A couple wants to retire in Las Vegas and bought a house there with a mind towards preparing it for their golden years.
A simple, bright and fresh solution gives two ladies their own space but keeps the overall look cohesive, functional, and visually pleasing.
When faced with a challenge, sometimes the best route to a solution is to put one building block in place. Once you have a logical starting point, things will fall into place.
Although there were beautiful examples of color at the Architectural Digest Home Show, this season has a heavy emphasis on black.
To match the emerging economy and people’s excitement to reinvest in their homes, Emerald Green makes a splash into decorating for 2013.
Texture adds depth and intrigue to a space. When designing, you should not only consider the colors and hues that you are going to include, but also which textures you want to incorporate.
May requires as much efficiency in her home as she does at work. Things need to be optimized and organized for her to feel as if she’s fully utilizing a space.
The challenge was to smoothly combine two disparate functions into one beautiful design.
George is an inquisitive engineer and father who loves precision and geometric designs. Abby is a busy professional and mother who loves bright colors and knows what exactly she wants from the outset.
We leave in the morning and come back at night, but in the end, there really is no place like home.
Organizing your entryway can make the transition from inside to outside and back again smooth and effortless.
What do you do with a space that’s bigger than an alcove, but not quite a room? The answer is that you could do just about anything with it. Imagination is the key.
Design Consultant Monika Kerstens tackles a tough challenge with style.