Thank you so much HGTV for featuring us in the October 2014 issue!
Happy Friday Everyone!
While we enjoy long, hot, summer days, there’s just something about autumn’s crisp mornings, the comforting aroma of pumpkin and cinnamon and, above all else, Fall fashion, that makes Fall our absolute favorite season. We love the idea of adorning our nails with the vast array of autumnal hues. There are endless possibilities to spice up our fall wardrobes! In celebration of this much anticipated season we have selected a few of our Fall Nail Color Favorites paired with a style guide, helping you create the perfect outfit to compliment your fabulous new nail lacquer.
Today we want to thank Houzz for featuring us in .
Something all interior designers share is creativity. Design allows the creative genius in us the freedom to play. Our imaginative minds thrive on the ability to generate new ideas and concepts, and thus, each room design is a new and exciting opportunity. We are so lucky to have a job that challenges our creative minds every single day!
Check out some of our favorite creative beds below and click to read the full article!
Have a Great Day!
The Dbh-biz.info Team
The temperature is starting to slowly turn, autumn seems to be just around the corner, and I’m so ready! It’s one of my favorite seasons. But this week we have another serene and cool retreat in our spotlight to help see our summer out: the living room of our enormously popular Heights Classic project.
We hope you’ve had a fantastic week despite the rainy weather here in Houston. Even though we are always sad to say goodbye to summer, we are excited to transition into the good weather that autumn brings.
Today we want to thank Dering Hall for featuring us in their article, 9 Stylish Spaces Featuring Patterns, Textures and Motifs. We love starting every morning with a cup of hot coffee and Daily Feature from Dering Hall.
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Until Next Time,
The Dbh-biz.info Team
We have another refreshingly cool room to share with you, this time a kitchen with a beautiful breakfast area and bar.
Hi All – As many of you know, I am passionate about art! Finding that piece you love and incorporating it into your home and life. There is nothing like it. That said; the process of buying art is super fun, but always comes with questions: What is the work really worth, will it appreciate, how will it look in my home?
To help answer and advise on many of these common questions we have enlisted the assistance of Mary Hammon Lee, the first Frost Bank Fine Art Advisor. Mary Hammon is a friend of Dbh-biz.info and she is extremely knowledgeable about art, fine wines, jewelry and other collectables. She is a great resource and we are excited to have her as a contributor.
Take it away Mary Hammon!
In another of a series of perfectly cool rooms for a perfectly hot summer, we’re offering a closer look at the office of our Memorial Park Modern Project. (You can find more pictures for that project at or our .)
So let’s turn our attention to that thing most of us do all day: work! Why shouldn’t our office spaces be as well-turned out as our homes? Short answer, they should! And even more so if you’re lucky enough to have your office in your home.
We love our work, and we think it should be as fun, as creative, and flexible as we are. We’re all unique.
We hope you had a wonderful Labor Day weekend and found time to enjoy some much deserved relaxation!
Over the weekend we were featured in one of Bob Vila’s recent blog posts. Bob is one of our favorite TV personalities. I have watched his show for many years. We want to thank the Bob Vila team for featuring us in 8 Decorating Rules Meant to Be Broken! We are so grateful to be a part of such an inspiring source for design, construction, renovation and lots more.
A few of our favorite rules meant to be broken are “ceiling should be white” and “wallpaper is for walls”. As you can see in our featured image below, we break not one, but three common interior design “rules”. We believe that there are no rules when it comes to designing fabulous interiors. The only opinion that really matters is the homeowners, and if they’re happy, so are we!
One Pattern Per Room
Be bold in your mixing of patterns. Pairs stripes with paisleys, florals with geometric patterns. You might even consider adding pattern to the ceiling. Take pains, however, to keep things balanced by repeating a common color across the different patterns you choose.
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See you next time,
The Dbh-biz.info Team