Posts Tagged ‘color’

C is for Color

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Want to know how one of the nation’s Interior Design experts uses color with success? Want to learn tips for infusing color into your home with ease and style?

Join Tobi on Tuesday, September 27th at 2:00pm central time for a free teleseminar called “C is for Color.”  Tobi will be sharing her tips for using color in your home and she will tell you all about her brand-new Design Camp.

Tobi’s upcoming Design Camp A to Z will teach her new 26-step system to approaching your own design projects.  “C is for Color” is one of these steps and will give you an inside look at what you can learn at a Tobi Fairley Camp.  If you’re considering attending Design Camp A to Z, you don’t want to miss this teleseminar with Tobi. And even if you can’t come to camp, join Tobi on this very informative call so you can start using color in your home today!

The call is absolutely FREE but you must be signed up to get access to the call.

REGISTER FOR THE FREE TELESEMINAR HERE!!

 Ready to sign up for Camp even before the Teleseminar? Don’t delay, space is limited and filling up fast.  

We still have a handful of spots available in the brand new all-inclusive Design Camp A to Z and if you sign up for camp before October 15th you can receive the Early Bird Special rate which is a $400 savings.

***Please note all 10 Bring a Friend for Free spots are SOLD OUT.***

Sign up today so you can learn Tobi’s 26-step design system and start using it on your projects before the new year! This is one Design Camp you won’t want to miss.

Register for Design Camp A to Z Here!!!!

Before and After Family Style

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For this family home, the goal was fresh, hip and fun. In a house with 3 children, taking ourselves too seriously was not an option!

I punched up the coral shade in the entry from soft to saucy for a striking result.

The decor for this home began by combining two single adult’s households into a new residence and had to be transformed as they started a family together. The living room was the perfect place to bring in loads of seating in kid-friendly finishes and accent with pops of color.

Just after family move-in day, the dining room hadn’t had any attention yet. But it wasn’t long before we had it boiling over with color and pattern.

The client is confident in her love of color, so we gave her exactly what she was looking for!

The Master Bedroom started with several existing pieces, but after we were finished, it barely resembled it’s original look.

The breakfast room lacked personality. But a little zebra print turned it all around.

Red walls in a room with no windows made for a lackluster hang-out for the Family Den. I lightened and brightened for a fresh and cheery result. Now this is everyone’s favorite spot!

For a pre-teen boy this room lacked fun. Now it’s the perfect playground for TV, games and hanging with friends.

This large retreat was for the middle child. Now playtime, sleeptime and study are allowed.

From guest to nursery, this room evolved.  It was dark and drab and now it’s full of pizazz.

To find out more about this Fabulous Family Home, check out my Q & A with At Home in Arkansas Magazine  on their website and in their August 2010 issue.

Woodson and Rummerfield’s House of Design

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I have been hearing about the talented design duo of Woodson and Rummerfield for a few years now. I became most familiar with their work when they were voted as part of the Top 20 Young Designers in America for 2009 by Traditional Home Magazine, the same year I received this amazing honor.

Shortly afterwards, Jaime and I began an online friendship through Faccebook and Twitter and I have been admiring their unique design style ever since!

Both Ron and Jaime derive their great sense of style and color from their childhoods in California.  Jaime’s upbringing by artsy bohemians exposed her the the bold color palettes and now vintages styles of the 60′s and 70′s.

Ron grew up tagging along with his high-profile bass player dad to some of the most elegant homes in Hollywood. This exposed him to the art of design and fashion and developed in him a great appreciation for the beautiful things in life.

When Jaime and Ron were brought together by common friends and agreed with what everyone had been saying for years, that they would make the perfect design partners,  they opened Woodson and Rummerfield’s House of Design. Along with their new firm came their new style so they coined a term for their unique design aesthetic…”Modage”.

Modage, which essentially means modern vintage, is a style where old Hollywood glamour and bright California moderne converge.  One look at a signature W & R room and you can instantly understand the term.

Stay tuned for a week-long look at Jaime and Ron and their amazing work, furniture line, book and more.

And please leave comments on my posts all week to be entered to win an autographed copy of their beautiful book, High Style. You can also purchase your own copy of High Style from my Amazon Bookstore in the sidebar of my blog.

A drawing for the book will be held Friday May 14th at noon Central Standard Time.  Please feel free to leave as many comments as you wish this week, but only one entry will be included per person.

Good luck to you all!