of 2008. This designer's home was so beautifully designed,
I had to share it again.. For those of you who haven't seen her home,
it's pure eye candy!
That leads me to my design tip. One of the first elements
I discuss in my residential class is the importance
Webster's Dictionary describes COHESION as: "Sticking together" :
that doesn't sound so glamorous but it's true.
The decorative + architectural elements throughout your
space/home/chalet etc. etc. should read as a whole, NOT
match perfectly because that is a BORE, but the pieces of
the puzzle should flow and relate in some shape or form.
This can be accomplished in a multitude of ways...
with color, contrast, texture, decorative materials such as the use of mirror,
Lisa Epley (the designer employs most of those items + more).
Designer: Lisa Epley Magazine: Paper City
I would love a charcoal and white kitchen!!