Embracing Your Uniqueness in Decorating

Embrace your own uniqueness when decorating your home! Reflect your charm and character when choosing the things that describe who you are and what you love. Do you embrace your own uniqueness? Read our newest blog now & see!

Interior Design

Many people shy away from hiring an interior designer, concerned that the process will be too costly or the results not quite in tune with their personal style. But whether your home needs new window treatments or a whole new look, a designer can help. Employing an interior design professional can actually save a client’s money, since she or he will steer you away from making expensive mistakes.

A good designer will listen to what your concerns and goals are and work with you to help you achieve the look you want in your home. Finally, a professional will have access to resources and contacts that you wouldn’t otherwise be able to use.

For fresh decorating ideas and to speak with a professional interior designer, call interior designer, Brenda Weber at Cobblestone Home Interiors, and we can guide you through the process! 513-897-0021.

From Classic to Contemporary and everything in between,

Brenda Weber

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Bigger is Better!

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When it comes to loving your home, bigger and bolder accessories make a much stronger impact in your room than smaller accessories that may be some of your favorites, read our latest blog now for tips and tricks!

Achieving a Delightful Balance

Window Treatments

If you want to bring a punch of color and pattern into a room, try using a colorful patterned fabric in your window treatments. Then use the colors from that fabric when coordinating the other elements of the room. The combination of pattern, texture and solids create a delightful balance!

If you aren’t sure how to begin, call interior designer, Brenda Weber at CH Interior Designs, and we can guide you through the process! 937-545-9171

From Classic to Contemporary and everything in between,

Brenda Weber