Monthly Archives: March 2012

Master Bedroom design & trends for relationships

Commonly known as the Master Bedroom, the bedroom where we sleep is the place where we spend approximately one third or more of our lives. That being said, you really want it to be comfortable and convenient. The design of … Continue reading

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FS2D Design tip for the living room

Position major pieces of furniture facing the entrance and in the power position. Why? Because it is not conductive to good circulation and energy flow to first see the back of the sofa when entering the room. If your sofa … Continue reading

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Kitchen remodeling for wellbeing

The kitchen is undoubtedly the heart of the home, and the principal representation of you and your family’s health. Since it is also one of the most used rooms in the house, giving it a makeover is one of the … Continue reading

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FS2D Design tip for Hallways: Give them character and beauty!

Why? Because you don’t want to treat your hallways like an afterthought. Select floorings that will create visual width and place artworks and pictures on the walls that will attract people’s attention.

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Is your living room out of balance?

Have you ever been in a living room where it is obvious that no one spends much time? The function of a living room is to foster life. It should invite people to gather together, socialize and relax. Based on … Continue reading

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What your front door says about you!

Have you ever wondered why millionaires have the most beautiful entrances and always use them? The entrance is where people walk into your home and get their first impression.  A fabulous door can truly create a focal point for your … Continue reading

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FS2D Design Group tip for the basement: Lighten, Brighten and place objects that send the eye upward!

Why? Just because this area of the house holds storage and is usually the least designed, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be a welcoming environment. Basements tend to be dark areas with low ceilings. Counteract this with up lighting, bright colors … Continue reading

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