My momma said I always asked too many questions when I was a kiddo. My husband tells me my favorite word in the English language is why? Or, really he says, is a two word phrase….BUT why? I love to challenge the status quo and quite frankly it
Originally published previously! The Neptune Wind tub Ok, I know this is probably NOT the most exciting blog topic I have ever come up with but the truth is that the tub in your bath, or lack thereof, is an important decision in the design process. First question
From the archives on lighting to wrap up this week in lighting design! Lighting is very important to any design project and is often neglected. I have been guilty of this myself…waiting until the job is well underway before selecting fixtures. And in new construction, the lighting plan
I see some gorgeous bathrooms every day. But the number one thing mistake I see in some really beautiful baths is the placement of sconces. It is fairly simple to place them once you have them in hand, but is not simple to plan ahead for that placement.
We walked a job today with an electrician, builder and homeowner. Always fun, ‘eh? Actually is a good team and the electrician, whom I had not previously met, seemed to be on the same page in most areas so I did not have to whine, beg, cajole, or
Powder baths are sacred to me. Anyone who has worked with me on a large house project knows I typically push the finalization of the powder bath design to the furtherest of my (and most assuredly the builder’s) comfort zone. It is usually the last trigger I want
The annual BIG lighting show will be in Dallas in a few weeks. Casey and I plan to go ( if we do not have to sell a kidney to get there) and will be reporting back on what I hope to be an awesome show. I love
Ok folks…if you are still with me….I have been challenged by some, er, well, PEOPLE to blog 5 days out of 7 with two oldies but goodies running twice a week. I would love to think these PEOPLE miss my witty repartee, my scathingly humorous posts on all