Gadsden Renovation-Before and Middle

Everyone loves a good before and after. Luckily there will be a future post covering that. We happened to be in the area of this renovation we designed in April, which is a good ways away from our office, so today you get a “before” and “middle”, if you will… Fortunately the transformation …

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Breakfast Room Design Ideas

By Lindsey Walta, October 27, 2008 | In interior decorating |

Need breakfast room inspiration? Check out this article on Southern Living’s website for some great ideas.

Here are a few of my favorite pictures from the article.

This look is more of a breakfast nook, its warm and cozy feeling is enhanced by the windows fitted with soft panels, upholstered chairs and cushioned benches, and the exposed …

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Bringing the Rustic Look Indoors

By Lindsey Walta, October 8, 2008 | In interior decorating |

We often design homes and especially lake houses that are a rustic, cabin look. Everyone seems to love the look of stone, cedar shake, wood siding, and exposed beams. It is probably one of our most popular styles.

I believe that a home should be viewed as a whole, and that the interior must flow seamlessly …

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My Paint Color Changes at Night…Why is That?

By Lindsey Walta, October 1, 2008 | In Home Design |

This is a great article out of the American Society of Interior Designers publication Access. Instead of writing my own spin, I thought I’d just share the article with you. Enjoy.

The “M” Word, Understanding Metamerism Can Help Design Professionals Avoid Costly Color Mistakes.

By Kimi Eisele for the Sherwin Williams, Industry Partner of ASID, Magazine, STIR

Gail …

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