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Homeowners want to make their homes reflect their personalities and preferences. They often ask us for ideas on how to infuse their unique style. more
It happens every year. The Christmas tree is gone. The wreaths and centerpieces are tossed. The garlands and candles are packed away. And all of a sudden, your home appears barren. more
Besides a room’s layout, its proportions, balance, colors and textures, a critical feature that can make or break a room is the lighting. more
We took up our restoration project of a former church in Landenberg, PA, with gusto. Once done, we had to celebrate.  more
As happens every January, magazines and websites offer prognostications on the design trends for the coming year. more
Many of our clients are doctors, who tend to arrange their living rooms like waiting rooms. We are not on board with that aesthetic. more
One of the most frequent questions we get from clients is how they can make small spaces look larger than they actually are. Here's some tips. more
Interior design is about layout, balance, color, proportion and style. more
Located in a charming and bucolic pocket of Wyndmoor is a stone cottage. But built in the 1920s, the original kitchen was too small. more
In 1988, I was asked to participate in my first “Art and Design” showhouse. My vision was impeccable... until it wasn’t. more
Laura and Blake loved their row home on a historic block. The problem was fitting everything they wanted inside. more
Each administration is given the opportunity to create surroundings that are individual to them. more
It turns out that something new and special can create a whole new “vibe” inside a familiar old package. more
Sustainability is a word that has been around for a while but has become a current buzzword in many fields, not the least of which is architecture. more
Our last article pointed to where to source the perfect pieces. Now we are looking at how to organize or get rid of them. more
I grew up in a “Rancher.”  My father built it himself, in 1959, and it remained our family home for the next 50 years.  more
Many of our clients have shared with us that the reason they chose us was because they were drawn to our use of repurposed items. more
It is no secret that how fabrics are incorporated within a space is basic to the success or failure of the design of that space. more
Our clients sometimes look online for art. And that can be fine, but it can also mean they wind up with no connection to the story, or origins of the work. more
When designers and architects sit down for the first time with a new client, it is natural to talk about experience, past projects, and especially satisfied customers.  more
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