I’ve heard it time and time again. “I’m on a budget and don’t want to spend a ton on a new sofa”. I get it. You might have dirty kiddos running around or a dog that loves a good sofa nap, but there are times when investing is much more worth it than not. I’ve tapped Taylor to share with us the areas it makes sense to spend a little more and ones where you should pinch those pennies. Enjoy!
Imagine this scenario: You’ve worked super hard. You’ve saved up your money. Now you’re finally ready to replace those horrible cabinets in your kitchen or get the master bathroom of your dreams.
Sounds super fun right? Now, just wait a dang minute.
It’s not that a home remodel can’t or shouldn’t be the stuff dreams are made of, but more often than not, I find clients aren’t mentally prepared for what is truly in store for them during the remodel process. So, let me break down for you a little bit about what to expect, in five simple steps, before the drop cloth goes down.
Note from Sara: Hey guys! From time to time, we’ll have other BANDD members and friends of the BANDD dropping into guest post. Today, we’ve got my lovely blog buddy, Taylor Giardina stopping by to share some tips on incorporating that scary 5-letter word in to your life: COLOR!
The days of gray are finally over, and pops of color are starting to make their way back into our homes! Of course, changing up your color scheme can be a little intimidating- what if you aren’t ready to fully commit to a certain shade?
Hey friends! I am back to break down a new series I’d like to introduce to y’all. “You Got This” Is all about exploring ways to implement design trends, tips, and styles that may have scared you off in the past. Think — ways to play with color, what mid-century modern means to you and more.
When I first started designing, my ultimate goal was to break down the barriers between client and designer. Interior design had a stuffy, unapproachable stigma to it, which intimidated so many people…myself included! Why were we being so precious about something so fun and enjoyable? I always make an effort to be sure my clients are comfortable and are given full transparency to the process of beautiful design.