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Contemporary Interior Design Characteristics

11 Contemporary Interior Design Characteristics

When someone is redesigning their home, we aim to create a space you’ll love forever. If you’re someone who values spaces that are timeless, “in” and stylish, this can be harder to accomplish. Yet, contemporary design sets a solid foundation so your space never goes out of style. Simply do regular upkeep and your space will always feel fresh and current.

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DIY or Hire Help? How to Know When to Hire an Interior Designer in Denver

Sometimes you’ll take a look at the tiles in your kitchen and think, “I could replace those on my own.” Or maybe you’re shopping for furniture in a funky space and think, “I’ve bought furniture every other time in my life, what could go wrong?” There are certain situations where engaging an interior designer on your project can make a huge difference in your space and overall happiness. Check out our latest blog post to ensure you engage an interior designer when you really need one!

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Commercial Interior Design: Hire an Interior Designer to Take Your Business to the Next Level

Have you ever walked into a store or a business, had an uncomfortable feeling, then immediately turned around and walked out? If so, there’s a good chance the business you left didn’t hire an interior designer. Thoughtful, sustainable, emotion evoking design gives people an emotional response. It can also help businesses get more customers in the door of their restaurant, or retain hard earned employees.

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What is Cradle to Cradle Certification? And Why Does it Matter for Your Next Remodel?

Cradle to Cradle certification is a seal of approval that the product you are purchasing doesn’t harm people or the planet. At the end of its life cycle, the product is completely biodegradable, or is able to be broken down into parts and upcycled. But, those aren’t the only benefits. Check out our latest blog post to learn more about the cradle to cradle process.

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Is Carpet Sustainable? The Best Eco-Friendly Carpet Options

Is it time to replace the carpet in your home? If so, you’re likely on the hunt for something soft, easy to clean, and that comes with a great warranty. While all those things are important, it’s equally important to find a carpet that is safe for your family and the planet. Here’s what to look for while you’re carpet shopping!

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5 Tips from a Designer to Pick Out the Right Paint Color for Any Room

If picking out a paint color is hard for you, it’s likely you’ve missed some steps before running off to the paint store! In our latest blog, we share five tips for picking out the right paint color for any room on your own. Our tips require a little planning ahead of time, so be sure to read this one before you’re ready to paint!

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End of Life: How to Dispose of Unneeded Items After a Remodel

Getting ready for a home remodel or a remodel project? Have you included time for deconstruction instead of demolition? Deconstruction is carefully extracting items and materials from your home that can be recycled or repurposed. We know that it can be hard to find the right place to donate to, so we’ve created a list of many odd item recycling and donation centers for home remodeling. Even if you’re not doing a remodel, it’s always good to know which organizations take what items, just in case!

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