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An Interior Designer’s Home – Kitchen Design

Doug and I love to cook and we love to cook in our kitchens. Our first kitchen design in our first home definitely had a work triangle, only because you could turn around in the room and work at any one of our major appliances- it was that small.  The work...

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Holiday Decorating Services

Take the stress out of holiday decorating and allow us the opportunity to create a winter wonderland of your dreams. Our holiday 2020 rate of $100/hour includes delivery, decorating (along with items from your holiday archive) and removal of all the rubbish, including...

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Splurging on home luxuries and stained finishes in Omaha, NE

As most of our clients are spending more time in their home, they are recognizing the need for updates and are looking to add more “home luxuries.” We’ve noticed that our clients are using their intended travel and vacation budget on home improvements. However, they aren’t just doing the basic updates. We have spent more design time on “vacation at home” projects, including pools and pool houses, spas, and outdoor living spaces –  Lorele Lesoing, Lee Douglas Interiors 

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An Interior Designer’s Home – Outdoor Spaces

Welcome to my home…………my second home. No, it’s not in a second location, it’s just right outside my back door!  Who doesn’t want more living space?  If you have maxed out your space inside, make a room outside.  This blog will walk you through what I...

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An Interior Designer’s Home – Entryways

There are formal or guest entries and there are family or back entries; in some cases, they are the same entry.  Today we are going to talk entry.  The guest or formal entry is one area that you don’t live in so there is no reason it shouldn’t be in perfect...

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An Interior Designer’s Home – The Dining Room

Have you ever been invited to a dinner party and when you sit down you’re sitting too low, straddling a table leg, in a chair that is very uncomfortable, staring at the ball on the bottom of a completely outdated chandelier that is catching the sun precisely by the...

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An Interior Designer’s Home – Inside the Bathroom

We started this blog series with the Master Bedroom, and now we’re onto its extension, the Master Bathroom. As an extension of the bedroom, it’s often thought to be compatible in both color and style. The two combined along with nearby rooms such as a connected...

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