Innovation in interior design has resulted in new ideas for ways to construct our modern homes. Whether you live downtown, in the suburbs or in a rural area, what may be considered a modern day home may now be something a little outside the lines. The open concept style is one of these new ideas. Derelict warehouses have become sought after dwelling spaces. The ceilings are gloriously high and the windows are large. What is lacking is a feeling of warmth and cosiness, however, because there are far fewer interior walls than in the past. One of the ways that we can achieve definition of function is with colour. Continue reading
Interior design is all around us and it is a terrific source of fun and inspires creativity in those who are not naturally creative. Lounging in the hammock or on the sofa while perusing decorating magazines is a very pleasant way to spend quality time. All these “perfect” rooms give us plenty to think and dream about. Decorating ideas abound and whether or not we make a move to move closer to having the perfect home in reality, dreaming is still enjoyable. It is, however, often overwhelming because the rooms do look so perfect. Once some forward effort is put into actually decorating our homes, we often realize just how much work and expense is involved in striving for perfection. The route to the perfection that we desire also involves a bit of dust and disturbance along the way, in order to make your home look quite different and very much improved over its previous form. Continue reading
Few well designed rooms lack some form drapery window treatment. Top quality fabrics and linings greatly affect the way the drapery, itself, will hang. It is the drapery hardware, itself, that often completes the look of the overall treatment. Decorative poles, finials and brackets are the home décor equivalent of fine jewelry on a snazzy outfit. Continue reading
Interior design takes many forms and the Urban Country Look is one of them. This design has great charm and appeal to a wide variety of clients, younger as well as older. It is an eclectic and fun form of interior design. There are many ways to achieve this look. There are also many ways to miss the mark and achieve only a drab, worn mish mash. A person’s home speaks volumes about that person. We love to surround ourselves with treasured objects, textures, colours and memories. Many people’s lifestyle has shifted from mainly formal rooms dedicated to one purpose, to a more casual lifestyle where rooms are more versatile and one purpose flows from one room to another. Living has also shifted outdoors due to advances in more weather resistant materials for use on decks, porches and patios. Continue reading
The unimaginative overuse of white has painted this useful lack of colour into a corner. White or beige have been the safe choice for real estate going on the market for a long time. The thinking was that white and beige go with anything. Not so, says, colour consultant, Marguerite Roberts. Continue reading
Often we encounter clients who, for various reasons are unwilling or unable to paint their rooms. They may prefer neutral walls, they may be renting, or they may be planning to sell the home within the next few years. They do want some colour in their home, and often they want to take their investment in home furnishings and interior design with them when they move. Continue reading
As fall approaches, embrace the season rather than regret that summer is passing. The weather is still gorgeous and the colours of fall are fabulous. It’s a time to sweep away the clutter of summer, get back to cooking interesting things, and indulge in a little autumn décor. Interior design moves out onto the porch for awhile.It’s great for curb appeal, too. Continue reading
There is a fun new trend toward extending interior design enhancement out into the garden areas surrounding our homes. The view from the interior spaces of the home is greatly improved by adding various design elements such as furniture, statuary, water features and the like to the garden. Sight lines into even a small garden should be considered while executing our interior design plans. Continue reading
Working in interior design since 1993 in and around Oakville, Mississauga and Burlington, we have had the pleasure of meeting and working with a great many people of all types. Interior design projects often involve tweaking an existing room to bring it up to date. The look of worn, boring, outdated elements can really get you down. It's even worse if they were poorly installed in the first place. The overall look of the kitchen, for instance, can be dramatically improved with a little or a lot of TLC. At Mulberry Interiors, we have many ideas which can make a big difference in the look of your home. Our capable tradespeople have the expertise to change out the counter top, add a new backsplash tile, sink, and faucet, change the floor tile, paint the walls, or what have you. Continue reading
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