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TRANSFORMING THE ORDINARY INTO THE EXTRAORDINARY


INTERIOR DESIGN

The symphony of harmonious living lies in the  artful balance of functionally designed space and aesthetically pleasing interior. 

The environment of your home should not only serve you, it should inspire you. It should tell a story of who you are, your style, your point of view.  

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HOME STAGING

Replace the confusion of “How would I fit in here?” with “Wow, I want to live here!”

Looking for a new home is a stressful process. Empty spaces can trigger negative emotions and add to the stress. Offer spaces that speaks to the home buyer; welcome them. 

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MIRROR MIRROR ON THE WALL, DOES MY ROOM LOOKS LARGE AND TALL...

From tiny start up unit to downsized apartment we learning the art of living small. Though constricted within four walls you still want to have a  feel of ease and openness. So, if you feel claustrophobic - mirrors are your best friends. They not only visually enlarge space, but strategically placed mirror will reflect the light which will brightens up your room. There is no rule of thumb in choosing the right one. It has to reflect not only you but your personality and style. Tall mirrors visually lift up ceiling making your room looks not only big but tall. From multiple once hanging on the wall to a supersized one standing on the floor, properly chosen mirror will add sophistication and elegance to the space.   (read more)


Designed by Hillary Thomas and Jeff Lincoln featured in  House Beautiful Magazine

Designed by Hillary Thomas and Jeff Lincoln featured in House Beautiful Magazine

YOUR GRAND ENTRANCE SHOULD BE GRAND... [even if you have a tiny place] 

Entrance, Foyer, Lobby... call it however you want, but this is the space that should never be left ignored. This is the place where your house greet the world... or you for this matter, and anyone who gained the invite to your sanctuary. This is the place to set ever lasting first impression, the space that set the tone for the rest of the house, giving a hint of what to expect, and this is the place that largely left neglected or totally forgotten. Viewed as very unimportant place, many builders shrinking square footage of this space to a minimum, some completely abolishing them, though nothing can be less unwelcoming then stepping straight into a seating room.  (read more)