We are all at home together; spouses, kids, pets, etc. So, what can you do to make your space the very best home office it can be? Even without a pandemic to take into consideration, there are certain things that your home office should have. And if you don’t have a designated room or don’t need one, then consider what you will need to make wherever you are work for you.
Wow. There’s so much going on right now, and I know that for most of us a great night’s sleep—a relaxing, deep, reinvigorating night’s sleep—is so far from what many of us experience on a regular basis let alone during a pandemic! And yet we all know that quality sleep is one of the most important things we can do to keep ourselves happy and healthy. So here are some of my top recommendations I make to my clients when designing their bedrooms…
“Interiors: Inside the American Home” is a chic, modern book that showcases the diversity in approach to interior design across the United States. Honing in on the subtleties of interior design, the book delves into the range of techniques, art and decorative pieces, furnishings, and materials used by designers to merge their own unique aesthetics with the lifestyles of their clients. From eclectic trinket-filled sitting rooms, to expansive, minimalist open-plan living, this book offers a stunning array of intriguing interior spaces for all tastes and styles.
We are proud to announce we are a Regional Winner in Luxe Interiors + Design’s 2019 RED Awards!