Beasley & Henley Interior Design welcomes our guest blogger, Tina Madsen.
Tina Madsen is a design enthusiast who brings her passion for modern décor and writing to her role as the NowModern.com blogger. She also specializes in turning small living areas into spacious social hubs with bar stools and counter stools.
Most people want bigger apartments or homes to...
Interior Backgrounds and Details are key to successful interior design. They are part of the ‘good bones’ of a space that support the furnishings and fabrics that are layer in later. Here are Beasley & Henley Interior Design’s top picks for 2013 and 2014.
Architecture is the focus in this modern marvel of a beach house with vistas of the Pacific Ocean and the Malibu seashore. These groovy digs are located in Manhattan Beach, California. This ergonomically designed residence has everything the home owner desires while maintaining the reflection of Southeast Asia in its design and execution.
The ground floor contains the covered parking area, a...
Furnishing and design trends for 2012 are emerging and putting a twist on the modern-only styles of the past decade. See what Beasley & Henley Interior Design sees as “In” for the upcoming year!
Color: Greys and Naturals
The dominant color is Grey. Warm Grey, Light Grey, Charcoal Grey. On walls, furnishings, window treatments, artwork, grey will be everywhere. Also coming on...
Like many businesses today, award-winning design firm Beasley & Henley Interior Design has found that one key component to keeping their company strong is expanding the geographical reach of their services. Beasley & Henley is a national interior design firm with a strong presence in Florida, particularly Central and Southeast Florida. Recently, they have expanded their reach and...
Troy Beasley is the principal designer for Beasley and Henley Interior Design. The company works with architects, builders, and private clients from every corner of the country to create beautifully personalized interiors. Troy’s travels through Greece, Italy, and Asia have influenced his tastes in architectural detail, artistic crafts and textile art.
1. Which designers influenced you?