Today let’s look at some fantastic interior design that takes a clue from mother nature and the humble oyster shell, creating spaces that are uniquely appealing. If you are new to the blog, we invite you to sign up to follow us on a regular basis. Sign up in the link below and we will send you the list of 8 favorite paint colors inspired by a plate of oyster shells! Already an email follower and want the list? Simply drop us an email and the list will be on it’s way.
Oh, there is nothing better than a 3 day weekend when a “little” holiday falls on Monday. You know what kind of holiday I am talking about. One that does not require loads of planning, preparation or extra commitments. These 3 day weekends allow us to spend casual time with friends and family and still have a whole “free” day to ourselves. Perhaps like me, you’ve eaten well, laughed hard and are thinking about what you might be able to “get done” around the house with this glorious free day. There is also nothing that feels better to me than accomplishing something that has been nagging me but keeps getting pushed back on the To Do List. So I think I’ll plan a bit of “labor” for this Labor Day.
“Perfection is achieved not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Our design firm is “old”. Years ago a very young feature writer called us “an established design firm with years of experience”. What this really means to us is that we have built relationships that are important to us. We continue to be blessed with clients who allow us to come into their homes and become part of their families. We have as many memories of their homes as they do. When it’s time to pass “our” home onto the next family it can be bittersweet.
If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.-Milton Berle
Houses are full of doors. Entry doors at the front, side and back of a home welcome everyone into our lives. Interior doors provide necessary privacy. Other types of doors cover the less than tidy places in our home. We use a lot of doors! Yet, doors can be one of the most overlooked ways to add design to a decor. Let’s take a look at these examples where the doors are featured and ever so attractive! (photos in this post compliments of Pinterest and AD)