Haven Design Works Partners With Paran Homes To Win 2 Gold Obies

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Haven Design Works was recently recognized at the 40th Annual OBIE Awards with two Gold OBIEs for its work with Paran Homes for Best Interior Merchandising. These model homes are award-winning and were designed to resonate with the target markets and enhance the Paran Homes buying experience.

“We are thrilled to be recognized for our partnership with Paran Homes. We worked together to create a final product that would inspire home buyers as they toured the homes. Both of these homes have been incredibly successful in terms of sales because they allow the buyers to

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Studio Lea Celebrates Ten Years of Interior Design

DENVER, COLORADO – Studio Lea, a leading interior design firm in Denver, Colorado, is proud to celebrate ten years of timeless design. Specializing in residential and commercial interiors, the highly-awarded firm has earned a reputation for bold design schemes and a commitment to “creating meaningful spaces, enriching and simplifying our client’s lives.”

Originally founded by Interior Architect and Designer, Cory Lea Decker, the firm has experienced a significant level of growth over the past ten years. During this decade, Studio Lea has evolved from having an initial portfolio of small projects to being invited to stage world-famous residences.

For years, Studio Lea has been recognized as a leader in the Colorado design industry, including accolades such as “Colorado’s Top Ten Interior Designers” from Denver Life Magazine (2011), “Best of Houzz” awards for interior design and customer service (2014, 2016, 2017), “Home of the Year” from Colorado Homes (2016), and dozens

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Interior designer gets jail for embezzling S$134,000 in clients’ renovation payments

SINGAPORE: An interior designer and shareholder of an interior design firm pocketed S$134,000 in clients’ payments for renovation projects over a year.

For one count of criminal breach of trust, with another two similar charges taken into consideration, 40-year-old Eugene Chia Hsien Yau was sentenced on Tuesday (Nov 24) to 10 months’ jail.

The court heard that Chia was one of the shareholders of Interior Diary, a firm that was set up in 2016 with three other shareholders. 

Chia was also a director at a sister company called Liquid Construction, from where he pocketed another S$20,000. This formed one of the charges taken into consideration.

As a project manager at Interior Diary, Chia was responsible for sales and liaising with clients for renovation projects, including the collection of payments.

Sometime in early 2017, Chia began misappropriating payments collected for these projects. He would submit part of the amounts

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Lisa and Richard Perry’s Art-Filled Manhattan Penthouse Asks $45M

A penthouse co-op that could easily double as a modern art museum hit the market in New York City for $45 million.

Known to interior design fans as the Perry Apartment, the 12-room unit on New York’s Upper East Side was listed by Allison B. Koffman and Juliette R. Janssens of Sotheby’s International Realty. Fashion designer Lisa Perry and her hedge-fund billionaire husband Richard C. Perry redesigned the space to showcase their extensive collection of contemporary art.

As the top unit of the 1927 Sutton Place building, the penthouse spans 6,600 square feet and has all-white interiors full of bright paintings, unique art pieces and custom sculptures.

The most striking piece is a 3D painting in the living room — placed between two windows, the bright image of a cartoon interior creates an illusory effect with the real-life views of New York on each side.

Other show-stopping spaces include the

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Designer Profile: Interior designer Marea Clark

Interior design and style courses through Marea Clark’s veins. The principal of Marea Clark Interiors comes from a family of residential designers and Clark worked for a variety of prestigious firms before launching her own business several years ago.

Her uncle is an architect and a professor at her alma mater, the University of Kentucky, and her aunt is an interior designer as well. Clark did an internship with her aunt in college before graduating and moving out west to work for designers like Madeline Stuart in Los Angeles and Suzanne Tucker in San Francisco.

Her portfolio includes interiors from Palo Alto to Southampton, and she’s a mother to two children. In this interview with the San Francisco Chronicle, Clark talks about her background, her design philosophy and what she does to unwind.

Q: What’s your design philosophy?


A: My design philosophy is about the process and collaboration and client.

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Equnox Designs Recognised As the Leading Interior Design Firm in Sydney – Press Release

Property Development | Equnox Designs

Equnox Designs is the leading interior design firm in Sydney, help turn to transform that dream into reality, whether they are an investor, or looking to renovate the house or build the dream home, or deliver those sales.

Sydney, New South Wales – November 23, 2020 – Equnox Designs is one of the leading interior design firms in Sydney bring their client’s vision to life and deliver on their promise. They are a modern, cost-effective way to innovate the development process.

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When asked about their service, the spokesperson of Equnox Designs replies, “Equnox Designs, the leading builder in Sydney, focuses on designing, managing, and developing properties for people who want to step back and relax. The best part is, we can look after everything you need to build your dream home from start to finish. From the very first concept designs, through to interiors and

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33 Home Gifts For the Interior-Design-Lovers on a Budget



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35 Secrets Interior Designers Rely On To Make Homes Look Nicer & Feel Cozier

While upgrading your home, there are so many ways to make an impact without undergoing a full renovation. Minor enhancements like lighting, throw blankets, and pillows can make all the difference in the world when it comes to revamping your living space. To gain more insight, Bustle asked interior designers what Amazon products they use to make homes feel nicer and cozier. Their answers prove that it really doesn’t take much to give your home a quick upgrade.

Amira Johnson, an interior designer at Emerald Doors, says that introducing table and floor lamps with soft, warm lighting will offer some cozy ambiance. She also encourages placing warm, chunky knit blankets and faux fur throws over your sofa and lounge chairs to add texture to your living room.

Offering another bit of sage advice is Saul Cerni, an expert home decorator and founder of HomeISD.com. Cerni suggests introducing vintage-inspired pieces to

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Sophie Burke discusses interior design trends for 2021

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Nordic retreat (holiday residence) designed by Sophie Burke of Sophie Burke Design.
Nordic retreat (holiday residence) designed by Sophie Burke of Sophie Burke Design. Photo by Gillian Stevens Photography /PNG

Something noticeable about her work is how much attention she pays to her clients and how this translates into the interiors she creates for them. There is a sense of intimacy and captured personalities that are conveyed with warmth and without fanfare.

“On most of our projects, we’re working with clients for two to four years. You really get to know them. We want spaces to reflect who lives there, what works for them, and what works for them in terms of functionality. We do a deep dive into their hobbies, likes, passions, how they cook, do they cook with their partner? Or alone? What sports do they like? It just helps develop a full picture,” she says.

This technique makes projects more interesting for Burke and her

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Theory Design redesigns interior of showroom in Boca Grande

Theory Design has re-designed the interior of a Showroom it shares with Seagate Development Group in the heart of downtown Boca Grande’s heralded Historic District at 411 Park Avenue, Suite 1.  The re-design was executed after the Showroom’s existing furniture selections were sold.  New selections, including a beautiful sectional sofa finished with white fabric, lounge chairs with light wooden frames and white fabric, a soft grey leather ottoman that serves as a coffee table, white leather stools that feature a light tan accent band, and other new selections are available for purchase.  The re-design also included the introduction of new art pieces and color themes that feature key lime green and indigo accents.



a pool next to a building: Theory Design’s Senior Interior Designer Paula Myette is creating the interior for Seagate Development Group’s furnished Bal Harbour model now under construction at Hill Tide Estates on the southern tip of Boca Grande.


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Theory Design’s Senior Interior Designer Paula Myette is creating the interior for Seagate Development Group’s furnished Bal Harbour model now under construction at Hill Tide Estates on the southern tip of Boca Grande.

The elements

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