These spectacular makeover images are from AD magazine, and why not start the new year with a small renovation of your own? Getting rid of old magazines is mine, making space for other items, cleaning out tupperware draw, not thrilling but necessary, maybe paint a wall?
Over the years Houston-based designer Marie Flanigan has helped countless clients transform their spaces. In the process she’s learned which sentiments to embrace and which to avoid. The design pitfall she sees most often? “Tunnel vision. Many people become consumed with the transformation of one space and forget to take a step back to determine how well it fits within the rest of the home,” she says. These before-and-after projects are testament to the transformational power Flanigan espouses. Here, nine mistakes to avoid when undertaking a renovation in your own home.
Seems like I often post decor posts on a Friday, probably as I envision the weekend at home and feel like getting creative.
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