Designs with Purpose, Integrity, Clarity & Grace
CLIPP = Certified Living in Place Professional
From redo to redone; full service interior design to meet your living needs. From additions & renovations to DIY consultations, and everything in between. Needs planning, space planning, design, project management, and purchasing: finishes, flooring, lighting, appliances, cabinetry, furniture, window treatments, art and decoration.
The work of a designer has a particular impact on the people that use the spaces we develop no matter the budget or scope of the project...
Birds, Bees & (Dinner at) Tiffany's: In support of Project Self-Sufficiency, tabletops are auctioned at the annual Taste of Talent / Dining by Design fundraiser (2018 table).
Provencal sans le Coc (French Country without the Rooster!): Project Self-Sufficiency Dining by Design Auction Table 2016
25 Years of Helping Others find their Silver Lining (Celebrating the 25th anniversary of Project Self-Sufficiency): Project Self-Sufficiency Dining by Design Auction Table 2012
Dinner & A Movie -The Artist (inspired by the Oscar winner): Project Self-Sufficiency Dining by Design Auction Table 2013
KATIE'S BEDROOM 2006: A Safe Haven of Hope was the concept for Katie's bedroom in 2006; for Katie's House, Inc.
BEFORE PHOTO of Katie's Vanity and Chair
AFTER PHOTO of Katie's vanity and chair. Sometimes you CAN turn trash into something to treasure (the drawers are lined with cherry-red velvet). This is Katie's favorite feature of her new room.
KATIE'S BEDROOM 2016: It has been my honor to serve Katie's House (for young adults with disabilities) since 2006, designing for Katie, completing the interiors of Richard's Place, and this, Katie's new bedroom and bath. I have many friends and business associates to thank for donating products, giving their time and sharing our love for this extraordinary young woman and her housemates.
ACCESSIBLE SHOWER: Walker, Wheelchair & Hoyer Lift Accessible. It can still look beautiful.
THE REALITY OF LIFE: For those with mobility challenges, it isn't just 'nice' to have certain items at hand, it's a necessity.
SHOWER NICHE: An extra niche for wash cloths and/or a soap dish; a hook for a shower cap, towel or wet wash cloth.
ACCESSIBLE VANITY: The Mirror was installed LOW for easy viewing & framed to look like a traditional hung mirror. The faucet offset to be within easy reach. A third outlet is behind the tambour which conceals the hairdryer (and the curlers!).