Where the interior space blends to wall and melts into the surrounding exterior space. This perception certainly follows the course of urban architectural history in its articulation of parks, plazas, and greenscapes which lend breathing space and beauty to the grid of city streets and buildings. With today's emphasis on recreation and the natural environment, it is no surprise that this idea has developed into a design philosophy that is coming into its own.
So often, being a part of this very personal process of decoration, my spirit remains with the family, my heart full of hopes and dreams for this family and home. It was abundantly clear the significance of this home and the work they were willing to put in with us.
“Having been fascinated for more than 30 years by the originality and the elegance of the Guinea hens that run free in my garden, it finally came to me that by immortalizing them in a harmonious and timeless object, I could convey my love of the Guineas to others.”
My sense is that intense orange comes and goes in Interior Design and Fashion, but the hue itself is always on the scene- think peach, apricot, harvest gold and terra cotta and you will probably have a nostalgic vision of everything from appliances to bridesmaids dresses.
Thoughts and ramblings of a thiry-something who was adopted into the AHI family in 2018. A social media guru surrounded by lovely fabrics and creative friends in a beautiful little city there’s no end to inspiration.
When we don’t know where to begin, sometimes we simply don’t. And the longer we wait, the more pressure we feel to create something perfect...to get it right the first time. Once she got her project underway, my mom created a beautiful space. It took a lot of strength to silence her inner perfectionist.
For those of us who live in New England, it can be easy to forget that not everyone sees such vibrant autumn colors. Or that not everyone knows how a mountain of granite reflects the purple sky. Theses are things I’ll carry with me wherever I go.
When I started painting, I thought there was light blue and dark blue. But the more skies I painted, the more I realized that there were infinite shades of blue. For hours, I would stare at the sky, watching it change, trying to decipher the what I saw.