It's no secret that I love color. I always have, it's just something that makes me happy. Color inspires me to be creative. When I see a well designed room with rich, vibrant colors, it evokes an immediate reaction. Pair color with texture and well, it's like I've died and gone to heaven. But while I like color, my favorite colors are jewel tones. Jewel tones are intense, rich, and highly saturated (meaning that the hue is dominant; a color like grey would have very lit
I love powder rooms. I won’t deny that my enthusiasm for powder rooms seems to take my clients by surprise but I see these tiny little spaces as wonderful opportunities to make a powerful impact. Usually located near the heart or center of the home, I view powder rooms as an unassuming door just waiting to take the homeowner and his/her guests to a different dimension.
Powder rooms provide boundless opportunities for creativity while allowing the most bang for the buck.
In my experience when it comes to selecting colors, most clients usually opt for something “safe”. I have heard my fair share of protests and cautions of colors to steer clear of, not too bright because others might not like it; not too bold because the client is unsure if they will be able to live with it long-term; not too dark because the room will appear smaller; not too many colors because the client may be overwhelmed and on it goes. But also in my experience, I’ve foun