By Lauren Ballas – LEED AP I am luck enough to have a traveling corespondent contributing to our blog. Lauren worked with us briefly before she got married and was whisked away to Finland. You’ll see more of her in the future as she shares with us design inspirations and innovations from Europe. – Leslie
Living Green: "The Soil Clock"
by Leslie Hassler, Houston Interior Designer The third segment really deals with the walls. As with every other room, I like the walls to be a background that spotlights what is happening in the room. That doesn’t necessarily mean a neutral wall, but it often means a color that is a bit more subdued and/or
By Leslie Hassler, Houston Interior Designer I putting up some short postings just for those planning your baby, child, tween or teen’s room. I’ve had several friends having their first, second, third and fourth children this year. And with each new birth there is a renewed interest in the children’s rooms. In fact, I have
Creating before and after stories is one way that we define and enhance our client’s style.
This can seem to be the most frustrating aspect to decorating your own home. Furniture, the perfect chair, is it too big – will it fit through the door, stairway, elevator? No wonder so many people wind up purchasing the display room at the furniture store. Speaking of furniture stores, which one? Geez. 1. Please