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VIP tour with Jamie Drake

Jamie Drake was in attendance at the magazine breakfast and then brought a few of us to the Theodore Alexander showroom in High Point. I was given a VIP tour of his beautiful new product line for the manufacturer…

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Home Accents Today @ HP

Home Accents Today Magazine hosted a brainstorming breakfast during High Point Market. The Editors invited a hand full of Designers and Retailers to sit and discuss various topics…

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Benjamin Moore Color of the Year 2016

Benjamin Moore named ‘Simply White OC-117’ its Color Of The Year for 2016! Having just come back from Market at High Point it is a refreshing color that will go with all of the new Design Trends. Stay tuned for our High Point Trends report!

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Beautiful Panama

I just came back from visiting friends in Panama and was amazed by the beauty and diversity of the country. It seems to have everything…old world charm, rich history, modern architecture, exciting night life, beautiful suburbs… to mountains, tropical forests, local artisans and a palm tree lined Pacific Ocean coastline to die for. We experienced it all!

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Early Fall Newsletter, September 2015

Our newly renovated Community Room at Temple Israel in Croton was completed just in time for the Holidays this month. View the Before & Afters of this wonderful renovation, and lots of great info from our weekly Blog Recap!

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Chandni P. ~ Irvington, NY

My husband and I searched for a while to find the perfect fit for our home redesign. When we met Denise we knew she was going to be that person! She does an amazing job listening to everything you describe and turning that into your dream look and design. She did a complete kitchen redesign with an open concept that was amazing. She has excellent taste and would be someone to go to for a small or large project.

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Photographer: Steve Lesnick

Steve’s fascination over the last ten years has been capturing instantaneous moments with a humble truth to it’s subjects, the kind you only get by photographing people. Steve brings a mix of artistic expression with a broad technical know-how into his work that gives his clients more memorable imagery.

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‘Used’ is the new ‘New’

Moveloot is an online consignment company selling gently used furniture at great costs. Their mission is that everyone should be able to furnish their homes and offices stylishly, affordably and sustainably. Green Demolitions is another luxury recycler…

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Temple Israel Community Room

When asked to redesign the Community Room at Temple Israel in Croton on Hudson, I quickly said yes! Having lived and worked in the area for over 16 years I wanted to give back to the community by giving them something beautiful to enjoy…

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Late Summer Newsletter, August 2015

Design & Renovation 101

Many of you followed the progress of this in-depth gut/renovation on Facebook as it unfolded. Areas included kitchen, 3 bathrooms, enclosed Sunroom, and more! I created this ‘DocuVideo’ series to dispel the myth that all design and construction projects are gut wrenching. This project could not have gone smoother, and the clients were thrilled with the end results…

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Impact of Design

HOUZZ and ASID asked us pros what Design will look like during the next 40 years. Heres a link to my predictions in pictures. Do you agree? Like my HOUZZ Ideabook if you do!

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Historical Newport RI

Newport Rhode Island is one of the most beautiful places to visit. It is rich in history, boasting the highest number of surviving Colonial buildings in the US (according to Wiki) and was founded in 1639. During the Gilded Age in the mid-1800’s, wealthy Southern planters seeking to escape the oppressive heat, built ‘Summer cottages’ such as the Breakers…

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Phyllis S. ~ Wilton, Ct.

I can’t say enough about DW Design and Denise who I met her through Houzz. From our first meeting, I knew it was going to be a relationship that worked. Denise listened carefully to what I wanted in the space and then made it happen. She always provided several options for me to choose from. I’m not sure how she turned my random thoughts into a beautiful, functional and unique family room that gets rave reviews from all who visit. Denise is an excellent communicator and stays on top of all the details. I’ve just engaged her on my next project – the guest room suite!!!

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Artist: Susan Lanzano, Botanical Art

“I love to use watercolors to capture the movement and spirit of botanical life. Every painting becomes, in a way, a record of my love affair with a little piece of the natural world at a specific moment in time. I feel a profound connection with my subjects as I work with them, recording each contour on paper, and it is my goal to bring others to that same intimate relationship with nature.”

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Avoid costly mistakes…hire a professional. We can help!

In this short video Denise Wenacur explains her start to finish Design process and how helpful it is to her clients. Customized solutions allow projects to reflect the uniqueness of the individual clients while staying within their predetermined budget and timeframe. We team up with our clients to make it an enjoyable experience too!

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Summer Newsletter, July 2015

City Chic is our Summer Newsletter focus! Detailed planning allowed for a smooth transition from the suburbs to the city, tall trees to tall buildings! Lots to do this summer from biking the West Side to planning your renovation projects to include hand made wallpaper…

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NYC Chic

When jobs were moved to NYC, this suburban couple moved to the city. Their 7,000 sq foot home was cavernous as empty nesters. So they sold it and moved to a luxury building in NYC with 1500 spacious sq feet on the upper West Side of Manhattan…

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Reclaimed Wood

Clients often ask us how they can be more environmentally friendly in their renovation projects. Some people just want a very unique type of wood for their custom cabinetry. This is when we suggest using Reclaimed Wood…

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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!”