l thought I would do something a bit different on my blog by interviewing my very first client! Nicola, who is an HR Director for tech companies was my very first client who gave me an opportunity to design her beautiful sunny 1920’s Marina-style home in Potrero Hill. Continue reading to see what design problem she needed help with and why she hired an interior designer to transform her home!
We are all made of energy. If you don’t feel good about yourself and your physical space, it affects not only your health and mood, but also your productivity and energy you give off. If there is too much clutter, not a lot of natural light, bad air, worn out and uncomfortable furniture and accessories, it doesn’t feel good, which translates to low and negative energy leading to health problems such as stress, anxiety, sluggishness, sickness, and more. If you want to raise your mood and feel happier so you are inspired to take action towards improving not only your health, your life, and the space you are in, then it’s time to bring in and allow positive energy into your environment. Here are 9 ways to bring positive energy into your space both physically and mentally this fall season.
As we enter the fall season, people are starting to prepare their space for the holidays coming up. Furniture showrooms, home decor retailers, designers, architects, homeowners, and small business owners have an interest in incorporating interior design trends (small or large) into their projects. From matte black to mustard yellow, bold patterns, organic shapes, and a strong interest and focus on biophilic design, here are a few of the top 2019 fall interior design trends that will be popular.