Do you ever look at those kitchens with open shelving and think, "who are these people?" Most of us need our cabinet doors to hide the realities of life. We're not curating beautiful dish displays, we're making dinner!
Certain parts of the house feel like they invite you to do something unexpected. For me, it's small bathrooms, children's rooms, and foyers.
But how do you break the rules without going overboard?
We've all been there. Standing forlorn as we look around a little room with fantasies of fabulousness. It feels like all you need to do is move a few walls and everything would come together. But, fear not! Small spaces actually lend themselves to big statements.
Got five minutes? Then you're ready for your next crash course in beautiful design. The best part? You should try this at home. :-)
Scrolling through images of beautiful homes online can feel like the design equivalent of looking at food porn with no recipes. Yes, it's gorgeous. Yes, you want it. But how do you make it at home?
Never fear! Welcome to my new series: "Why it Works." We'll look at some of the big design trends circulating the inter-webs and decode why they look so good so you can try them, too.
Want to know one of the best parts of my job? Learning what makes my clients feel at home and working together to create it. Everyone needs a "home base" to be ourselves and recharge.
What if you could create a space like that for your child? A place that helped them grow and reinforced who they are?
All you need are the right questions and a good plan. Let me show you how.
Talk about a pretty great way to start off the new year... Thanks to my incredible clients who took time to write about our work together, Niche received a Best of Houzz 2016 Award for Service!
I have a confession. I'm clutter-phobic. (Everyone who knows me is laughing right now.)
But, the funny thing is, I don't do it because I like how it makes my house look or I'm super-intense about being organized. I do it because it makes me calmer...
We're getting ready for our first holiday party at our new house, which got me thinking about unexpected ways to create a little holiday magic. Want to see what's up my sleeve?