7 Expert Tips for Infusing Feng Shui Design Into Your Space

Posted in Accessories, Art, Color, Commercial Design, Decluttering, Feng Shui, Furniture, Home Design, Interior Design, Lifestyle, Office Design, Residential Design on February 4, 2020

Are you looking to refresh your home or office? The best way to do that is to consider how Feng Shui design elements can impact the space in lively and life-changing ways. Consider these 7 transformational tips for incorporating...

Lights, Camera, Action! Movies Take Center Stage at Nokomis Square Cooperative 7th Floor Art Gallery

Posted in Art, Color, Residential Design on September 30, 2019

Who doesn’t love going to the movies? Hot buttered popcorn, soda, and candy. The dim of the lights. Cozying up to a loved one. The glare of the big screen. I captured the feel of the theater by placing...

Infusing Energy Into a Partial Kitchen Remodel

Posted in Home Design, Interior Design, Residential Design, Uncategorized on August 7, 2019

In with the new, out with the old…unless the old has sentimental value. You don’t always have to jump into a full-scale remodel; updating only what’s necessary will raise the energy of the room. Who doesn’t want that fresh...

Simple Ways to Add New Life to a Room

Posted in Accessories, Color, Home Design, Residential Design, Wall Coverings, Window Coverings on August 7, 2019

You don’t have to do a complete overhaul to breathe new life into a room. One of my long-time clients, Janis Klecker, has been working with me to update her home—in stages. The most recent project was in the...

6 Ways to Create a Sleeping Sanctuary

Posted in Accessories, Art, Bedding, Color, Furniture, Home Design, Interior Design, Residential Design on June 4, 2019

Looking for tips on getting a good night’s sleep? I recently had the pleasure of redesigning long-time clients Janis and Barney Klecker’s guest bedroom. With their last of six children about to leave for college, Janis found that she...

Moving? Liven Up Your New Space With a Little Help

Posted in Art, Feng Shui, Home Design, Residential Design on March 26, 2019

When you move into a new space, it can take time to get it to feel like home. To make it feel like your space. But with a little repurposing, we can help speed that process along. Richard Bachrach, ...

How to Downsize and Make Your New Space Multi-Purpose

Posted in Accessories, Art, Color, Decluttering, Feng Shui, Furniture, Interior Design, Residential Design on November 28, 2018

Have you decided to downsize? If so, I have a few helpful tips to make your smaller space work for you. A client I recently worked with named Jeannine decided she was ready to downsize into a single-family home...

Lake House Reflections: Combining Natural Elements to Create Custom Art

Posted in Accessories, Art, Feng Shui, Interior Design, Residential Design on August 8, 2018

“It was important to me that the art didn’t detract from the lake,” said Lake Minnetonka homeowner Jeannie. The project, led by Julie Ann Segal, involved infusing the refreshed space with art pieces that blended with the natural surroundings. Julie...

Creating an Art Gallery – Nokomis Square

Posted in Art, Featured Artists, Interior Design, Residential Design on October 12, 2017

Curation & Installation: Nokomis Square Senior Living Community What a fun project this was! We were hired by the Nokomis Square Design Enhancements Committee to create an art gallery in their residential hallways. It turned out to be a...

Featured Art Gallery Artist: Kay Hofler

Posted in Art, Featured Artists, Home Design, Residential Design on June 26, 2017

Kay Hofler has been a professional artist and a member of The Artists Gallery, located in Virginia Beach, since 1997. She has exhibited in many local shows, and received numerous awards for her unique artwork, in which she depicts...

3 Tips for the Best Laundry & Mud Room Design

Posted in Accessories, Art, Color, Decluttering, Home Design, Interior Design, Residential Design on June 19, 2017

Laundry and mud rooms are utilitarian spaces, but that doesn’t mean that they have to look the part! Because they’re the place where families likely enter the home most often these days, it’s important that they be functional, organized,...

Featured Art Gallery Artist: Kathleen Krishnan

Posted in Art, Featured Artists, Home Design, Residential Design on February 17, 2017

Artist Kathleen Krishnan says that when it comes to art, she wants one thing only – to play with paint. She delights in discovering all the surprising ways it allows her to express a lifetime of observation of things...

Feng Shui Tips to Romance Your Space

Posted in Accessories, Art, Bedding, Decluttering, Feng Shui, Furniture, Home Design, Interior Design, Residential Design, Uncategorized on February 7, 2017

By Julie Ann Segal In the mood for love? Does your space feel the same way? If not – if it feels cluttered, drab, uninspired – the furthest thing from romantic – it’s time for some “Fun” Shui changes...

18 Top Trends for 2017

Posted in Accessories, Color, Dining Tables, Furniture, Home Design, Interior Design, Residential Design, Uncategorized on January 16, 2017

Click on the links below, and view my Houzz Ideabook and Pinterest Board for Photos of what’s trending now for Interior Design! Photo by Window Works – More contemporary bedroom photos   Accent Trends White accents Mixed woods and...