While in Rochester NY last week I drove by this gorgeous picturesque scene and just had to turn around for a picture. I LOVE everything about this coastal home…the immaculately manicured yard, the shingles on the roof, the gray-on-white color scheme, and more than anything, that view! And not just from the street, can you imagine the view from that sunroom?
The hotel is a retro gem, wonderfully decorated with a mid century modern decor. It opened originally in 1978, after 35 years it was purchased by new owners, and they have done a great job renovating and updating the comfort and amenities, while retaining it’s very cool mid-century vibe.
Princeton is a small city located around 50 miles northeast of Dallas with a population of around 7800. Surrounded by the rural Texas countryside, many people in Princeton take their Tex-Western decor seriously.
So when this family decided to decorate, the challenge was to avoid the standard “Western” decor and create a fresher, more updated Western-Chic.
Gray continues to be the perfect neutral for a transitional decor. Here it serves as the backdrop on the walls and repeated again in the furniture and rug. Continue reading…
If you want a master bedroom that is calm, fresh, and relaxing, consider using a cool color pallet. Blues and greens have a calming affect that are perfect for bedrooms, like in this recent project for a deserving couple of two rambunctious boys.
Before the transformation, the bedroom had a warmer color pallet of golds, browns and burgundy. Continue reading…
Our relationship with McKinney’s Stonebridge Ranch began in 2009 when Dorsch Interiors was awarded the contract to decorate the Community Association’s Great Room and Community Room. Since then, we’ve worked on enhancing the decor of various areas of the property. Today the Community Room is again being updated and we are excited to be involved in the process.
The Community Room is a meeting place for residents of Stonebridge Ranch. It’s used for meetings, parties, baby showers, and other various resident activities. These activities have been increasing every year and so it’s time for an expansion.
The room will be larger and more functional. It’ll include a coffee bar and a large projection screen, two things that are currently lacking. The expansion will also accommodate separate restrooms for men and women. The current room has a single unisex. New tables and chairs have been custom ordered. The new décor will continue to be in keeping with the look, style and colors of the Great Room, which we completed in 2009. Continue reading…
Do you remember when you first bought furniture for your son’s or daughter’s bedroom? Chances are it was when they were very young, and now, only a few years later, they’re teenagers! And somehow with all the wear and all the years, the room is looking drab and no longer reflecting the child that resides there. Time to update.
I believe that a good time to update your teenager’s bedroom is between the ages of 14 & 16. The trick is, to decorate the room so that it reflects’s your child’s current personality, AND still be appropriate (with economical and minor changes) as a guest bedroom when the child leaves for college. That was one of the requirements on this “Artsy Teen Bedroom” project.
A poster of Andy Warhol’s Marilyn was the inspiration for this artsy teen bedroom. The print holds a personal meaning for the teen girl that lives here, who is a talented musician. Her criteria was simple…a room that was uncluttered and “artsy”…and one that promoted and encouraged her talent.
This weekend I decided to organize and rearrange my home office. In the process I brought down my 4 miniature boxes that have been displayed on top of my office armoire for years. Back in the late 80’s, I spent a lot of time enjoying my hobby at the time; miniature building. I hadn’t picked up my 4 boxes in SO long, so I became instantly captivated by the work I had done so many years ago. I must’ve had a lot more patience back then!