Joy Of Design

  I just finished reading Stephen King’s memoir On Writing. It was recommended as a must read guide if you like writing. His process of writing is very similar to how I design.  When I taught first year design studio, I explained to students that one day your building would design itself. Listen carefully to... Continue Reading →

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How to select colors for your home

My favorite color is Gray?! It is Behr’s Gray Morning 490F to be exact. I didn’t realize this until recently. I was in Baltimore to see an exhibition of a favorite artists Richard Diebenkorn. Stunning show “Matisse Diebenkorn” that will be in San Francisco Spring Summer of 2017. Diebenkorn’s urban landscapes have always intrigued me. My husband... Continue Reading →

Best of Houzz Service Winner 2017!

Hurrah! My firm was awarded a Houzz.com award! Houzz is my "go to" website for home inspiration. Instantly I can search a topic, find a picture if not hundreds of them and send them to a client to see if we are on the same page. It is a wonderful resource replacing scrapbooks and boxes filled with... Continue Reading →

No Upper Cabinets?!

Happy 2017! A new trend I am seeing is fewer upper cabinets. It is either a function a client who wants as many windows as possible, doesn't want to reach or stand on tippy toes to get items or style choice that upper cabinets can clutter a sleek kitchen. I have a wall of shallow one foot deep... Continue Reading →

Eight Principles of Home Design and Art

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of watching the Custom Residential Architects Network  (CRAN) Symposium online. It was held this year in Sonoma County, California. I had a wonderful time two years ago attending the conference in Charleston, South Carolina but this year’s timing didn’t work to attend in person. Thankfully the wonderful... Continue Reading →

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