A big “Thank You” to Alycia from Mupplebee for inviting me to participate in your Designer Interview Series! What is the best part of being an interior designer? Helping people improve their life. As a kitchen & bath designer, I often am able to improve the way a family interacts with each other. I am also …
Last month I was honored to have the opportunity to tour the Cold Spring, MN granite quarry and 2 plants. The process of getting stone from ground to your home is fascinating AND probably much more complicated than you might think. Here is a quick look of our tour! Once the blocks are cut …
Thank you to Kim Sweet for inviting me to contribute tips to your HouseLogic article! It is an honor to be with fellow professionals like Katherine Sacks, Dawn Falcone and Kelly Morisseau, author of Kelly’s Kitchen Sync. See the whole post here. You can also see my recent post on Kitchen Organization here!
Thank you to our client, The Beauty Lab, for a wonderful project & props in your latest interview for Finance & Commerce! See the entire article here and a sneak peek of the finished space here.
Not everyone is in the market for a large kitchen remodel, nor wants one. Some client simply need to use their existing space more efficiently. Here are a few tips to get you started.
Ceilings. They are often forgotten. But, please don’t! Have a little fun! The ultimate in ceiling fun is done in the architecture of the building…like these!
Freestanding vanities are everywhere, they are HOT and no one is doing them like Antonio Lupi ~ according to me. Here’s a taste. I can’t get over Mr. Splash ~ He’s AMAZING!