Once we establish that choice, we move toward creating interest and balance by mixing soft with hard, dark with light or warm with cool, or in some cases mixing straight with round. Another great combination is using rustic textures with a little bling to create a casual elegance look. This takes some thought and creativity to blend these elements masterfully to create a polished style.
How do we create rhythm and flow in a room? The best way to do this is to repeat the same textures, colors, and finishes a few times so that the room looks unified. A random finish or color used by itself, leaves the room looking imbalanced and accidental. For example, repeat the same color in wall art, accent pillows and a piece of pottery or another accessory.
Don’t Toss Everything
Know what to keep when redesigning a room. Not everything has to be replaced even if you don’t like it. In a new context, tired details can look fresh and new. However, don’t cut corners on an important design feature of the room. If it’s something that unifies with the rest of the home it may be worth keeping. Aged wood flooring for example, can complement many different styles and save on the price of the project.
Each project is different and deserves special design attention and planning. The completed project is always worth the time and effort that is given during the process.
For many of us, interior design and redesign projects were halted when shelter-in-place orders went into effect as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s only natural if you’re among those who want to make improvements to your home to be frustrated by this halt. People want to refresh their homes now more than ever and are aiming to make the most of their homes since we are spending more time at home. There has been an increase in people desiring to make home decor purchases over the past months. And many are asking for professional design assistance with home offices or asking for workstations to be incorporated into other rooms. In addition, there is a general trend of people trying to make their homes feel more comfortable and functional and don’t want to put projects on hold any longer.
It’s hard to find a silver lining, but if there’s one good thing that’s come from being quarantined, it’s the fact that we are being forced to slow down, reflect and get reacquainted with our homes. In doing this though, we are becoming more aware of the things that need updated or redecorated in our homes! In the past, we would typically spend most of our waking time at school or at work, but since classes and work meetings shifted to a virtual plain, we’re in our homes more now than ever! As a return to normal life seems uncertain, with the help of an interior designer there is still a way to complete your home decor projects and in a timely way. Interior Design Virtual Consultations are now being offered by some interior design companies and it’s a simple and easy way to get started.
The Perfect Way
The perfect way to decorate your home during a Pandemic is to work with an interior designer who offers complete interior design virtual consultations. There is no personal contact involved so they’re safe but comprehensive. They provide you with the tools, knowledge and products you need to proceed with your home decor projects during this new era of social distancing.
How it Works
Interior Design Virtual Consultations are similar to in-home consultations, only everything is done virtually via email, video, text and virtual chats, and in a less time restrictive way. This is especially helpful during the COVID Pandemic where you can accomplish your decorating goals without leaving home and wherever you live in the country! It is also helpful if you have a busy home/work schedule and prefer to work on your design project at the times that best suit you.
Here’s what is typically included in a interior design virtual consultation. Suggestions and ideas on how to improve your rooms with furniture placement, color choices, lighting, accessorizing, window treatments, procurement of products that are needed and editing your existing accessories and furnishings. For more involved projects, 3-D renderings of your space is provided. This is a great way to learn how to update the appearance and functionality of your home. If you’re hoping to get your home decor project under way or if you’re in the middle of one and don’t want to put it on hold any longer, try an Interior Design Virtual Consultation. It’s the perfect way to decorate your home during a pandemic!
Many people hear “modern” and think cold, stark, and rigid. In truth, this design style is brimming with possibilities. There are many opportunities to use different colors, shapes, materials, and fabrics. If you’re planning on updating a room in your home, it’s important to consider how, when, and why you use the space, too. Check out the following modern living room decor ideas to get you started.
Modern Design Style Room Colors
1. Use a Monochromatic color scheme. One of the simplest ways to give your room a modern feel is to use a single color. Crisp ivory or exquisite ebony is a great place to start a room color palette. If you like more color try shades of cool blue or fiery orange. From there, find modern furniture in tints and tones of the same color. Mix up patterns and textures while maintaining the motif for a well designed look.
2. Bold is Better Although black and white decor are a modern design room staple, this style can also feature a vivid and varied palette. Keep the drama contained to some pillows, or proudly display a bright red sofa. To mimic the striking contrast as black and white, try other high-impact pairings like orange and blue.
3. Mixing Materials While classic rooms typically stick to one type of wood or metal, modern style room design offers more freedom. Warm things up and create some visual interest by combining contrasting finishes, such as a cool ash floor and a deep walnut entertainment center. Mix shiny, burnished brass with blackened, matte steel accents or bring together silver and gold for a hint of glam.
Modern Design Style Furniture
4. Comfy but Classy Structural backs and straight arms are defining features of modern furniture, but there is still plenty of room for comfort, too. A linen upholstered sofa with clean lines and soft cushions offers the best of both worlds. Stylish armchairs covered in supple leather are another easy way to incorporate cozy sophistication.
5. Make a Statement Create a focal point by adding a bold, unexpected element to your modern living room. Complement contemporary furniture by mounting a large sculpture or wall art over the sofa. Asymmetrical placement of a bold, geometric coffee table orbookshelf can also produce an eye-catching look that’s undeniably modern.
6. Mix and Match Think outside the box by combining natural and unique items.. An eclectic, textured mixture of stone, cotton, glass, and steel keeps your eye moving around the room. Highlight the convergence of different materials by positioning mirror-finished end tables alongside a maple television console.
Modern Design Style Accessories
7. Keep it Simple During this time of having low-key gathering of friends, people always seem to congregate in the kitchen or living room. A big sectional sofa provides plenty of space to sit and chat. Position a few end tables within arm’s reach for guests to place their drinks. Glass tops and metal frames maintain a streamlined, modern look to the room and they’re easy to clean!
8. For the Kids If you have children, you know they factor into every decision, especially home decor. Take the stress out of the inevitable spills and messes with easy-to-clean leather upholstery. Spread out a patterned or plush performance area rug so the kids have a safe place to play. To keep things tidy, use a hidden storage ottoman as a place to stash toys at the end of the day.
9. No Place Like Home If you would rather stay in than go out on the town, a comfy modern living room is perfect. Bring the movie theater home while maintaining the sleek style of your space with a floating TV console. Mount the television over a fireplace for a laid back focal point, and toss some colorful throw pillows onto the contemporary reclining sofa to lounge in luxury.
Pulling it All Together
The list of Modern Style room design ideas is endless since it’s all about finding what works for you. Begin by applying the basic principles of modern design: clean, not fussy, and open. Then, let the creativity flow. Pick from the vast pool of colors and styles to develop your modern living room.
From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between!
Color has been around forever it seems, but it was the early Egyptians who studied the power of colors and applied it to every aspect of life and their lives. Color art that we practice today, whether it’s adding a pop of color in the paint we choose for our walls, the fabric we choose for fabric for our draperies, or the wall art we add to our living room wall, has its origins dated nearly 2,000 years ago.
There are three components of color. The actual hue or color such as red, blue, or green. Then there is saturation which is how rich and pure a color is and finally, brightness which is how close it is to white. Highly saturated colors are energizing while brightness is calming.
So just how does adding a pop of color affect our lives? The components of color affect our lives by making us feel happy, calm and energized. Add a pop of color with a large, medium and small dose of color in every room. Here are some to tips on how to use your favorite colors when decorating your home.
Warm Up with Yellow
If your house is drafty or the area you live in is chilly or your room is oversized, use yellow touches to warm things up. Using a sunny shade can make you feel warmer which is why using yellow for entryways or mudrooms is a great way to make you feel comfortable as soon as you walk in!
Create with Green
If you look at nature, you’ll find that the main hue is green, the color of creativity. Green has been known to bump up people’s performance on a creative task. From soft sage to Kelly green, all shades have been linked to creativity and creative thinking. So, before you start that project, take a walk in nature or paint your craft room a shade of green. And be sure to place your office desk near a window for a brain boost!
Energize with Red
Red is a very emotionally intense color. It is associated with energy, strength, power and passion. Use red in your home where there is activity such as the family room or in your workout room. You can even paint an accent wall and pair it with neutrals in the bedroom. Green is a compliment to red so you can use green to balance out red in a room.
Cool off with Blue
Genius ideas sometime come to you “out of the blue”. The reason is blue has been linked to a sense of openness and problem solving. So, when you’re looking for an answer to a difficult problem or dilemma, look up in the sky on a clear day. The answer may just pop into your mind! Blue is also associated with tranquility because we relate it to the ocean and the sky. In addition, it can influence your body by making you feel cool when you walk into a blue room. Think about adding blue to your home where you want a relaxing and open feel.
Get excited with Orange
Orange is associated with meanings of joy, warmth, heat, sunshine, enthusiasm, and success. It also promotes emotional energy. This color works well in kitchens and dining room where the energy is usually social and active. Try painting a feature wall in your kitchen or dining rooms to entice the appetite! Orange is also associated with heat as in the summer sun or autumn harvest. If you have an extra-large area that you want to “warm up”, try a rich saturated shade of orange.
A pop of color is wonderful but remember it’s OK to love your white walls! You can always add a splash of color in your accessories. There is no right or wrong color. It’s what you love that makes for a happy, beautiful and comfortable home.
From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between
A new decade demands a new vibe, a reflection of how we live and feel as a society moving into 2020. A new year also brings a new color palette for interior design around the world. Whether it’s time for a total transformation or you’re just in need of a few new splashes of color, these are the new hues you’ll be seeing everywhere in 2020.
Overall, things seem to be lightening up. Design experts are using color as a way to express optimism for the future. The hues of 2020 are the soft and muted, light and airy with a nod to nature as well as a look ahead to a bright future filled with technological advancements. Pink is one of the hottest hues of the new decade. Soft, muted blushes will steal the show in home design. Benjamin Moore named First Light, a pastel pink, its color of the year. Here, pink is re-imagined as a new neutral, being featured in living and dining rooms. Stylists are pairing pink with natural beige and white and bursts of gold to keep the hue modern and sophisticated. To add a more masculine touch, use navy and deep green to balance the look.
Move Over Gray!
Benjamin Moore isn’t the only one betting on a pink in a new decade. Other paint experts are handpicking a dozen soft and earthy hues for 2020. Gray is taking second place for 2020.
Mix it up!
Sherwin Williams is seeing the future a bit more bold as mentioned in a previous blog, with their Naval, a rich blue, as its color of the year. The fabulous blue sets a fabulous backdrop for earthy greens and brown as well as bright white for contrast. Pairing it with the new pastel pink adds a surprise element to the mix.
Another color that global experts expect to see is Neo-mint, a futuristic color that blends nature and technology in a unique way for 2020. This hue for 2020 will brighten up any room especially the bedroom.
Whether you are looking to refresh a room or two with a new color scheme for your home or starting over, these new hues or 2020 will be an easy start for something new!
From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between
The start of a new decade is a perfect time to try fresh decorating trends. Whether you’re thinking about a minor refresh or a total renovation, you’ll want to take a peek at these trends to see if any of them will play a part in your home decorating for this year. You can make a very simple change by adding a new piece of art to your gallery wall. But if you want to make a more impactful change then try one of these hot home decorating ideas. After researching many of the trends that we will be seeing this year, I’m sure there will be at least one idea you’ll want to try.
Color of the Year!
One of the most noticeable decorating trends for 2020 will be color! Sherwin Williams and Pantone, two of the nation’s leading paint companies have both introduced the color of the year to be different versions of navy blue. Yes, it’s back but in a different way. Sherwin William’s version called Naval is a “rich navy that creates a calm and grounding environment infused with quiet confidence”. On the other hand Pantone’s version called Classic Blue will be “instilling calm, confidence, and connection, this enduring blue hue highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era.” Navy provides the perfect amount of contrast in both traditional and modern interiors. In addition, it is considered a dark neutral, so it pairs well with a variety of other colors.
If you cringe at the thought of floral wallpaper, then this may be the year that changes your mind. Floral wallpaper has been a classic for years, but now you will see the pretty pattern with a twist. Large scale patterns in bold color and even some with metallic versions will be quite noticeable this year. You’ll find these pretty colors and patterns in foyers and in bathrooms primarily. But don’t skip over a beautiful dining room if it calls for a statement look with this decorating trend!
Free Standing Tubs
Another trend that is emerging is the enlarged shower stalls, free-standing tubs, and painted bathroom cabinets. These are a just few of the new bathroom trends you’ll see in home decor and remodeling for 2020. Whether you love trends or will typically go to great lengths to avoid them, these changes will add value to your home and give it a very updated look. So, get started!
Rattan and Wicker
Another decorating trend for 2020 is the come back of rattan and wicker. Rattan and wicker are popping up everywhere! I love to see this trend re-emerging. From furniture to baskets, to round ottomans and lighting, this look warms up a space with texture in a fresh and exciting way. It’s a great balance between modern and traditional style. This is another way to start fresh for 2020.
Don’t expect to see vintage everywhere, but you will see accents showing up in spindles, spooled legs, and other details from the early 1800’s and 1900’s. History has a way of repeating itself, but always in fresh new ways! Use it sparingly instead of incorporating it into the entire style your home.
This year will bring fresh decorating ideas and unusual elements to the interior design world. I’m very excited to start the new year with these trends in mind. Keep your eye out for these big changes!
When the days start getting shorter and the nights cooler more than just your wardrobe needs to start transitioning from the “Dog Days of Summer” to the cool days of Fall. Here are a few quick and easy ways to transition your home from summer’s cool decor to the warm earthy fall decor.
Want to start small with introducing fall decor into your home? Then try adding a vignette in your foyer. Use a mix of beautiful ceramics and vintage pieces with accents of natural elements, including pine cones and rustic items like twigs from outdoors. In addition, vary heights and colors to allow the eye to flow easily across the vignette.
Fall Table Décor
You don’t have to go over the top to bring a fall-inspired look to your interior space. It can be as simple as decorating your dining table with small pumpkins and a pedestal dish. Place a tall floral centerpiece with autumn colors in the center to add height to the space.
Although fall decor is normally associated with a rustic design scheme, it can still bring elegance to your home. Instead of the expected orange pumpkins, try displaying white pumpkins at varying heights for a more sophisticated look. Stagger pumpkins on a stack of old books and vintage candlesticks to add visual interest to a mantel or table.
With cooler temperatures in the air, now is the perfect time to add a fur throw to your favorite chair or sofa. Layer some pillows in this fall’s popular colors to stay trendy. Fall decor doesn’t have to be pricey or extravagant. A touch here and there can set the tone of the season.
Add Seasonal Color
Do you want to add a punch of fall color to your home? Hang a colorful tapestry on the wall or invest in a colorful chair or couch for starters. You’ll be amazed how it changes the feel and energy of a room. And don’t forget to add a colorful rug to tie it all together! Remember to add a few accessories in the same colors to unify the space. This will help achieve a smooth transition from summer to fall decor.
Now that your home is all ready for fall you can enjoy spending some time outdoors during this wonderful time of the year.
Almost everyone loves the look and feel of a cozy farmhouse style. Back in the day the early settlers utilized elements from their surroundings which satisfied their need for sturdy, practical furnishings. Farmhouse style has stood the test of time and evolved into a more modern but still very functional look.
Here are some defining differences between Classic Farmhouse and Modern Farmhouse style.
Characteristics of Classic Farmhouse Style
Natural wood accents: The very first element is wood! It was abundant and therefore, became the natural building material. Many farm homes had paneled wood walls, wide-plank floors and exposed wood beams. The current classic farmhouse style often uses barn board or ship lap for paneling and wood for countertops.
Kitchen Apron sinks: The kitchen was the gathering place and still is today. Most kitchens had an apron sink. In a classic farmhouse, this sink is usually porcelain.
Furniture and accessories: Vintage furnishings are an easy way to decorate in classic farmhouse style. It’s best if they’re not in perfect condition and they could even have weathered finishes. Vintage style lighting looks ideal in a classic farmhouse especially the ones with a little bling!
Fabrics Selections: Floral and paisley, ticking and plaid echo Classic Farmhouse for sure. Use them on window treatments, pillows or slipcovers.
Characteristics of Modern Farmhouse Style
Modern Touches: Take the comfortable, relaxed farmhouse style and add a cleaner look.
Accents and Accessories: To achieve this look add smooth lines, glossy accents and neutral color schemes.
Use Contemporary Design: Modern farmhouse is more sophisticated and uses contemporary design elements like stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and sleek lighting and cleaner lines in furniture.
Practicality: When designing a Modern Farmhouse design, keep in mind, furnishing and accessories should be comfortable and practical. In addition, you want them to welcome you into the room, and things shouldn’t be too fussy. The room should look like it evolved over time.
Stay with a neutral palette: Choose a neutral palette to make the room appear fresh and open. Cool or warm neutrals such as cream, beige, silver and grey all work well and balance natural elements. Equally important, is to keep patterns simple and contemporary and be sure to bring depth to the space with a variety of textures. Rugs, baskets and natural objects work well here.
Industrial touches: With modern farmhouse style you can also add touches of the industrial style for an updated current look. For example, use a stainless-steel apron sink and appliances. The same goes for lighting, add a chandelier and pendants that have a sleek and more modern look.
prefer the Classic or Modern version of the farmhouse style, they both offer a
cozy, comfortable and welcoming feel to a home! If you need help pulling it all
together to achieve your Farmhouse look, give me a call!
to Contemporary and Everything in Between
Need a change? Try these Top Summer Decorating Trends
Summer has officially arrived, and this is a good time to start thinking about bringing the top summer decorating trends into your home for easy room updates.
Begin this season with some of CH Interior Designs’ top summer home decorating trends that are sure to brighten your summer days and nights as we move towards the warmer months ahead.
Here’s a look at some of the things
you may want to consider when taking in the top summer decorating trends of
this year. Whether its adding splashes of color on your walls or switching out
your window treatments to painting your front door, you’re bound to find
something that will brighten your home for summer!
Energize with Color
Open the drapes and blinds to allow
all the natural light in. Then add a vibrant splash of color to bring summer
indoors. This season, summer home decor is all about bright, saturated colors
and you can achieve a summery decor look without having to spend serious
amounts of time and money.
It could be a new set of bold,
patterned throw pillows to liven up your chairs and sofas, a colorful one of a
kind lamp to make a change from the usual neutrals, or a refreshing piece of artwork
that focuses on your favorite summer color combinations. If too much color
isn’t your thing, try blending some soft neutrals with some unusual textures
and just a hint of your favorite color to make your space interesting.
Who loves Animal Prints?
Even if you’re not an animal lover,
striking animal prints are a great way to bring the feel and energy of the
outdoors into your summer home decorating updates. Nothing reminds you of the
sun more than a vibrant animal print, like leopard or zebra. Think accent chair
or an accessory with a playful take on animal prints.
You could even go for some animal
themed wall art to set off your space perfectly with a touch of the exotic for
a refreshed take on everyday glamor. Keep the look minimal with your animal
prints, so the look stays clean and pared back. A little goes a long way!
White Wood is a Great Summer Decorating Trend
A great way to brighten a room and embrace summer home decorating trends is to switch out your dark wood furniture for fresh white options. Go for white painted wood if your in the market for new furniture or cabinets so your home feels lighter and brighter. But if you want to make use of your current furniture, then it’s time to get out the paintbrushes and start some easy ‘Do It Yourself’ updates.
If you don’t want to go through all
the work, opt for some white throws to drape over dark wood sofas and chairs,
to give your room a brightness boost. This way, any room in your home will also
A summery pattern is a great way to get on board with summer home decorating. Choose bright colors and bold patterns and prints, allowing you to bring a splash of summer in throughout your home. From pretty florals to fresh yellow-green geometrics to bold and eclectic prints and patterns, the options are endless. Step out your comfort zone here and have some fun with it!
Consider some fresh throw pillows or switch up your upholstery. Or you can even amp up your summer outdoor home decor with some new lounge chairs. Opt for a more season-less approach when it comes to outdoor décor. Go for a more minimal look on summer prints and patterns by sourcing muted pastels and soothing watercolor-inspired prints.
Yellow, what a happy color! It is
the undisputed dominant color of summer, so use hints of it everywhere
throughout your home. Don’t be shy, go for yellow soft furnishings, yellow
accessories, and yellow wherever else you can squeeze it in. From soft, light
yellows, to bold citric and strong mustard tones, there is so much scope for
yellow in summer home decorating trends.
Perfect for an accent wall and
entire rooms alike, yellow is the epitome of summer. But since the season
unfortunately passes so quickly, I suggest going for minimal splashes of
yellow, like in pillows and ceramics as well as fresh flowers. These touches
ensure that it’ll never go out of style or look out of place, no matter the
Oh, That Front Door!
Does your front door need a face lift? So many of them take a beating from the weather. A fun summer home decorating trend that I’m seeing more of, is vividly painted doors. Doors are often overlooked when it comes to interior design. While this idea offers something not often thought of, it will liven up the entire entry of your home as it’s such a unique option!
Choose an inviting lively yellow, or
blue or even something like an orange or a pink. You don’t have to go for a
color which is too bright here, as it’s not something you see every day. Even
pastel shades will work wonders for updated summer home decor. If your front door is in good shape try repainting it to really
make a defining statement.
Brighter Window Treatments
Summeris the time to shed
those heavy, insulating curtains and replace them with something light and airy
to let the sunshine in. You want to be able to let the light in but still be
able to block out the sun when it’s hot that comes with summer days. I love a soft
flowing sheer white curtain when it comes to a savvy summer home decorating
idea for the windows.
This look gives you the lightness and brightness, you’re craving while
blocking out the worst of the midday sun. And the best thing about sheer white window
treatment panels is that they make for an affordable update that will never
go out of style.
This is the Easiest Way to Brighten Things Up for Summer
Just remember when it comes to
updating your summer home decor, a lighter color scheme will always feel
refreshing and soothing while revitalizing the energy. One of the least
expensive and most effective ways to completely transform any room is through a
fresh coat of paint.
Whether you go for soothing neutrals, or an accent wall featuring a completely unexpected, mood-enhancing color, you can almost never go wrong with a fresh coat of paint. And I say almost because while it’s great to bring in a unique hue, you’ll almost certainly tire of it and you’ll find that it limits your other summer home decor choices. So, opt for something with a timeless appeal that won’t affect a potential resell of your home.
If you need help pulling it all together give me a call!
From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between!
Temperatures are rising and summer is showing its refreshing face, and that means longer days, more sunshine, and extra outdoor living with family and friends. Here are some ways to make the most of the better weather and how to incorporate outdoor decorating and entertaining ideas to your space based on your summer style!
For a relaxed and laid-back outdoor feel, opt for some comfortable outdoor
seating and add strawberry mint margaritas to the mix!
Summer is here and you’re probably already planning those outdoor gatherings with your friends and family while soaking in the sun. If you’re going to be spending a lot of time outdoors, you’ll need comfortable seating. Try an outdoor sofa – or two – which makes conversation with guests much easier and fun. In addition, try a couple of outdoor accent chairs and a pop of color with some accent pillows, and yours is sure to be the favorite outdoor haven this summer.
Here’s a recipe for a refreshing drink to serve while your grill master is cooking up the food!
Strawberry Mint Margarita
and tangy this recipe serves 4
1 cup of strawberries
1 cup of tequila
Handful of fresh mint leaves
½ cup of lime juice
Agave syrup (optional, to taste)
2. For a family style outdoor entertaining area, try a large farmhouse style table, perfect for serving all of your favorite summertime recipes.
If you are planning on entertaining the whole family plus more, you’ll need a table big enough to accommodate the entire crew. A farmhouse table is the perfect choice. Mix it up a little with different chairs and bench seating to help accommodate lots of little ones while giving adults their own spot at the table. And remember to pick a bouquet of fresh flowers from the garden to use for a beautiful centerpiece. Most importantly, use a family-sized grill to help you cook a large amount of food at once so everyone can eat at the same time.
3. If your outdoor style is quaint and colorful, then bright outdoor rugs and watermelon might be a good fit for you.
If you want to add welcoming color, add a colorful outdoor rug to a deck space or covered patio. It will add energy and whimsy to any outdoor space. Not only are these rugs fun and beautiful, but they are easy to clean and light weight for storage purposes. Without a doubt, these rugs will make your outdoor spaces feel cozy and inviting!
Watermelon is a popular summer food – it’s sweet, juicy, and usually big enough to share with large groups of people. But more than just a good cool off, watermelon is 92 percent water and contains antioxidants and vitamins such as vitamin A and vitamin C. Try making your watermelon extra special, use cookie cutters to create fun shapes. Or for another fun surprise try grilling it as a side dish!
Grilled Watermelon Recipe:
This is a delicious alternative to
the traditional way of serving watermelon
6 slices of (seedless!) watermelon, cut to about 1.25 inches thick
5 tablespoons of olive oil
It’s your turn, are you ready for outdoor decorating and entertaining? Which style do you love? If you need some help pulling it all together, please reach out to me!
From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between!