As you have probably noticed, there are Instagram feeds that are more curated than others. However, there are some that take it to another level. I am a bit biased since I teach color design, but there are some notable, well thought-out Instagram feeds with beautiful color stories that I could scroll through all day.
This Cherry Hill couple bought their first home together with the intention of eventually gutting the kitchen. See the huge transformation of a Cherry Hill kitchen into a functional, bright and modern space.
One thing I noticed as my friends started buying houses is that the designers vs. non-designers bought based on very different priorities. In general, my designer friends seem a lot happier. Find out why...
I am not sure about you, but I am one of those designers that gasps when beautiful architecture is destroyed in an action movie. I pay just as much attention to the architecture as I do to the main characters.
Most people know what their favorite color is and designers usually know what color or colors would be most appropriate for a specific project. But have you ever thought about how color is actually seen? Here are 3 things you probably didn't know about seeing color.
Almost exactly a year ago our fourth installment of Marked Potential was posted to Hidden City Daily! The Philadelphia Police Department offices at this location are slated to move to a different building so I figured I might explore an alternative use for the building now.
So I got a lovely gem in the mail on Monday - a printedNCIDQ certificate! I passed the last of these horrible exams over a year ago and was slightly underwhelmed when I realized we only got a digital download to prove that I survived studying for months and months and forgetting that other things existed in life besides studying and work.