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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

By Gail Mayhugh, Sr. Interior Designer Work with Gail>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 …

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5 Key Elements of Restaurant Design

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

By Regina Urner, Sr. Interior Designer Work with Regina>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 …

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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

By Gail Mayhugh, Sr. Interior Designer Work with Gail>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 …

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You Want to Paint, but Where to Start?

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

By Gail Mayhugh, Sr. Interior Designer Work with Gail>If you want to paint your home, but aren’t sure where to start – start here. If you’re living with your builder white walls, it’s time to step up and add some color, even if it’s just a neutral color from your flooring. Before you head out to the paint store, literally …