Redoing your kitchen can be a scary proposition. That doesn't mean you need to play it safe, though. I've got a primer on how to create a space that will thrill you now, and be appealing for a long time to come. I wrote this article for a recent issue of Oakland Magazine, and I've excerpted the text for you in this post.Read More
From my latest article for Oakland Magazine:
Interior designers are asked this question a lot, especially when it comes to kitchens: "How much can I change it without changing everything?" . . . The good news is that you can change a lot without changing everything. But there are a few guidelines for determining the best course of action for a kitchen redo.
Curious about those guidelines? Read on to find out more.Read More
From my article in the latest issue of Oakland Magazine:
For years, white kitchens have reigned supreme. It’s easy to see why. They’re clean, bright, and tasteful; they’ll always be classic. But there’s a new kind of style on the block, and it’s closing in on the standing champ.
Want to know more about this shiny new look? Read on!Read More
Flooring: I've got it on the brain. We're weighing lots of options for the office project I'm working on now. In my research, I was surprised to find myself really taken with this one: a solid expanse of green.Read More
I'm happy to announce that I'll be writing regularly for Oakland Magazine--and its sister publication Alameda Magazine--on issues of interior design and style.
For my first piece, I tackle the issue of updating older homes. How can you get modern functionality while maintaining classic styling? Read the article to find out!Read More