We don’t know about you, but we are ready to leave the cold behind and spring into warmer weather. While winter was filled snuggling up by the fireplace, it is time to trade in those nights by the fire for nights outside on your deck or patio enjoying the outdoors.
It’s hard to believe that we are almost three months into the new year. We have been busy making our clients dream spaces come to life and to do that we have been incorporating this year’s color trends into our designs. We have to say we are loving the variety of colors that are featured this year.
A charming Airbnb, favorite restaurant, cozy coffee house, or a piece of artwork can all serve as design inspiration for your decor. How wonderful would it be to bring the colors, patterns, shapes, fabrics, or textures of those beloved places or things into your own home?
Signature Design Interiors enjoyed transforming this family’s traditional basement into a modern family space for watching sports and movies that could also double as the perfect setting for entertaining friends and guests. Multiple comfortable seating areas were needed and a complete update to all the finishes, from top to bottom, was required.
With a listing price of just under $4 million, this gorgeous row home located near the Convention Center in Washington DC required a very specific look to attract the proper buyer.
We've been busy decking our halls to get ready for this year's second annual virtual holiday open house. For 2017 we've upgraded to a VIDEO and hope you will enjoy it.
It seems fitting that experts make their selections for the annual color of the year in fall. Simply step outside your door and beautiful ambers, cinnamons, mangos, and mossy greens surround you; you can’t help but be inspired. Fashion and decorating enthusiasts anxiously await the announcement of the color of the year and this year, the selections don’t disappoint. The winners for 2018 are all over the rainbow! Often there are some similarities between at least two of the top picks, but not this time.
There was a time when a family’s home had distinct living spaces for each single activity they might engage in: dining, watching TV, working, or playing. I’m sure that you have noticed, as we have, that things have changed. New home floor plans, as well as remodeled homes, have evolved in recent decades to include open living spaces, which creates the need to think more strategically about decorating.
Have you been thinking about putting your home on the market? Summer is a great time to get your home ready for sale. With the children out of school, schedules become a little less hectic and the warmer weather allows us to venture outdoors for meals and other activities. There’s always some preparation that goes into getting ready to list your home, but to get the very best price and to sell it quickly, there are two things you must do.
Of all the rooms in your house, you probably spend the most time in your bedroom. That’s why it’s nice to have a bedroom that reflects your personality and provides a welcoming and tranquil space. But for so many of us, bedrooms are the last place we decorate, simply because no one else is going to see it. How do your bedrooms look? Perhaps your furnishings need to be replaced, the window treatments are outdated, or the walls are bare. Does this sound familiar?