Change of Seasons

Professional Interior Designer Twin Cities MN Add Warmth to Your Home

As per usual, summer has just flown by, and fall is not far away. I don’t know about you, but I’ve already seen a few trees whose leaves have started to change color. I have to say, that it’s about this time of year that I start feeling the need to tweak my interior for the cooler season. Common suggestions for adding warmth to a scheme in preparation for what our climate will undoubtedly bring our way include changing out pillows, adding throws, etc. Even that, however, can become a bit spendy. If you’re looking to make more of a long term investment, then by all means, purchasing a fall/winter set of pillows, throws, etc. is a great way to go.

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Wednesday with Avram Rusu

Interior Design Art Ideas Twin Cities MN

This fabulously fun sconce was recently installed in a client’s home.

Interior Design Art Ideas Twin Cities MN

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What’s in a Sofa…

Sofa Ideas Professional Interior Designer Minnesota

To be more precise, I’m going to share some insights as to what should be in a sofa. When it comes to frequently used furniture, making the investment in quality pieces is well worth it. LEE is one of my go to brands when it comes to upholstered pieces. It’s available here in the Twin Cities through Francis King; the video I’m sharing today takes a look behind the seams at LEE. Oops, I mean scenes

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Don’t Forget the Ceiling!

Wallpaper Ideas Professional Interior Designer Minnesota

Interior design is all about thinking three-dimensionally. All to often, however, the poor ceiling is an afterthought and gets (yet another) fresh coat of…white paint. Sigh. Let’s give that ceiling the attention it deserves! Take a look at a few of these more interesting ideas.

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Friday Fish Fry

Happy Friday, everyone! I don’t know about you, but I love a good fish fry so I’m running with that idea for the blog today. Though these fish-related interior accessories really aren’t meant to be consumed…

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Chandelier from Currey & Company

Rug from The Rug Company

End table from NOIR Furniture

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