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Located in Santa Rosa, I am extending half-price design services to those affected by the recent fires in Sonoma County. Coming very close to losing my own home in the Tubbs fire that ripped through Sonoma County, and being evacuated for a week, I have been thinking how best I can serve my community in Continue Reading
Let’s talk about TVs, or what I like to refer to as a designer’s nightmare. They keep getting bigger and bigger, and harder to incorporate into the design of the room.
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OUTLINE OF SERVICES Working With an Interior Designer…The Process This Outline of Services reflects how Helen Sharritt, President/ Interior Designer of Helen Sharritt Interiors Ltd., works with her clients. About Helen Sharritt Helen Sharritt is a graduate of the New York School of Interior Design. She specializes in home design and has done extensive work Continue Reading
Working with Helen Sharritt Interiors Ltd. Initial Client Conversation (in person, by telephone or e-mail communication) Client id’s scope of project Outline of the HSI process
HOUSTON – A new nesting season has begun. Amid signs that the economy is recovering, that fickle migratory species known as Homeowner sapiens is fluffing its feathers. Many homeowners are thinking about remodeling or upgrading to new spaces. They’ll have no shortage of decisions to make: At the National Association of Homebuilders’ annual international show Continue Reading
I am using the word cycle on purpose, rather than trend. When I think of trends, I think of things that are popular for a shorter period of time than a cycle. As an example, consider the popularity of wood species. Over the last 15 years we have seen oak’s popularity give way to cherry, Continue Reading