Author: Brittany Allen

Brittany received her interior design degree in 2010 and recently earned her kitchen and bathroom certifications. She sees her job as much more than just picking out pretty colors and materials – it also involves exact measurements, plenty of planning, and determining how to have a space accurately reflect the lifestyle of its occupants.
  • Making the Most of Your St. Louis Kitchen Remodel

    Do you know what you really want out of your kitchen before you remodel? The truth is, most people don’t. In most cases, we are generally starting from scratch. Though some of our clients come to us with pages from Pinterest or an architectural design magazine, we are always ready to provide inspiration. We don’t…

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  • Our Shopping Process and The “Fear of More Options” (FOMO)

    When we’re shopping with a client, many questions come up. Clients have certain expectations, and most of them, especially once they dive into the process, have some concerns about whether they are choosing the right items, the right finishes, and so on. Because it can be a complex undertaking, and certainly, from our standpoint, it’s…

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  • Scandinavian Kitchen Design Style for Your St. Louis Home

    Scandinavian design is known for its sparse, modern, minimalist look. Characterized by white walls, wood floors, and sleek, contemporary lines, it is without a doubt one of the most influential design styles of the past century. The style itself is associated with designers that include furniture and cabinet designer Hans Wegner, Finnish designer Eero Aarnio,…

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  • 7 Amazing Winter Activities in St. Louis

    Sure, it’s cold outside. But that doesn’t mean that you have to wait for signs of spring to have some fun in St. Louis! We’ve got plenty of things to captivate people of all ages and ilk – from romantic couple activities to family fun days, there’s always something new to discover, right here in…

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  • Problem Solving: How We Focus on Solutions for Your St. Louis Remodel

    During any remodel, there will be challenges. It’s just like your wedding day – something is bound to go wrong. At that point, it’s about fixing the problem and keep things rolling in spite of the challenge.     The Challenge: Tile Colors Do Not Match We had a bathroom project that is a good…

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  • Adding Texture to Your St. Louis Kitchen

    When you’re remodeling your kitchen, there are so many things to think about. From cabinets to countertops, backsplashes, appliances, lighting, fixtures, and flooring, it’s details like these that tend to make the biggest influence on the overall look of the room. Sometimes, it’s easy to make a big impact just by adding a little bit…

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  • Contemporary Window Treatments for Your St. Louis Home

    Sheers may be an easy and versatile fix for your windows, but if you’re looking for something a little different, a contemporary window treatment that combines style with function, today’s options offer plenty of variety to suit almost any style.   Blinds Come In Many Styles If you are looking for a less traditional window…

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  • Displaying Collections with Style and Restraint in Your St. Louis Home

    We all collect something. Art glass, old Coca-Cola bottles, dishes, teacups, doll heads, LPs, quilts, blankets, you name it. There is no telling what might strike a person’s fancy. China sets, dishes, cups and saucers, and certain brands of kitchen items are relatively common collectibles, especially with anyone who maybe started collecting items when they…

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  • Ways to Add Glamour to Your St. Louis Bedroom

    Your bedroom. It’s where you recharge. It’s where you dream. Arguably, it is the one room in the house that should cater 100 percent to your comfort and happiness. With this in mind, adding a little glamor into the mix is never a bad idea. The good news is, it doesn’t have to cost a…

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  • How to Make a Small St. Louis Space Look Simply Grand

    Small spaces and tiny houses may be all the rage, but unless you’re a minimalist with a thimbleful of personal possessions, it can be challenging to make that small space look bigger. If you’re looking for ways to make your small apartment or home look grand, we’ve got some ideas we think you’re going to…

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