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Interior Design How-to Guide: Creating a Family Friendly Home

In Accessories, Artwork, Design Planning, How To Guide, Interior Design, Residential Design by wpx_seedbaco

As a mom myself, I know how hard it is to make a house a home some days.  The toys are everywhere.  The kitchen table is covered in food.  And there is always a trail of cheerios or clothes across the room at any given time. While it can at times feel impossible to have a beautiful space and raise …

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Aging-in-Place How-To Guide: Remaining in Your Home in Comfort (and Safety)

In Design Planning, How To Guide, Interior Design, Residential Design by Gail Mayhugh

This is the first of a series addressing designing for positive Aging-in-Place. In this post, I’ll be sharing furniture and arrangement suggestions. As we age, we lose some of our strength, agility, and mobility, affecting our ability to navigate the rooms in our homes. For some, a home may have been perfect when they moved in can become dangerous to …

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5 Key Elements of Restaurant Design

In Branding, Design Planning, Hospitality Design, Interior Design by Regina Urner

A restaurant, like a person, has a personality. Whether it’s regal and reserved or hip and edgy, your design aesthetic makes a statement about what customers can expect to experience during any visit or interaction. I approach design holistically. Function is as important as aesthetics. When designing or re-designing a restaurant, there are many elements to consider. Here are five key …

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Interior Design How-To Guide: Selecting the Right Ceiling Fan

In Design Planning, How To Guide, Interior Design, Residential Design by Gail Mayhugh

No matter what part of the country you live in, almost everyone uses ceiling fans. So choosing the right size ceiling fan is important; otherwise, it won’t properly cool a room.  Knowing your room’s square footage will help you determine the proper size. A fan that’s too small for a room might not offer enough air, and one that’s too large …

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Reducing Coronavirus Contamination and Spread in An Open Office

In Acoustics, Branding, Corporate Office Design, Culture, Design Planning, Graphic Design, How To Guide, Interior Design, Lighting, Workspace Design by Christina TooleLeave a Comment

By Christina Toole, Sr. Interior Designer Work with Christina> If you work in an open office, you might be worried lately about spread of the Coronavirus. Taking steps to mitigate the transfer of viruses within an office environment can only led to better health for us all. Healthy employees miss less work, have a higher level of productivity and are …

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From Downsizing to Vacation homes – Homeowners in Retirement are Making Big Changes

In Airbnb Design, Design Planning, Interior Design, Residential Design by Kendra ContrerasLeave a Comment

In my four years of Online Interior Design, or “e-Design”, experience I have worked with countless homeowners who are either in retirement or approaching their retirement years. I have considered it a privilege to help them navigate through their changing goals and priorities for this season in their lives. I’ve often found that my clients in this sector are undergoing …

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4 Steps to Tackle Your Design Plans in the New Year

In Accessories, Artwork, Design Planning, Interior Design, Residential Design, Uncategorized by Gail Mayhugh

Happy 2019 everyone! Now that the holidays are over and the decorations tucked away, you can start planning or get back on track with your decorating projects. I’m sure there are some of you, including myself, that got side-tracked. Life happens and time slips away. So, here are four simple ideas to help you plan and get the end results …

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How does Online Interior Design Work?

In Airbnb Design, Corporate Office Design, Design Planning, Hospitality Design, How To Guide, Interior Design, Kitchen and Bath Design, Model Home Design, Residential Design, Workspace Design by Christina Toole

You might be familiar with Online Interior Design, or eDesign, but Design Tribe is different from the one-size-fits-all retailers. Our designers don’t just “decorate”… they design. Professional Interior Design is an art and science that requires years of training and education to personalize a space to a fit a client’s design aesthetic and to help the space function efficiently for …

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Is Your Office Ready For an Open Plan Layout?

In Branding, Corporate Office Design, Design Planning, Uncategorized, Workspace Design by Christina Toole

By Christina Toole, Sr. Interior Designer Work with Christina> I have space planned and designed workspaces all over the country for online corporate office interior design clients, and I’ve learned that when deciding between an open office layout vs. enclosed offices, there will always be much debate. Some of our clients do not lean toward an open plan because they do …

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Office Design Product Showcase April ’19

In Acoustics, Corporate Office Design, Design Planning, Interior Design, Lighting, Product Showcase, Workspace Design by Christina Toole

As a workspace designer that crossed over from the hospitality industry about ten years ago, I’ve had a front row seat to the recent evolution of commercial office products. As workspaces begin to look more like hospitality spaces, the range of high-design commercial office furnishings and products has increased dramatically. Whether it’s the recent availability of finishes and colors to …