Aaaah, something to celebrate...
My little blog here has turned one year old!
I’m so proud I’ve made it this far and been able to reach so many design lovers out there. And I thank each and every one of you for visiting and sharing my love for the beauty and business of interior design. Really, your support means the world to me.
-- Carla Aston ;-)
These interior designer gift ideas I've put together for you today, are part pretty and part real, hard-working tools.
Most of these items are part of my daily life. I just thought I'd share with you how much I love and use them, so if YOU happen to have a budding interior designer on your gift list OR if you happen to be one yourself and want to share with your gifters, you can do just that! :-)
I was thrilled to be asked to review Beth Webb's new book, An Eye For Beauty - Rooms That Speak To The Senses.
I am sharing a few of my thoughts with you today, upon diving into this volume of work, and how it speaks to me as a designer and lover of thoughtful, well-designed spaces. Take a look at some of these homes' beautiful interiors......
I'm featuring one of my interior designer colleagues here today who designs lots of kitchens and baths, most recently a brilliant garden inspired kitchen in collaboration with Kohler, Cosentino, and Benjamin Moore.
Cheryl Nagle Kees Clendenon, a Florida based designer, shares some of the most requested items she comes across these days in designing kitchens and baths, how she starts a project, and much more! Click through to get the scoop......
I recently had a Designed in a Click consultation with a homeowner who had terracotta or Saltillo tile floors in her kitchen and wanted to do a remodel. Since her floors had been down for almost 30 years, she couldn't find the tile again to use to patch in the floor if she changed the footprint or layout of her kitchen.
Click through to see how I advised her and see if you agree.
One 30 min. virtual interior design consultation w/ Carla Aston, all done via email.
Please note that these sessions make great content for my blog, so unless you specifically ask for your Q&A not to be shared, I retain the right to use the images and responses, anonymously, of course. If you do want your session to be private, then please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org as there is a different rate and payment for a consultation where nothing is allowed to be shared.
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