Although spring is still many weeks away, I find myself thinking of the new life it brings: bulbs peeking out, early tree blossoms like Cherry and Magnolia. I also long for the colour…. I like to “force” springtime to come a bit early – it helps me through some of the dark (and wet) daysContinue reading “Spring Forward”
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Reduce, Reuse, Refresh
Although the end of the restrictions for COVID 19 seem to be in sight, we are still mostly in a work from home situation and probably like most people, the spaces we are living and working in are getting a bit stale. There is a flurry of updating taking place which is quite understandable. However,Continue reading “Reduce, Reuse, Refresh”
Before & After
Helping people improve their homes is a real pleasure for me. Sometimes, the process is quite simple, requiring a few tweaks and a re-think of what goes where and why. This post illustrates a recent transformation… The above photos show an under-utilized living room. Nothing wrong with the furnishings or art work, just not thoughtfullyContinue reading “Before & After”
What is Interior Styling?
Interior styling, in its purist form, is the art of arranging things. This involves not only what should go where, but also what to take away. It is the art of assembling a composition, whether this be the contents of a house, a room, or a bookcase. It applies to any type of style – modern, traditional, eclectic, whatever you are into – just arranged and curated in the most thoughtful way. It creates the mood of your home, and when done thoughtfully, it tells your story.