Our two daughters recently finished kindergarten and third-grade and it’s time to start a whole new routine. We’re hoping our summer includes many visits to the beach and our colorful house on Cape Cod. Designing our own summer home was a fun process and it continues to evolve.
Entering the office today was such a sigh of relief after a few days spent on client visits and a photo shoot in Weston. I love being on a job site but some days I just need to sit in front of a computer and catch up on logistics. Office spaces should be functional yet creative and ours is no different.
After 12 years of designing boutique hotels, I’ve seen how my hospitality design knowledge helps me make smarter, more creative choices for my residential clients. I’ve picked up countless tips and tricks along the way, and want to share a few with you.
I recently had the pleasure of having one of my spaces featured in the premiere issue of Rise . If you’re unfamiliar with the publication, you won’t be for long. It’s hot off the presses from New England Home —their first-ever urban design magazine.