Many of my clients want to use the color gray in their homes that are currently filled with beige tile flooring, beige carpet, and beige furniture that they want to keep. 

Many are concerned that the beige and gray colors will not compliment each other, and they are right to be concerned. 

The main reason why beige and gray do not often work well together is because beige is a warm color and gray is a cool color. 

With proper planning, we can decorate each room in a way that makes the beige and gray look intentional.

Almost everyone feels that they do not have enough closet space.  One way to get more closet space is to rework your current closet storage to be more efficient.  While working on your closet layout, you should also consider some simple changes to make your closet more attractive and organized.  Here are a few ways to upgrade your closet without having to do a complete remodel.

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The predominant colors of most baby nurseries are baby pink and baby blue. 

The typical prints are polka dots, toile, chevron, and stripes. 

If there is a graphic print, it is normally a cartoon animal. 



Instead of investing in juvenile decor for your baby's nursery that they will soon outgrow, consider decorating their nursery in a style that will grow with them. 

I have created a Victorian inspired nursery design to present other unique ideas for decorating a baby nursery. 

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 Peach Green Gray Victorian Inspired Nursery

Almost everyone who lives in a warm climate requires ceiling fans in order to cool their homes, however ceiling fans are typically not very attractive.  Most interior designers hate them, however they are a necessary evil for some.  Luckily, there are a few ceiling fans that are not overly unattractive. 

designer approved ceiling fans

Most people's homes are filled with the popular metal colors chrome, nickel, brass, pewter, gold, oil rubbed bronze, and/or wrought iron. 

If you are looking for something a bit different, you should consider using rose gold. 

Rose gold can be used on a few accessories in your home if you are not totally committed, or you can dive right in and use rose gold on all of your metallic items. 

Rose gold looks especially nice paired with light pink and regular gold. 

It would also look great in a contemporary space paired with black and white. 

Since rose gold has a pink tint, it is typically used in rooms where the primary occupant is female. 

It should definitely be considered when decorating a dorm room, teenage girl's room, or a female's office (either home office or office away from home). 

Using rose gold in your room is the mature way to incorporate pink without it looking too juvenile.

Rose gold home accessories

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