Fine Tuning

July 17th, 2011 by

Followed up Feng Shui adjustments at home with a virtual Feng Shui makeover at the studio. I switched offices, purged unused library items and adjusted here and there. It seems to have aligned me with creative space. As much as I looked forward to working on my website today, instead I designed pillows, drapery, and selected fabric for dining chairs. The palette is playful, easy, relaxed, and enjoyable. Hurray.

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Organically Grown

July 15th, 2011 by
Pablo Reinoso

Pablo Reinoso – Spaghetti Bench

This has been a favorite piece of mine for several years. One day I’ll work with a client for whom this, or another Reinoso piece is the perfect fit.

A reminder that we should all dare to live outside the box.

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I like a Pulley

July 14th, 2011 by
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David Mann and Brett McMullen
MR Architecture + Decor

This design is so good it gives me the shivers. The door makes me happy, as I imagine opening and closing it a lot. The furniture grouping is timeless and sophisticated, contrasting nicely with the door and its call to action.

 

 

 

 

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A Day of Feng Shui

July 2nd, 2011 by

Less than two weeks ago, I made a fair amount of feng shui corrections to my home. I am beginning to notice and feel energies, some subtle and some not. One of othe biggest awarenesses I’ve had is that the more I get my home in harmonic alignment, the more I realize how much my Design Studio can use a Feng Shui, take me away kind of day. It will feel so good.

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