From the start of this project my client had a really good idea of what she wanted. A family room where she could entertain, as well as a space for her kids to play comfortably. The sofa was the one piece of furniture that was to remain and my client was not too excited about … Continue reading A family room designed for the whole family
This room got a major refresh when my client said “YES” to painting the walls a deep blue. Farrow and Ball’s, Drawing Room Blue, added the right amount of drama to make this young family’s dining room ready for entertaining. Lucite sconces over the buffet and a sleeker chandelier modernized the traditional dining room table … Continue reading Dining Room Delight
This modern family room is a great representation of the way we live today. A multi purpose room that is used for watching tv, a children’s playroom, lounging, and entertaining. When clients ask me to assist them in kitchen renovations more often than not they want a design that opens up the kitchen to an … Continue reading A Modern Family Room
After living in this Master Bedroom for thirty-five plus years, my clients decided it was time for an update. Their stone colonial has all of the beauty and character of an older home, but with that character comes small closets, limited lighting, and very few electrical outlets. It became obvious that the main objective for … Continue reading Master Bedroom Makeover
One of the things I enjoy most about my profession as an Interior Architect is being hired to reconfigure a space. This particular project was a great challenge because I was able to redesign a garage and adjacent sitting room into an in-law suite. The new dwelling had to include all necessary living spaces as … Continue reading In-Law Suite
This project began with my good friend and fellow Drexel grad Cindy Allan. Our clients beautiful oriental carpet was the generator for the decor of the room. Because the carpet was so ornate, we had to make careful color and furniture selections to compliment it. This client also had a few family heirlooms like her … Continue reading Rosemont Re-Design Update
Sometimes all it takes is one little change in your house, like moving a piece of furniture or purchasing a new coffee table to make you want to change everything. That one decision can have a snowball effect. This project began as a Master Bathroom renovation and turned into so much more. In order to … Continue reading The Master Suite snowball effect……
Just last year we gutted and redid our old kitchen. We said good bye to the old coral red formica counter tops, cream formica cabinets, laminate flooring and the ironing board that came down out of the wall?? Working in the field of Interior Design can be both a blessing and a curse. As a … Continue reading Out with the old…….
The cornice board and drapery panels were recently installed on the landing in the Rosemont Re Design project. The fabric has graphic floral print which keeps the window lite against the dense geometry of the wall paper. The trim and piping are the details that really make this window treatment special while the cornice design … Continue reading A Whimsical Window Design
The project I am working on in Avalon, NJ is progressing well and will be finished by Memorial Day. Here is a sneak peek of the incredible mosaic and subway tile that we selected for the new bathroom.