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Your Guide to Home Staging

If you are beginning your home selling journey, first and foremost, congratulations. While undoubtedly stressful, this is also an exciting time, and we want to ensure you’re equipped with the tools you need for your journey. According to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR),…

May 31, 2022

The Materials at the Foundation of Luxury Living

As designers seek to differentiate themselves, innovative, unique homes remain at the heart of luxury real estate. The public’s growing desire for energy efficiency is reflected by creatives’ who apply the same values to their constructions. But what makes a luxury home sustainable? The…

May 24, 2022

2022’s Overarching Design Trend: Curves

Throughout the twentieth century architects, interior designers and homeowners alike have been enamored with modernism’s sleek, clean angularity. Which should come as no surprise as our world has continued to shift with global changes and technological advances that have introduced many to a new…

February 23, 2022

Building out the Perfect Home Library

For an avid reader, a home library is the ultimate luxury. Not only is it the ideal spot to curl up with a good book but it can also be an escape from the world outside your home. Everyone needs a break sometimes, and…

February 9, 2022

Five Stunning Staircases That Elevate Their Space

Though their primary function is undoubtedly essential, staircases have the potential to become more than a means to transcend floors and contribute to a guest’s first, and last, impression of a space. By integrating spirals, floating steps and unique building materials, designers can turn…

January 25, 2022

Designing the Ultimate Chef’s Kitchen

With people spending more time at home there has been an increase in home renovation projects across the Americas. In fact, home remodeling searches more than doubled in 2021, with kitchens remaining the most remodeled room. As one of the most used rooms in…

January 5, 2022

Design Trend: Japandi Decor

Your home is a personal sanctuary, and, as such, it should feel like one. While some homeowners prefer the extravagant decor and self-expression of maximalism, others find refuge in minimalist styles like Japandi. This design style dates back over 150 years, developing as Danish designers…

November 2, 2021

Design Trends to Try: Equestrian Decor

The equine image has inspired artists for thousands of years, with the oldest recorded artistic imagery of horses estimated to be 17,000 years old. Found in the Lascaux cave network, these prehistoric paintings depict a variety of animals including felines, stags, wild cattle, bison,…

October 5, 2021
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Design Trends to Try: Maximalism

Maximalist styles have garnered attention since the Victorian era. This flamboyant aesthetic mixes different shapes and patterns, complex furnishings, dynamic wallpapers, and ornate objects. In the 20th century, interior decorator Mario Buatta enhanced and popularized the style. Nicknamed the “King of Clutter”, he was…

August 3, 2021

Vastu Shastra: The Science of Architecture

Before travel was as accessible as it is today, people around the world had little contact and developed distinct systems of design and architecture. Each culture’s unique system is largely reflective of those people’s past and present cultural values. Architects and interior designers today…

June 1, 2021