Furniture

Six Well-Being Decor Enchancers

The environmental impact on our health and well-being is a growing concern.  Interior designers today confront this issue and search for solutions to achieve better coexistence with nature while staying so many hours indoor during the day. Apparently, good design can create stylish and simultaneously superb healthy living spaces. How to achieve the look? Follow […] Read more…

Five Ways to Re-energize Your Interior

The look and feel of your home should be warm and inviting, after all, we do spend so much time indoors staring at our walls and furniture. The choices you make with your decor can help reduce stress, enhance your mood and help you sleep better. If your interior décor is not particularly elevating your […] Read more…

Four Ways to Zen Sensibility

Unlike what most people think, introducing a Zen sensibility to your space is quite easy.  Zen interiors mean living a simple lifestyle and design aesthetic that lends a calming effect to your home.  It does not require extensive remodeling of your home, just a few changes can create a huge impact.  Imagine bringing the serenity […] Read more…

Streetscape Pastels Brought Home!

One thing I always appreciated as an urban planner how our street scapes can influence our interior decor.  This streetscape is beautiful highlighting of soft greys and pastels.  What an inspiration for a living room decor! A relaxed living room with linear patterns on the floor, grey toned walls, pastel colored accessories.  Streetscape decor brought […] Read more…

Love, Marriage, Decorating & Feng Shui

Before decorating or redecorating a room in your home.  Call a meeting with your spouse or partner first.  Set the intention of what your home is to be for the both of you.  Determine first which rooms you would like to decorate or redecorate and whether or not the room is functioning at a level […] Read more…

Designing Your Way Out of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

For people who are susceptible to seasonal mood disorders winterizing can mean more than getting your heating system checked out or sealing up your drafts; it can also involve taking extra steps to safeguard yourself against winter blues or the symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) can become a serious condition which […] Read more…

How to Decorate With Intention

A room that has been decorated with well-thought decor will inspire you to stay in it a bit longer as you enjoy the serenity in it. Decorating with intention involves decorating bringing out the intended purpose of that space to transform it into a warm, authentic space. It involves knowing how to be creative and […] Read more…

5 Holiday Season Feng Shui Hacks to Create Balance

The holiday season signifies joy, cheer and family bonding. It is also a great time to attract positive energy into your home and fill the house with Chi – enhancing decor. Feng Shui does not require you to go out of your way to buy healing crystals and Buddha statuettes, it simply is creating a […] Read more…

Have a Multi-Functional Space? I Got it!

I have often come across people who are confused about decorating a large room in their home. They end up buying very large furniture that does nothing to make the room feel cozier or functional. When you have a great room, it is a good idea to make it multi-functional and take advantage of the […] Read more…

Guest Blog Post: Feng Shui Tips for Your Home

Tips to Feng Shui Your Home If energy cannot move through its environment at a steady pace, it’s said to be out of balance. This happens when closets are so cluttered that they trap energy in one place. Another problem is when there are long hallways or staircases in the home where the energy is […] Read more…

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