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a new year, a fresh start

we have the urge to purge! 2016 is here, and it is time to take charge! I love starting the year fresh with an organized space and a clean slate. Let’s be honest, our office is like our second home and since we’re busy at

on trend – bringing the outdoors in

Design is in the details, and we love incorporating succulents when accessorizing any space. Succulents are fun plants that come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors and textures. I especially like bringing greenery inside at this time of year to add life and warmth

creating a focal point

Focal Point: A Point of Interest,  Center of Activity, A Feature that Attracts Attention When designing clubhouses we are always tasked with creating a strong focal point. Some are traditional in nature, while others lean toward the modern statement. Usually you will find a fireplace or TV

on the edge of design in miami

Jenna Caradonna and I were selected to attend Interior Design Magazine’s bi-annual event, re:Source, a face-to-face targeted buyer event held at The Miami Beach EDITION hotel designed by Yabu Pushelberg. This event included one-on-one meetings with vendors of various product types ranging from surfaces to architectural