Hanging art or photos on the wall seems simple enough. Just hammer in a nail, then hang, right?
Not quite. Those of us who have tried to perfectly display our favorite work of art know that it can be tricky. That’s why Invaluable has created a comprehensive picture hanging guide to help you get it right every time. Give it a read through, then let us know what work of art you ca’t wait to proudly display! Continue reading
When you are getting ready to redecorate, there are 5 things you must know before purchasing furniture. In today’s blog post, I will be sharing a little bit about my process and how shopping for your home is much more than picking out “pretty” things.
Before we dive in, I want to share a story where I have been called in to resolve a past client’s decorating dilemma.
Today’s blog post is going to be different from the content that I normally share. I always share my design experiences here but this time I am going to relate it to my personal experience.
Surprisingly, planning a wedding and planning a design project are similar: the vision, the stress, the planning, the investment, and the outcome. When we find ourself in one of these situations, typically they are both big life changes and large decisions need to be made.. and there’s a timeline. Continue reading
How to select a kitchen paint color may be an intimidating task. I’ve been receiving the question “which color should I paint my kitchen?” a lot lately. Although, there isn’t any one-size fits all color, in today’s blog post I will be sharing my design tips on how to select a kitchen paint color.
There are 7 important details to consider before your kitchen remodel. Renovating a kitchen is a major undertaking for a homeowner to take on alone. It requires strategic planning both, financially and aesthetically. Based on my experience, I recently completed a kitchen renovation through my online interior design services, many of these points were brought up during the project and I thought it would be beneficial to share.
The question of “Quartz vs Granite: which one is better?” has been asked a lot during several kitchen projects that I am designing. In today’s blog post, I will be sharing the pros and cons of both materials from the cost to durability. Stick around to the end for my final thoughts and recommendations. Continue reading
When new homeowners called on me for help with their modern master bathroom, I saw the potential beyond the outdated interior and cracked ceramic tiles. The young couple had style and their current bathroom didn’t reflect their minimalist modern inspiration photos. Through the process of my edesign services, I came up with a proposed design concept for the space. Continue reading
The 2017 Color of the Year is Pantone “Greenery” which is a citrus green hue. You might have already started to notice this shade in magazines and in stores. As I stare at gray skies and nearly melted snow, I am craving color in my life and can’t wait to spruce up my home with this shade. Today, I will be sharing my tips on how to use Pantone Greenery at home.
This shade of green is a refreshing and revitalizing zesty yellow-green. It is a color that will spice up and add vitality to any interior. You can incorporate the color of the year into your home in many ways without committing to painting your walls. Here’s how: Continue reading
The one thing you need to have a successful room, in my opinion, is the furniture layout. You can have beautiful furniture and a great color scheme, but if the furniture isn’t arranged correctly – it can make or break the room.
Arranging your furniture in a way that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. A furniture layout that is designed correctly will make you feel invited into the space and also doesn’t hinder your entertaining aspects and how you use the space itself. Continue reading
I have a list of destinations that I want to travel to. First destination on my bucket list was Italy to explore my culture and get back to my roots. I went on a tour for a week (wish it was longer) and I spent 2 nights in Venice, 2 nights in Florence, and 2 nights in Rome. I wanted to share some of my favorite highlights from the trip. Continue reading