Are you happy with your current furnishings but it just doesn’t look or feel right in the rooms? Interior redesign is the answer! Also called one-day decorating. Interior redesign involves rearranging the furniture, artwork, and accessories you already own to make your space functional and beautiful! Any shopping that is done, will be done right in your own home!
Using your existing furnishings, accessories, and artwork, we’ll create a new atmosphere that clarifies warmth, beauty, and style. If your vision and budget includes new pieces and/or color consultation, we can incorporate that into your finished design plan as well.
Imagine a designer look in your new home with our unique Move-In ReDesign Service. You unpack your boxes, and the CCHC team will arrange the furniture, hang artwork, and place your accessories. You will feel “at home” in no time!
Contact me to schedule a complimentary room redesign consultation today! (860)961.6824 or email@example.com
A truly timeless design trend, black and white furnishings should be on your list of trends to incorporate into your home’s decor for 2019 and beyond. The visual contrast of black and white will provide a sense of balance and bravery to the feel of your home while lending it a graphic punch that is timeless.
This trendy hue is getting a lot of attention again thanks to its delightfully modern feel. We’ve already seen this pink shade make its way into home decor and fashion in 2018, but for 2019 get prepared to incorporate this hue in new creative and unique ways, it’s an easy way to update any space with decorative accents, fabrications, and wall coverings.
Still, in 2019, geometric patterns are becoming a dramatic presence. Colors will be bolder with oversized patterns. This is a trend that will help make a fearless statement in any room.
Designers are expecting to see many nods to the 70s era. 70’s chic decor is all warm palettes, funky textures, with abstract silhouettes. Incorporating this trend into your home will bring out the stunning personality of every living room or bedroom design.
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Do you have a spare room or maybe a whole house that is just sitting there costing you money – when you could be making money?
Airbnb is the way to go . . . let’s be honest though, if you don’t have panoramic water view or an unbeatable location to offer guests – you are going to need to rely on the interior design of your property to get guest to book at your Airbnb. The more energy you put into thinking, planning and executing this design – the more plenty your Airbnb income will be.
You need to consider your location. If you’re furnishing an apartment in New York city it’s probably best to avoid rural, rustic, farmhouse theme when it comes to interior design – that theme could work well for a barn that has been converted into an Airbnb in the country. Your theme should make sense with your surroundings.
I set out to accumulate all the design (easy-to-implement) tips I could find to make it easy for you to add your own personality to a space.
Follow this link to get simple design tips for D*I*Y persons. Airbnb Design Tips
Check out the video below to get inspiration and ideas for your Airbnb.
If you need help or assistance with styling your Airbnb – comment me @ firstname.lastname@example.org. We can talk about what the next step will be for you.
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The best compliment a homeowner can hear is how warm a visitor feels upon entering their home! Are you missing that? Does your curb appeal or entry say ‘go away’ instead of ‘come in, sit down and relax’? Does the energy of a particular room make you want to run instead of sit down and relax? That is where I come in!
Have you just moved into a new home and are not sure where to put your furnishings or where to hang artwork? Are you trying to decide on window treatments?
Whether I can assist you in with a redesign of one room or the entire house, I will work with you on your budget to get fantastic results. Let’s sit down and discuss how you want those rooms to “feel” along with finding Purpose for each room. You will be amazed at what we will accomplished on a budget that you set!
Would you like your home or office redesigned? If you’d like to schedule a 30+ minute free consultation with me to learn how placement over purchase can change the way you feel about your space. Call me (860)961.6824 or Email me: email@example.com
Peace & Harmony ~ Cheryl
Overshadowed by World War II, home design in the early 1940s was quite creative. As the European designers and artists fled to the United States, bringing many new ideas, development of new designs remained at a stalemate until shortly after the war ended. This was primarily due to material shortages. As production picked back up, people were ready to start new lives, which included Redesigns of the homes, especially rooms that would accompany guests.
Floral patterns were popular for bedrooms, living areas and wallpapered bathrooms. For the kitchen and dining room we had cherry or apple motifs, gingham, or checks, with roosters and chickens. I am still loving the roosters!
While primarily mix with the 1950s, it was the 1940s that introduced chrome dinette sets with Formica tabletops, as well as glass drawer pulls, and chrome and vinyl stools, into the home. Bentwood furniture – made by soaking or steaming wood and bending it into curved shapes and patterns – were coming into fashion.
Linoleum – especially in bold geometric patterns – was top choice for the kitchen. The material was strong and lasted many years, despite the fact it required lots of regular maintenance to keep it clean and shiny.
The 1940s brought to market the wooden radios and phonograph consoles, as well as fabric covered televisions to add luxury to a room. Families would often sit together to hear or see shows with their fashionable TV Trays (my grandmother bragged that hers had wheels), and guests would be included for momentous events.
The decade was riding on the edge of two primary color palettes. Art Deco – included the ’20s through the early ’40s and reflected a shift to lighter and brighter, more neutral shades with metallic undertones. Pastels were a huge favorite for home interior decorators.
While the mid- to late-1940s introduced many new design concepts and materials, most households still kept it simple when it came to the overall look of a room. Primary focus was put on the family – open space was key. Even in modest homes, updates were often made to “enliven” the look in the home turning the focus from wartime; sad and dark rooms to peacetime; happy and colorful interiors. Clutter-free was key, even in family rooms, bathrooms, and bedrooms as everything had its place. Living a free and simply life with clarity and purpose . . . That’s the Life of The Successful!
Peace & Harmony ~ Cheryl
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Reach out to me, I can help to showcase your home for the market.
Peace & Harmony ~ Cheryl