Using Feng Shui to Improve Your Condo Layout

Over 3,000 years ago, the Chinese created an art and science called Feng Shui, which is now used as a methodology for the placement of objects to ensure positive energy and good fortune. Feng means wind, and Shui translates to water. In Chinese culture, the elements of wind and water are correlated with good health. ...

Tips On How To Make Your House Refreshing After Your Move This Spring

Moving in spring can be fun because you’ll get warmer weather right around the corner. After a tiring relocation process, it’s time to open up the windows and let the fresh air breeze through your new house. If you’re looking to enjoy a refreshing home after your move this spring, here are a few tips to ...

Inviting Halloween Decor For Your Dining Table

"Soon spirits will roam the neighborhoods at night, little pumpkins running loose until darkness turns to light. Faint whispers of witches delight, vampires awaiting feverishly for their first bite. A sprinkling of anticipation dusted over adults and children alike, how I wish Halloween would come, if it only were tonight." Halloween is a whole lot of ...

The Inside Story- What Designers REALLY Do

WHAT DO YOU DO ALL DAY? Back by popular demand we are reposting our "What Designers Really Do" blog today. We found  a deep interest in our design process and are happy to share it with you again. I recently met with an intelligent reporter who focuses on architecture and engineering in the media.  We had a ...

Antiques, A Passion & A Cause

I’m passionate about antiques. They individualize a room that reflects one’s own unique taste and persona. Pairing functioning antiques with modern or industrial pieces of furniture,  have been a recent design aesthetic I've recently enjoyed.  I believe the right antique can be used to break up the metonymy of a room. They can serve as ...

As Featured in “Best In American Living” Magazine (Spring 2013)

Lumens. Lamps. Kelvins. CFLs. LED.  How did the world of lighting come to be so complicated when all we used to do is flip a switch? Like most things in design, lighting is more sophisticated and offers more choices than ever. It is computerized, integrated and vastly more interesting for designers and consumers alike. It is vital ...