THOUGHTS ON GOOD DESIGN BLOG
I am thrilled to be working with Greenhouse Fabrics to help introduce their beautiful new fabrics for 2017!
Every month new fabrics will be introduced, and I will give a special spin on suggested color combinations and usage for their BLOG. Check in with us each month to see what’s new and exciting!
Will you be making changes in 2017 based on your experiences this past year? Trends that I viewed at the High Point Furniture & Accessory Market in the Fall and forecasts from Dering Hall will give you some inspiration for the New Year. And what do you think about Benjamin Moore’s Color of the Year ~ SHADOW? I love it!
Unique tiles and a ‘spicy’ color palette were chosen to keep the atmosphere bright and youthful in this basement makeover. Beautiful textiles from trade resource Greenhouse Fabrics ranged from high durability performance fabrics for the seat cushions to faux leather for a sleeper ottoman to friendly stripes for window treatments…
“Denise did an amazing job transforming my beat up kids play room into a fabulous meditation retreat space. I didn’t think it was possible but she had a vision! She absolutely exceeded my expectations. Denise knew exactly the feel that I was looking for in the space and the final product is exactly what I wanted. She is easy and fun to work with and totally reliable! I highly recommend her for any projects, large or small!”
The word ‘bespoke’ is just a fancy word for ‘custom’. Whichever word you prefer, there is something very special about creating an item that has never been seen before! The possibilities are endless when designing something from scratch. Color, size and details are all unique to the parameters of the project and the clients personal style preference.
“Denise worked patiently and diligently to help me flesh out a new and very fresh look for my home. She worked her schedule around mine but mostly she designed a beautiful living space that brings modern to my 90 year old home. She brought some wonderful contractors to the project and I experienced very minimal disruption despite a full kitchen rebuild and wall removal.”
The common element throughout is good design. There’s always a reason why an element is chosen for a certain place, whether it’s a colorful painting in a room or a specific fabric on a chair. There’s also a functionality to every item that is unique to each project’s solution. It’s sort of like an oversized jigsaw puzzle with a place and reason for each piece.
“Your rooms are like a painting. Each component is a brushstroke to create the whole picture. It’s magic every time!”