthy and fit. Even as local gyms are opening, many Americans are choosing to shift to at-home workouts.

What is the “New Normal” in Interior Design?

New design trends are emerging daily based on our ever-changing daily lives. Trends such as “sleek and modern kitchen appliances” have been replaced with larger-scale developments in interior design such as biophilic design and indoor/outdoor living. To make your living spaces feel like home in 2021, find inspiration in the following trends.

Creating a Cohesive Living Space

There are so many elements that go into designing the perfect room. From furniture selection to the positioning of wall art, many small decisions go into creating a cohesive space. Even the slightest “mistake” can throw off the entire room. In this article, we will take a look at how to design a cohesive living environment.

Tracy’s Tips for a More Organized Home

Albert Einstein once asked, “If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind of what, then, is an empty desk a sign?” When we have a hard time focusing, we experience stress. In this article, I will offer some organization and design tips to help keep the stress of daily living at bay

Roller Shades or Roman Shades?

Often considered an after-thought in the design process, window treatments are instead an essential building-block to any design. Just like any other design element in your home, you should first ask yourself what you would like the window treatment to accomplish.

Planning for a Renovation in 2021

Due to this shift in work location, it is no wonder that more and more homeowners are considering undertaking a home renovation project in the near future to accommodate their evolving needs. In this article, I will take a look at three things you may want to consider if you are planning a design project in the upcoming year.

Your Design Project: Where to Invest and Where to Save

Budgeting for a design project can be a balancing act; how do you reconcile your needs and your wants? I recommend that you splurge on main living spaces and areas that get heavy daily use by the entire family and save on secondary spaces. Here are some other suggestions.


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