Summer is just around the corner, which means it’s almost time for endless days and nights spent outdoors with friends and family. When it comes to outdoor living, we often overlook the possibility of expanding our living spaces outside of the home, and creating a space outdoors that equally reflects the same style and personality that we showcase indoors. There are several things to keep in mind when designing an outdoor living space that will ensure a beautiful escape, without all the fuss.
I had the pleasure of writing an article and having a project featured in this spring’s Texas Lifestyle Magazine. Read on or click here to see the article in full on how to create a book-worthy rental for Airbnb and sites a-like.
These expert tips will take your short-term rental from “meh” to “yeah!” in seven easy steps.
At Turnstyle, we believe design and organization go hand in hand. We sat down with Turnstyle Design principal designer, Lieve Saether, and our friend, declutter and organization guru Sara Fritsch, owner of Moxie Space Organizing LLC, to ask them a few question about getting and staying organized in your home or office while maintaining good design aesthetics.
If there’s one thing that has been important to me throughout my career as an interior designer, it’s incorporating art into every project. Art has the power to evoke such strong emotion and curating an art collection of your own is a process that can be both enjoyable and rewarding—but also somewhat daunting. I’m sharing a few tips I bring all of my clients through, when we’re creating a space that represents their lifestyle and bringing in art to match. By the end of this post, my hope is that you’ll be able to use, curate and look for art with confidence.