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Trends in Faucet Design

Recently I have received several phone calls for design interviews on trends going into 2010. The topics have ranged from general trends in kitchen and bath design, to

Happy New Year! Welcome 2010!

I am sicker than a dog and hardly feel like doing much of anything other than curling up with a great book, of which I received several for

What‘s Really Included?

Here is a wonderful guest blog from our own Laura Lawrence, CKD! It is informative information that will help you understand the design/budget process. Thanks Laura!   Budgets. 

Small bath vanities

I love designing bathrooms! Quickly becoming one of my favorite projects! (Although I am dilly dallying starting on my own…too many ideas!) I have been looking the past

I don’t get it

Seriously. Don’t you think a 3.8 million dollar house should have a kitchen worthy of, well, a multi million dollar home? I find it hard to believe the

Color your kitchen!

(copy of article I wrote for regional publication) Too often people nervously approach the edge of their comfort zone when it comes to adding color in the kitchen

Can we not do better than this?

This house is for sale. Over 800k. I guess it is late and perhaps should not post while sleep deprived…but, I look at this kitchen ( cute family

Random spaces

Just some random cool spaces!    I wish I knew where I found this one…..like the banquette!                      

This thing about chairs

Ok, I am going to admit one of my greatest vices….drumroll please! I have  a “thing” for chairs.  In fact, cannot seem to pass up a cool chair

Bathonista Interview

Recently I did an interview on Bathonista website. Check it out and tell me what you think! But please, no brick throwing for my unforgiving diatribe about golden

ICFF Challenge “Design for one dollar”

Pratt Institute of Design students were given the challenge of designing something worthwhile for one dollar. Some amazing results. Check out link at Fast Company’s site   Design for

Art Gallery Walls

 I recently read an article in New York Magazine about a designer/painter, Richard Lee who echos my sentiments on displaying artwork. (yes, I know this is off the beaten

A Sad Day

Ken Brown, a great builder in our area as well as a good friend passed away last weekend very suddenly…and tragically. This was a great southern man who

NKBA 2009 Design Awards

We just got back from KBIS and what a whirlwind trip! We stayed at a wonderful hotel in Midtown (Atlanta) called The Georgian Terrace…was great and I highly