Sustainable Scandinavian Design

Sustainable Scandinavian Design

I usually throw away the myriad catalogs that make their way to my mailbox with the exception of one: IKEA. For years, IKEA has been lauded as the place to find cheap and sleek design elements for your home, from tabletop tchachkies to furniture suited for spaces of...
Passover Tablescapes

Passover Tablescapes

Passover is a time to bring family and friends together in celebration of freedom. There are many traditional elements to this holiday table. The three matzahs (unleavened bread), the different symbolic elements, and the four glasses of wine all find their place on...
Luck of the Irish

Luck of the Irish

As far as I’m concerned, any holiday is a good excuse to decorate and create a tablescape. Many people associate St. Patrick’s Day with a bar crawl and green beer, but for me it is a fun opportunity to have some friends over for a dinner party with a...

No More Empty Canvas

Your house is an empty canvas. I love the feeling of walking into a client’s new home, walking through the rooms, and seeing possibilities. Even if you like a minimalist feel to your home, there are ways of using your wall space to your advantage. No longer is...
Putting Up Walls

Putting Up Walls

Whether you are digging into your New Years Resolutions or just wanting to make a few changes to a room in your house, pulling out the tarps and paint brushes can be an overwhelming and expensive endeavor. Paint can be expensive and really hard to change if you...
New Years Party Planning Tips

New Years Party Planning Tips

Christmas is now a fond memory and we’re counting down to 2018. As if you needed another excuse to celebrate, New Years Eve promises to be one of the glitziest nights of the year. Why spend a pretty penny going out to some club when you can bring a club...