Interior Style By Marisa Moore Of South Riding, Va Receives Best Of Houzz 2014 Award

Interior Style By Marisa Moore Of South Riding, Va Receives Best Of Houzz 2014 Award

aHouzz is a tremendous tool for homeowners and designers, and I am honored to have been awarded Best of Houzz in both their Design and Customer Satisfaction categories,a said Interior Styleas owner and lead designer Marisa Moore. aHouzz provides homeowners with the most comprehensive view of a home improvement professional on the Web, empowering them to find and hire the right professional to execute their vision,a said Liza Hausman, vice president of community for Houzz. aWeare delighted to recognize Interior Style by Marisa Moore among our aBest Ofa professionals for design as judged by our community of homeowners and design enthusiasts who are actively remodeling and decorating their homes.a With Houzz, homeowners can identify not only the top-rated professionals like Interior Style by Marisa Moore, but also those whose work matches their own aspirations for their home. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.streetinsider.com/Press+Releases/Interior+Style+by+Marisa+Moore+of+South+Riding%2C+VA+Receives+Best+of+Houzz+2014+Award/9149425.html Need advice? Ask a question to the experts at the Calgary Home and Garden Show Somoza’s intriguing approach to the home furnishings market combines well-crafted U.S. and European wood furniture from the 1930s to the 1970s with colorful, modern fabrics and fine finishes. In 2014, consumers will be looking for accent pieces with bright colors, like teal and silver, according to Somoza. “The monotone beiges and browns of the 1990s are gone with the wind,” he adds. To keep Mission Avenue Studio at the leading edge of the home furnishings market, Somoza uses top current designer fabrics lines including Jonathan Adler for Kravet and Martyn Lawrence Bullard for Schumacher to give the pieces new life. “This is a great design...
Arranging Your Books By Color Is Not A Moral Failure

Arranging Your Books By Color Is Not A Moral Failure

And whos to say that color isnt a perfectly viable visual cue to help locate a book you want to revisit? In its 2012 ” In Defense of: Organizing Books by Color,” Apartment Therapy argued that traditional organization methods like alphabetical by author, fiction/non-fiction or subject matter don’t work for everyone, adding that visual thinkers might remember the bright blue cover of the novel they read last summer, rather than who wrote it, or its title. The recent New York Observer piece interviewed a professional organizational designer named Laura Cattano on the subject of color-coding bookshelves, who noted that thanks to technology, people are reading on their phones, they are reading on their Kindles, they are reading online. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_eye/2014/02/11/arranging_your_books_by_color_is_not_a_moral_failure.html Expert kitchen tips from Bromley interior designer Jeni Madden The kidney shaped pull outs are great for packets of food but not so good for baking trays, so think through what sort of things need to be stored. Built-in appliances always look better and allow the eye to focus on the colours or materials in your scheme. However every room needs a focus and you may want to make a statement with your extractor fan or a range oven. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.newsshopper.co.uk/leisure/latest/10999247.Expert_kitchen_tips_from_Bromley_interior_designer_Jeni_Madden/ Need advice? Ask a question to the experts at the Calgary Home and Garden Show The Heather Company Collection can be found at boutique retailers across Canada. Photograph by Courtesy, Calgary Home and Garden Show Calgary Herald February 12, 2014 Interior design, landscaping, home renovations do-it-yourself projects can...
Interior Design: Make A Window Cornice In Less Than An Hour

Interior Design: Make A Window Cornice In Less Than An Hour

Martha’s Vineyard Interior Design wins Houzz award The finished Deco Wrap cornice can then be embellished with contrasting fabric, cord, fringe or other options. Tuck fabric panels into the cornice back for faux draperies that can accent a window already covered by blinds or a shade. The foam forms can be cut or glued to use for various window sizes. The finished cornice is hung from hardware that screws in easily above the window frame. Deco-Wrap kits, which do not include fabric, come with four mounting screws and sell for $31.99 at Fabricland. Those attending tomorrow get a $5 discount if the kit is purchased during a demonstration for $26.99. Fabricland is at 855 Route 22 West in North Plainfield. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.nj.com/homegarden/index.ssf/2014/02/interior_design_make_a_window_cornice_in_less_than_an_hour.html Retailworks specializes in customer-friendly interior design MVID was chosen for the 2014 Customer Satisfaction Award by the more than 16 million monthly users that comprise the Houzz community. Customer Satisfaction honors are determined by a variety of factors, including the number and quality of client reviews a professional received in 2013, according to a press release. Houzz provides homeowners with the most comprehensive view of home building, remodeling and design professionals, empowering them to find and hire the right professional to execute their vision, said Liza Hausman, vice president of community for Houzz. Were delighted to recognize Marthas Vineyard Interior Design among our Best Of professionals for customer satisfaction as judged by our community of homeowners and design enthusiasts who are actively remodeling and decorating their homes. For more information, call 508-687-9555. For the original version including...
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