Meeting with children to decorate their rooms has always been one of my favorite things to do as an Interior Designer. I am fascinated by how diverse their minds are, what lofty ideas come to their little minds and how EXCITED they get when their room is done! It’s very rewarding for me to go through this process. Whether its for newborn babies or teenages, there is a challenge to make that child feel secure, safe and at home in their own room. We don’t usually think too much about that child and their place to go….its our house, right?!
I have been researching several options for things we can all do in our homes to make them healthier to live in. I realize that a lot of health issues we deal with may be caused not only by what we eat but by what we live with. We spend so much time in our homes and asleep and some of those chemicals in our furniture, our flooring, on our walls etc. are harmful to our health. It is my new focus at my business to recommend to all my clients furnishings and finishes in our homes that will make a safer environment for our families.
You may wonder why I might be blogging about legs…
As an Interior Designer this is a subject that comes up once in a while. In fact, it came up today when talking to a client. It has to do with selecting furniture for some of the rooms in your home. It is an epic FAIL that some people may not actually see but KNOW that something isn’t right. It has to do with having furniture in your room which have legs on everything…I see this issue a lot in homes that have wood floors. People forget that you need to alter the view on the bottom third of the room.