Friday’s Find: Susan Siefer’s Artwork

Susan Siefer of Massachusetts is an amazingly talented artist. Well, you give me a wonderful artist who is creative in every way and I will play, play, play. These 6×6 tiled artwork pieces are only $30 and hold interest, depth, color and vibrancy! If you are looking for something that is perfect for the one… Continue reading Friday’s Find: Susan Siefer’s Artwork

Throwback Thursday & The Pole Lamp

I tried researching for the Pole Lamp and there was not one result. I guess it’s a “Throwback”? But a functional one! I resurrected this pole lamp and put artwork on the shades to modernize the fixture and it’s perfect for the space. Why? 1) Because there is not enough room for a side… Continue reading Throwback Thursday & The Pole Lamp

Creating a Clean Palette

When it comes to artwork, I often hear that people are confused or stuck with their direction and goals. Many people struggle with “Where to begin” or “I’m stuck”. My first advise is to give is to create a clean palette. Step 1: Take Down all the art from the existing wall. This immediately shakes… Continue reading Creating a Clean Palette

History of Homes

Every home has a story. Even a new construction home has a story of finding the lot, designing the home, the building process and pulling together the interiors and landscapes. Stories make an environment rich with dimension and interest. Our 1910 Bungalow in Portsmouth, NH was basically a poor mans simple home that had an… Continue reading History of Homes