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Hi, I am Katie…

our in house designer katie

...and I am passionate about creating a warm, inspiring space for you and your family. I want to bring your home to a whole new level of comfort and style. For me, custom made window treatments are the unifying accent piece for any room to pull it together. Keep up with me and I'll show you how to love your windows! Google+

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    Skylights aren’t only windows in the ceiling, they are a portal to sunny blue skies, energetic rainstorms and enchanting starry nights. By allowing the sun to flow into living spaces they provide the healing powers and mood enhancing benefits of natural light. Natural light has been proven to increase mood and productivity as well as reduce stress and anxiety. With  Read more
  • feature_edit2 Reclaim Your Style With Natural Elements
    With life blossoming around us and the Earth shuddering with life, color and diversity, let’s think about integrating natural elements into our homes for a Spring punch of chic, but easy organic decorating ideas. As our fragile planet slowly revolves, constantly being depleted of its precious resources, here are some effortless ways to snatch a few flowering branches, collect some  Read more
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    We all dream of a luxurious bathroom appointed with all the details of a European Spa, but alas, most so us are stuck with a tiny bathroom. We have to cram in all of our toiletries in a small cabinet and we are lucky if we even have a full length mirror to check out how we look. Since we  Read more
  • front_edit My Top 5 Energy Efficient Window Treatments
    Without windows in our homes, we might as well be prisoners. This architectural feature connects us with the outdoors, allows light and fresh air in, and even helps control unfavorable temperatures. Sadly, our windows also allow air to escape, causing excessive consumption of costly energy to properly heat and cool our homes. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, roughly  Read more
  • feature_edit Spring Décor Revamp With Tapes And Textures
    It is officially time for a spring spruce up around your home. Major decorating impact can be made with minimal effort if you pay attention to the little things. It’s as easy as swapping out some stale wall art, buying a new colorful throw, investing in an area rug, or updating your window treatments. Great design is in the details  Read more
  • altfeature_edit Spring Breezes Through Our Windows
    As the March winds blow away and bring the promise of April showers and May flowers, I have been musing about the charm and poetry of the names of winds and their import. Of the few that I know: “Mistral,” a stormy, cold wind that blows through Provence in Southern France; “Sirocco,” a fierce wind that whips dust and sand  Read more
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    Since the early days of the Cro-Magnon, men have sought retreat into a personal space, searching for a place where they can toss their spear aside and heal their wounds. Tens of thousands of years later, not much has changed in that respect. Men are still seeking sanctuary in a cave that they can call their own. Light up a  Read more
  • feature_edit Design By Numbers: Part II
    We spend so much time in the home, why shouldn’t it feel like a sanctuary? While design may seem like a straightforward task consisting of what we personally find appealing, many more factors should be considered to make the most of your home. I already gave you the guidelines to perfect design in the living room, dining room, and bedroom.  Read more
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