Mid-Century Modern has a lot of grays, whites, and rectilinear shapes, which can create some very clean lines and cool spaces. Succinctly put, less can be boring. (Sorry Meis!)
So what to do?
Now a days, it’s possible to mix in contemporary elements to add more visual interest into your interior design.Read More»
When the D’s moved to Chicago, they wanted their new River North condo to have clean lines and be warm enough to spend days in cozily reading and playing board games. Husband and wife, together since high school, hail from upper New York state on the water just south of Canada, so rustic elements and the color of water on sunny and cloudy days were a natural fit. These colors along with photos of water near their old home tied all those homes together making their new place as contemporary as it was an extension of their stomping ground.Read More»
We just had to share a few more of MacKenzie’s amazing photos from her wanderings.Read More»
Coffered ceiling can add incredible beauty to a space and recently one of my designers put together this drawing for our client and asked how much it would cost.Read More»
Two-toned cabinetry has been trending for quite a while now, and it seems that the trend is here to stay. Easily adaptable, this design works in a multitude of different style of homes. Two toned cabinets allow for both some visual interest and contrast in your kitchen. The trend involves playing around with different color variations. As interior design expert Lauren Makk says two-toning a kitchen is one of the easiest ways to create interest.Read More»