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Our design team is comprised interior designers and kitchen and bath designers to handle your project from conception to completion.
We've provided consultation for over 1,000 homes throughout the beautiful state of Arizona. Throughout this time we have grown connections with home builders, contractors, and Realtors throughout Phoenix. This allows us to handle and oversee all interior design, remodeling and new home decor projects. Since we have very little overhead we are able to provide custom one-on-one services to see your home transition from beginning to end; working with you each step of the way.
Brining you decor tips from our experiences designing Arizona homes. From old world trends of Scottsdale, to modern living in Downtown Phoenix. Welcome to our interior design blog.
Think of redoing your “kitchen” and you probably first think of countertops and cabinets – and for good reason. Both are essential parts of any kitchen, and both have massive effects the kitchen’s overall look and feel. But when redoing your kitchen, you might be tempted to focus on those countertops and cabinets to the detriment of another very important part: the kitchen floor. Tile floors are traditional and classic – the kind you’ll find on almost any kitchen floor. But they are not the only option; whether you’re into tile or into a hardwood
Winter is coming. That sounds ominous to some, for sure, but we think it means that a prime time for some light kitchen makeovers and some heavy redecorating to prep for the upcoming chilly season. And what better way to welcome the New Year – when it arrives – than with a fresh new kitchen? Keep reading to see some hot – and cool- trends and ideas for redecorating your kitchen this winter. Start With The Color: Warm or Cool? If you think it’s time for a new color palette for the winter seasons, there
The bathroom is – right after the kitchen – one of the centerpieces of your home’s interior aesthetic. It’s the perfect place to experiment with new styles, or to show off your own aesthetic preferences, in a less-prominent part of the house. Whether you prefer a modern style or a more traditional and elegant one, there are tons of updates and little tweaks you can make to your bathroom to bring it to the next level and add some style to the home. Here are a few brilliant ones. Add Some New Lights This is
If you’re in the same boat as a lot of us, you probably have a bedroom that is – unfortunately – way smaller than you’d like it to be. Maybe you live in the city and space is at a premium, or maybe you’re downsizing and moving to a smaller home in order to simplify life (and lower those mortgage payments!) Either way, you’ve found that your bedroom is just a little bit too small for comfort. It’s too bad that you can’t really do much to actually make your room larger, but there is
They say that first impressions can be hard to shake, and we all know just how important those first few seconds are to set the tone….and we’re not just talking about introductions and interviews here; a visitor’s first impression of your home is likely to set the tone for the whole interaction. That’s why your home’s entryway is so integral to the overall appearance of the home. When someone walks into a beautiful entryway, they are immediately wowed – an impression they take into every other room in the house. When, on the other hand,
Lighting is (clearly) one of the most important parts of any interior design – for both practical and aesthetic reasons. Adequate lighting is essential to getting around the house properly and safely…but you can also use those lighting fixtures to decorate and adorn your home in all sorts of elegant or unusual ways. This goes for the exterior of the house as much as it does for the interior; from pendant lighting to extravagant chandeliers, or from string lights to floodlights, there are dozens of different ways to illuminate your house and your yard in
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