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3 Simple Ways to Make a Big Impact on a Small Budget

American designer and architect Charles Eames famously said, “The details are not the details. They make the design.”.   All. Day. Long.   My long-time philosophy has always been that you don’t have to spend a lot on high-impact design to make it look like you did.  With a little imagination, patience (and sometimes some elbow grease too),  you’ll be surprised with how much style you can inject into a space even with a limited

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6 Thoughtful Gifts For Every Person on Your List

No annual gift card exchanges for you this year!  I have what you need to simplify your shopping list and show your love with more meaningful presents! By tapping into what friends and family are passionate about, you can become a world-class gift giver.  So, grab a cup of cheer and take a few minutes to read this carefully curated list of personalized, thoughtful gift ideas. Even the people who “have everything” will be overjoyed

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Interior Design With Your Pet In Mind

If you’re reading this thinking my blog is just an excuse for me to talk about my fur baby…you are absolutely right!!! Ok, I may have a few good design tips in the mix as well!    But seriously…Imagine for a second we lived in a world where everyone had the capacity to love like a dog; unconditional, unending, loyal, pure LOVE.   Sign. Me. Up.    This month marks my bulldog Flynn’s 5th birthday

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Answers to Your Most Common Wood Flooring Questions

Wood flooring.     Of all the elements of interior design, hardwood flooring is one of the most common topics people ask about.  So, I’m going out on a “limb” here guessing you’ve probably wondered about at least one of these questions. And, since I’m obsessed with all things design, you know I have a lot to say about the subject.   Because it’s one of the largest surfaces in a room, flooring is a

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  Home. Once upon a time this was a place where I occasionally slept and sorted my mail…a pit stop in the midst of my insane travel schedule.  Now “home” is basecamp for my everything; work, sleep, binge watching Ozark, working out, Zoom calls (which most likely include margaritas) and everything in between. Since I’m a glass-half-full kind of gal, I’m embracing all of it. But, also…thinking about how we can pay more attention to

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