The SG23 Blog
Although it often seems like it, websites do not materialize out of thin air. Having a new website built for your company is an exciting step in business development, but there is a lot of coordination that goes on behind the scenes that many people aren't aware of. These are a few things that you can do to make the process run more smoothly before you even hire a website designer.
Let's be honest, a tight bathroom can be annoying. Until you have your dream bathroom, there are some things you can do to make your bathroom more bearable.
Exactly two years ago, I traveled to the small, but mighty island of Iceland. The rugged landscape, the mix of traditional and modern architecture and the Northern Lights all blew me away.
I'm going to be completely honest here, I think that granite countertops are a bit overrated. There are so many other fantastic countertop options on the market!
Changing the paint color in a room is one of the most affordable changes you can make with the most impact.
What if your travel bags were beautiful enough to double as home decor?
Lighting and color in bedroom design shouldn't be underestimated -- and some new design trends in color and light can actually be harmful for sleep. Learn how you can improve your sleep with better bedroom design.
New, very neutral kitchens can feel a bit sterile and monotonous and often don't reflect the style of the homeowner. I am going to tell you 5 ways you can update your kitchen without a full renovation.
Black chalkboard walls made a comeback a few years ago and to be honest it is a trend I do not get overly excited about because I see it so often. However, I love the idea of colored chalkboard walls.
Contrary to what many homeowners may think, a finished project (even new construction) is almost never built exactly like the drawings. This is important to keep in mind during a renovation.
You don’t need to live in the forest to get that cabin feel and contrary to what you may think, the cabin feel doesn’t necessarily need to be rustic.
There was a time when oriental rugs were all the rage, but that has definitely changed.
For those of my clients involved with their first time renovation, they usually underestimate how much availability they need in order to keep the project moving.
Realize that what's obvious to you, may not be obvious to someone else—especially during a renovation.
I am not going to sugar coat it, renovations can get messy. In order to maintain sanity during the process, ask your contractor how they address cleanliness and safety on a job site.
Many people make the mistake of thinking that professional interior designers are there to purely address aesthetics. However, a significant portion of our expertise is related to safety.
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.
Sometimes, clients think this is a waste of money. Mock-ups of any sort can often save you money.
If the plants are going to be kept in a space with beautiful wood floors, a good way to protect them is by using elevated planters. Here are a few of my favorites.
Doors can provide more than function in a home. Well designed doors have the ability to create a sense of entry or arrival and a preview as to the style of the space beyond.
Most people underestimate how much time they can realistically dedicate to overseeing a renovation project.
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.
There are many ways to have a botanical inspired space without feeling old-fashioned.
When you have tile installed in your home you need to know what you are asking for - time and time again I have seen people accidentally request the wrong tile pattern.
Summer is the season of showing things off, is it not? Especially legs...on a customized piece of furniture that is.
I created a material and finish concept where I combined warm weathered textures with some pops of color.
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...
The new baby's room neutral.