Interviews With Interior Designers and Decorators
At Home with Designers: Designer Interviews
Here is a series of fascinating interviews with several well-know professional interior designers. Don't miss them!
An Interview with Rachel Ashwell
Rachel Ashwell, founder of the popular Shabby Chic ® style, began her decorating quest in the late 80's, searching garage sales and flea markets for furniture with "good bones" and nice lines. Shabby Chic(r) is a look that's easy to live with and remarkably versatile. Read her how this designer began her career and what she feels is important in home design.
An Interview with Mary Baltz
Mary Baltz, contributing editor to Victoria Magazine believes in white. Her home is a study in whites, a place where small additions of color make for instant, welcome changes. Read here for some of Mary's advice on decorating.
An Interview with Tricia Foley
Tricia Foley, author, editor, and product designer loves natural colors and vintage linens. She employs a simple decorating style that is both practical and personal. If you love simple vintage decor, you'll love to read this interview.
An Interview with Ann Fox
Ann Fox is an interior designer and proprietor of the Dallas furniture and decorating store, Room Service. In this interview she offers down-to-earth advice on approaching decorating projects, decorating for children, and offers insight into her personal style.
An Interview with Charlotte Moss
Her decorating advice is practical and her approach to a room is with an equal eye for function, comfort, and beauty. In this interview read about her advise for creating the perfect room.
An Interview with Katrin Cargill
The author of Curtain Bible and Fabrications tells how travel has inspired her decorations. Her books give detailed descriptions and this interview shares someof her insights.
An Interview with Lyn Peterson
Lyn Peterson, owner of Motif Designs fabric and wallpaper, has honed a wonderful sense of "childproof" style in her own home. Read how her busy family has given her new insight into the tricks of stand-up-to-it-all decorating.