Deric Schmidt and Jeannot Custom Cabinets have a long history of working together through ASID LA on events and committees. We have developed a strong working relationship over the years of being in the Interior Design Industry together. Deric will be representing Jeannot Custom Cabinets on the road along with his other incredible lines that you should all make an appointment to see.
French Country is a classic style that combines beauty and charm with function. Since the 13 Century, French Country style has evolved in the many provences of the South of France. The design of the furniture also varies depending on each provence. French Country reflects the warm, earthy, unpretentious, and comfortable way of life in this region.
Those of us who follow Courtney’s blog “French Country Cottage”, couldn’t be happier that she stuck with it and has
since created something super special. I know I am not alone when I get to open Courtney’s Blog posts and get to take
a moment to be carried away on her journey with her.
Now that Labor Day has passed and your Summer guests have gone, let’s redesign the Guest Bedroom. Why have the clunky in your way mattress taking up so much room when you can store it inside a Murphy Bed? That Guest Room can now be used for not just a bed, but an office, a gift wrapping station you’ve always dreamed about, or an art room.
It’s time to start including technology into your clients cabinetry and furniture. Starting with our own desks in our offices, we have been adapting them with new technology, Kingsley is very excited about this, as you can see.
How fabulous is this chair that was re purposed with feathers in the back of it? Talk about giving this chair a little face lift. I think we may have to do this to one of our existing chairs in our showroom. For now, here is a link for some easy instructions on how to do this on one of your CHAIRS.
The Tartan is a woolen or worsted cloth woven with stripes of different colors and widths crossing at right angles, worn chiefly by the Scottish Highlanders, each clan having its own distinctive plaid. It’s a fabric made up of horizontal and vertical stripes in different colors, on a colored background. The interwoven stripes are known as a sett. Originally, clans people used local plants, mosses and berries to dye the wool. The first mention of tartan in Scotland was in 1538.
The bedroom is a very important part of the home. It is for example where we experience the life-renewing and healing benefits of sleep. Because of this, Qi becomes more important than anywhere else in the home. It then becomes vitally important to make sure your bedroom is set up to be a peaceful and restorative space and you can do so by following these Feng Shui principles that have been compiled into the following infographic.
Whether you live in a large or small home, clutter and mess can detract from interior design, pulling the focus off your interior design and on unsightly unorganized chaos. While clutter certainly has an effect on the eyes, can it affect your health as well? Here is a guide by that details not only the negative psychological effects of cluttering, but also proceeds to serve as an all-in-one reference on how you can conveniently and properly de-clutter your home.
The basic elements to consider when designing interiors are balance, emphasis, harmony, proportion and rhythm. If these terms are unfamiliar to you, no need to worry. The following infographic outlines the essential principles of home decorating and is designed to help even the beginner designer execute the vision they’ve always dreamed of.