• Wall Treatments Explained

    Wood paneling is a popular choice for wall treatment due to its versatility and the warmth it brings to a space. There are several types of wood paneling, each with its own unique look and application.

  • Transform Your Home: The Importance of Hiring an Interior Designer and Investing in Quality Furniture

    How do you transform your living space into a beautiful and functional environment that reflects your unique style and personality? Hiring an interior designer and investing in quality furniture are two essential steps that can help you achieve your goal. We pride ourselves in being some of the best interior designers and offering the best quality furniture in Idaho Falls. Our goal is to offer you the best design services and here is why you should invest in us: Your home is your haven, and it should reflect your unique style, taste and personality. It is the place where you spend most of your time, unwind, relax, and create unforgettable…

  • Paint Sheens Explained

    Paint sheen may seem like a simple decision, but there are a lot of things to consider when choosing it. Imagine how you use your space… Is it a high traffic area? What is being painted? Does it need to be more or less kid/pet friendly? What is the visual aesthetic you are looking for? These are all important questions for design and functionality. Flat or Matte Paint Finish Characteristics: Non-reflective and hides slight imperfections, harder to cleanWhere to use it: Low traffic areas (formal living, dining, ceilings, offices) Eggshell Paint Finish Characteristics: Low luster and velvety, somewhat easy to cleanWhere to use it: Moderate traffic areas (family room, bedrooms,…

  • Top 10 Interior Design Styles Explained

    From as early as the 17th century, Interior Design has carried all the way into today’s designs. There are many styles to choose from in designing your home, and while you may like to mix and match, we are going to dive into the top 10 most-recognized interior design styles. 1. Mid-Century Modern or “MCM”2. Industrial3. Contemporary4. Traditional5. Transitional6. Scandanavian7. Bohemian8. Modern Farmhouse9. Minimalism10. Rustic 1. Mid-Century Modern or “MCM” Design Style This design style began between the 1940s and 1970s. It really took shape post World War II when the economy began to boom. MCM has a large focus around functionality and being close to nature. Some key features…