I’ve Fallen In Love – With the Divine Simplicity of European Design.

I always knew that juxtaposition in interior design made my heart beat faster, and that is why I considered my self a “transitional style” designer. Transitional style mixes traditional and contemporary design in a flattering way so as to create more visual interest and appeal vs a flat, single style design. However, I’m discovering more

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The #LippieProject | REVEALED

This bench belonged to our client before we came on to the project. We added the coat rack and lovely rug from Loloi to create a functional and welcoming foyer.   This console table matches the foyer bench. All that was needed by us was a little styling.   I love how the fireplace bump

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The #LippieProject | PROGRESS

Before the final reveal, I’d like to post a few progress photos. So many people came together in the making of this beautiful space. Here we are hard at work spanning from a couple days to just hours before the reveal! Warning: It gets worse before it gets better.

The #LippieProject | BEFORE

Information Gathering I received a phone call in May, 2016 from my clients requesting professional interior design for their great room. They had just moved from their compartmentalized home of 20 years in Washington to this open concept home in Colorado Springs. During our complimentary consultation, I discovered that their biggest concern was how to

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Dreaming of Our California Adventure

With the upcoming blizzards supposedly sweeping the nation in a few days, I plan to take full advantage of the 50 and 60 degree weather over the weekend here in Colorado Springs. A good hike just might be what’s needed for our family to get out before the weather shuts us in. While the warm

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House Proud {But Not In A Way You Would Think}

So there’s a “Love Your Home” challenge going on since the book “Love the Home You Have” by Melissa Michaels came to print this past month. I first read about it on Emily A. Clark’s blog and thought that it was a great exercise in appreciating our homes for the sentiment they foster and not

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Master Bath Remodel: The Vision

Kitchens and bathrooms demand more detailed planning than any other space in your home as they typically require work behind the walls, under the floor, and through the ceiling. Not only do you have the aesthetics to think of, but you also have to plan for water proofing, plumbing, additional building materials, and extra lighting.

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