Tag: Design

Recreate Your Space For Spring

Recreate Your Space For Spring

| April 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

This spring let’s not just clean up let’s recreate your space. This has been a lingering winter and we’ve all been stuck in the house for way too long! If you’re like me, you’re getting sick of your stuff. So instead of breaking the bank starting from scratch, here are some simple ways to update […]

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Meet Lloyd Architects of Plymouth

Meet Lloyd Architects of Plymouth

| January 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Lloyd Architects is an architecture firm based in Plymouth, MA. Led by Lester Lloyd, AIA, and Rob Reifeiss, Lloyd Architects has been solving complex design challenges for their clients for nearly 20 years. Their client list includes companies like Pfizer, Genzyme, Starbucks, US Airways & Bank of America and are considered the “commercial architecture secret […]

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1 on 1 with Paulette O’Connell of OCO Architecture

1 on 1 with Paulette O’Connell of OCO Architecture

| October 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

Paulette O’Connell is principal and owner of the South Shore architecture firm OCO Architecture::Design, LLC. OCO architecture::design focuses on all types of projects from new construction, additions, renovations and interior design that strives to find balance with New England architecture and a client’s individual needs for modern living. Paulette, a resident of Scituate, MA, has […]

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4 Essential Residential Decorating Principles

4 Essential Residential Decorating Principles

| July 23, 2012 | 1 Comment

Are you looking to give your house or apartment some new vitality? Do you wish you could reinvent your living room or bedroom as quickly and easily as they do on those network cable design shows? Well it’s simple, just call your team of professional designers, tradesmen and craftsmen this afternoon and ask them to […]

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Overcoming Spatial Awkwardness

Overcoming Spatial Awkwardness

| June 15, 2012 | 1 Comment

I once lived in an apartment with an entertainment center that was way too big for my tiny living room. I lived in fear of it toppling over onto me while I watched My Best Friends Wedding for the ninth time. Thankfully it never did. Being a renter I didn’t have carte blanche to make […]

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The Organized Bookcase

The Organized Bookcase

| April 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

Bookcases can be beautiful focal points in a room or they can become the eyesore. They are a great opportunity to show off your collections, display artwork or to actually keep all of your books organized. Here are a few simple rules to a more organized bookcase that are sure to give your friends and […]

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Eat Healthy, Get Happy with a De-cluttered Kitchen

Eat Healthy, Get Happy with a De-cluttered Kitchen

| April 21, 2012 | 3 Comments

It’s difficult to meal plan when you can’t close the cupboards or see what you have available to prepare. A cluttered kitchen can lead us to eat more & spend more, simply because we can’t get to the more healthful options or we don’t know what we already have. You won’t buy duplicates if you […]

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3 Simple Rules to De- Clutter Your Home

3 Simple Rules to De- Clutter Your Home

| April 13, 2012 | 2 Comments

Clutter is nothing more than emotional baggage. That stack of papers, that packed bookshelf, your overflowing dresser, closet or countertop; whatever the case may be, that STUFF is weighing you down. Release yourself from all that clutter using these 3 simple rules to de-clutter your life and home. 1. Visualize: What do you want the […]

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