Category Archives: Decorating Tips and Tricks

50 Shades of Gray In Your Home

   |   In Contemporary Design Techniques, Decorating Tips and Tricks, Interior Design Trends   |   6 September 2013, 21.13   |   comments: 0

Have you heard? The hottest color for the remainder of 2013 (which has really been around for several years) is gray. Now, before you dismiss the color as a boring neutral, take into consideration the 50 or so shades of gray that can be used in various ways throughout your home to give it a modern lift. Here’s our advice for choosing one or two or several shades of gray and incorporating them into the interior design of your home.

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How to Use Color to Make Your Work Space More Productive

   |   In Decorating Tips and Tricks, Office Design   |   3 September 2013, 21.16   |   comments: 0

Is it time that you renovated your work space? Perhaps the décor is ripe for an upgrade or maybe you just need a change of surroundings to stimulate new ideas. Before you start making plans for your office renovation, think about the various ways that color affects productivity.

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Tips for Decorating a Weekend Beach Retreat

   |   In Decorating Tips and Tricks   |   15 August 2013, 21.35   |   comments: 0

How do you decorate a second home that includes sweeping ocean views and a backyard of driftwood and sand? This is a common dilemma for clients who wish to keep their surroundings true to nature, yet not go overboard with sea-themed décor. Here are our suggestions for creating a second home that is rich with contemporary furnishings to feel inviting, comfortable and perfect for entertaining guests.

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How to Maximize Your Space with the Right Proportions

   |   In Blogs for Furniture Selection & Care, Decorating Tips and Tricks   |   15 July 2013, 05.21   |   comments: 0

Have you ever walked into a room that was full of beautiful furnishings but something about it just didn’t seem right? The problem could be proportion. In particular, small rooms often suffer from design problems because the proportion of furnishings in relation to the room itself isn’t correct.

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