Choosing fabrics for seating is more challenging than one might think. I typically work with clients with similar lifestyles as my own. Its important to work with someone whose style and attitude resonate with their own. Fabrics for seating need... Continue Reading →
Turning 50 this year has been an interesting ride. I felt as though I had better get a handle on a few things or my health and lifestyle could take a down turn over the next 20 years. One of... Continue Reading →
Cleanliness is the name of the game these days. With the pandemic looming and no end in sight for a year or two until we have some sort of vaccine or flu shot to help our communities survive this mess,... Continue Reading →
As I get older its down right pathetic how my eyes are doing less and less for me. This is a challenge when the attention to detail is a great part of my job description as a designer and an... Continue Reading →
When people say "You are so Creative" I simply say thank you. The reality is that the real creative work can be a struggle to get to. I call it Flow. Its that magical space where your mind, your imagination, is pulling on the vast network of input to come up with solutions to problems, new ideas and new art or space.
As an artist and designer I soak in what is around me and what I see when we travel. When i"m at my computer working on Interior Design Projects I have a beautiful view of my garden and my Chickies.... Continue Reading →
I wrote a book 5 years ago, I cant believe it is so long now. It was in reaction to what it took to start a design business in a recession. For me it was all bout creating the right... Continue Reading →
When someone asks for an appointment or a consultation with me, before the initial meeting I like to send out a questionnaire and a brief statement of our design process. these are documents that help us get to know one... Continue Reading →