Design From the Cube™: Commercial Interior Design Notes

Summertime Living

August 3rd, 2016

July has been a fun month. I love summer. Weekends have been filled with R and R for our family. Bob and I got away to Mystic for a weekend while our daughter visited a friend in Rhode Island – what a little gem of a trip. We can’t remember […]

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An Update on my Cancer Journey   As my treatments wind down and I return to business as usual (yes we are open full time so call me if you are ready to work on a design project), I have decided to give back to others who are on the […]

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Afternoon Blahs

June 3rd, 2016

Sunny days and school is out for summer. I love that the sunlight streams through my office window year round. I have a large maple in my view which marks the seasons. Occasionally, intern Emma and I have our lunch on the back patio. Getting that fresh air break at […]

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This is a sponsored article. My thoughts, opinions and product reviews are entirely my own. Design Education   I grew up in a family that valued education above all else. My parents would never hesitate to give me a book or send us on an academic experience or take us […]

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Please note that while I was compensated for this article, all thoughts and opinions are my own.   People First Innovation.   That’s the tagline of TOTO, the world’s largest manufacturer of bath fixtures and fittings. Everything I learned about the company during our private tour at ICFF and at their […]

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Is your staff growing? Are your business needs changing? Maybe your lease is up next year and you can’t decide if you should stay or relocate. Having an interior designer create a space needs evaluation and a furnishings layout (we call it a space plan) can help you make these […]

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Programming Programming is the initial research phase of an interior design project. The designer, through asking the right questions, listening and observing, determines the goals and objectives of the major stakeholders (clients etc). Much like a detective at work, the designer discovers and analyzes information about the problem in order […]

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Office Redesign in One Day

April 12th, 2016

One day office redesign Can you imagine having an office redesign in just one day?   What most people see of design is the glossy photo shoot in the magazine after all of the blood, sweat and tears. But most of design is no game night at the brew house. […]

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AD Trade Show Takeaways

March 29th, 2016

Last Thursday I headed over to the west side for the Architectural Digest Design Show. My favorite section is called Made. I love the opportunity to talk with craftspeople about their design process and the materials they use for each piece. I will be following up with blog posts in April, […]

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Space Planning Case Study

March 1st, 2016

Space Planning My clients, an industrial engineering firm, are expanding their offices with a much needed 1,500 square foot executive office area. As we have moved through the design process, challenges have come up. They are growing so fast, they can’t get more space quickly enough. Instead of needing 3 executive […]

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