Thursday, February 6, 2014

February 4, 2014
Dear Sally,

Hello Everyone,
Hasn't this been a crazy winter!  I don't know when I've been more ready for tulips to bloom and the temperatures to rise.  I'd even trade these cold temps for hayfever!  (Well, probably not!)
While the weather is deciding what it's going to do for the next few weeks, it's a great time to make plans and decisions about changes you want to make in the Spring.  
Our "Make a Plan, Work the Plan" consultation service has been very helpful to many of you as you develop plans for your home.  It's a great way to get the ball rolling and avoid costly mistakes along the way.  Email Sally for all the details!
The first part of the year is full of trend predicting, and the Dallas design market show was bursting with ideas, new color palettes and interesting design elements.  I thought it would be fun to introduce some of the trends that I'm seeing in the market place to you in a monthly feature.  
New Feature!
Trends come and trends go.  The pendulum in design tends to swing pretty dramatically, and it's a challenge to keep up with what's new.  I'm going to use this space each month to showcase a trend that I'm seeing in the design world.  While few of us go headlong into a new trend, there are ways we can incorporate elements that are new into our more traditional styling and keep things looking fresh.  Keep scrolling to see a few examples of ways to incorporate this month's trend into your home!

Preview!   Next month we'll feature the new trend in color for 2014 : PASTELS!

Need some great ideas for Valentine's Day?  Check out my Pinterest board for lots of cool pins for making the day really special for those you love!
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  1. Good read! I must talk about the way you’ve organized your ideas and thoughts on the Bathroom . I think you can help us even more by adding some more relevant insights into the topic. However, the post still gives us a head start to the next update to our website Toiletsguide . Thank you


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