Orange isn’t just for Thanksgiving

apricot, amber, brass, burnt orange, citrus, copper, peach, pumpkin, salmon, tangerine, terracotta, vermilion Often overlooked, orange, a happy cheerful color can be considered bright and bold and too brilliant to use in our homes. However peach, vermillion and apricot are a tint of orange that are quite common. A warm and inviting color, it is both physically and mentally stimulating, so it gets people thinking and talking. The color psychology of…
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Great imports to help you accessorize your home

Accessories are what pull a room together. Matchy matchy isn't so creative so consider pulling elements that share a color or material to create something more unique.  These are great accessories that would work in almost any home and are a great starting point for accessorizing any room. Wall Hanging Horse RED interior can help you accessorize, contact us if you need help.…
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Blow up Architecture – great new way to throw a party.

A modern spin for those of you looking for something other than those tents everyone uses for weddings and parties.  Check out these great blow up structures by Inflate in the UK:            
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Photo Diary of a San Diego Designer in Europe: Cupolas

What can you do to your home to add another level of architectural interest? When used, cupolas have a dramatic effect both on the exterior architecture and the interior space they occupy. We are used to seeing cupolas in traditional architecture but if you look a little further you will see they are being incorporated into tract home construction.  You can incorporate this architectural feature into your home whether revised into…
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What inspires you? – Hearst Castle

Image via Wikipedia In this video Rebecca Soechtig, of REDinterior.com, shares inspirational interior and exterior design images from Hearst Castle. Hearst Castle is located outside of San Simeon, CA and was built for William Randolph Hearst in 1919 by architect Julia Morgan.  Morgan was approached by Hearst who stated that "we are tired of camping out in the open at the ranch in San Simeon and I…
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Photo Diary of a San Diego Designer in Europe: Cornices

While interior designers are often thought of for furnishings, we also select finishes for both the interiors and exteriors of our client's residences. While in Europe, I took hundreds of photos of exterior finishes to show my clients accurate representations of Italian and French finishes. I use these photos as inspiration to help my clients specify for their homes.  Any of these gorgeous cornices, and other finishes in my Photo Diary…
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Orange isn’t just for Thanksgiving

apricot, amber, brass, burnt orange, citrus, copper, peach, pumpkin, salmon, tangerine, terracotta, vermilion Often overlooked, orange, a happy cheerful color can be considered bright and bold and too brilliant to use in our homes. However peach, vermillion and apricot are a tint of orange that are quite common. A warm and inviting color, it is both physically and mentally stimulating, so it gets people thinking and talking. The color psychology of orange is optimistic and uplifting, rejuvenating our spirit. Orange brings spontaneity and it helps to keep us motivated and looking on the bright side of life. Being around orange raises our enthusiasm, helping to rejuvenate us by restoring balance to our physical energy. While not as excitable as red…
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Great imports to help you accessorize your home

Accessories are what pull a room together. Matchy matchy isn't so creative so consider pulling elements that share a color or material to create something more unique.  These are great accessories that would work in almost any home and are a great starting point for accessorizing any room. Wall Hanging Horse RED interior can help you accessorize, contact us if you need help. Join us on Facebook Related articles How-To: Coordinate Beyond Color (casasugar.com) Midday Muse: Matchy Matchy (casasugar.com)
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Blow up Architecture – great new way to throw a party.

A modern spin for those of you looking for something other than those tents everyone uses for weddings and parties.  Check out these great blow up structures by Inflate in the UK:            
Read more

Photo Diary of a San Diego Designer in Europe: Cupolas

What can you do to your home to add another level of architectural interest? When used, cupolas have a dramatic effect both on the exterior architecture and the interior space they occupy. We are used to seeing cupolas in traditional architecture but if you look a little further you will see they are being incorporated into tract home construction.  You can incorporate this architectural feature into your home whether revised into a contemporary version or an ultra traditional cupola. In the interior, a cupola helps create a centralized focal point due to the high ceilings.  To add to the drama created by the ceilings, create a flooring pattern that radiates from the center point on the floor below the cupola.…
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What inspires you? – Hearst Castle

Image via Wikipedia In this video Rebecca Soechtig, of REDinterior.com, shares inspirational interior and exterior design images from Hearst Castle. Hearst Castle is located outside of San Simeon, CA and was built for William Randolph Hearst in 1919 by architect Julia Morgan.  Morgan was approached by Hearst who stated that "we are tired of camping out in the open at the ranch in San Simeon and I would like to build a little something".  This little something is a wonderful example of Mediterranean Revival. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39xT-_pJbK8&w=640&h=510] Related Articles Hearst Castle (fansinaflashbulb.wordpress.com)
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Photo Diary of a San Diego Designer in Europe: Cornices

While interior designers are often thought of for furnishings, we also select finishes for both the interiors and exteriors of our client's residences. While in Europe, I took hundreds of photos of exterior finishes to show my clients accurate representations of Italian and French finishes. I use these photos as inspiration to help my clients specify for their homes.  Any of these gorgeous cornices, and other finishes in my Photo Diary series, are great examples of finishes that can be specified for new or remodeled homes. cor·nice Pronunciation: ˈkȯr-nəs, -nish Function: noun Definition: The cornice is the uppermost section of moldings along the top of a wall or just below a roof.   More Photo Diary Series:
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