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- Meet the Design House Designers – Rita St. Clair Associates, Inc.
- Meet the Design House Designers – Victor Shargai & Associates, Inc.
- Meet the Design House Designers – Nestor Santa-Cruz
- Meet the Design House Designers – Michael Roberson Interior Design
- Meet the Design House Designers – Frank Babb Randolph Interior Design
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The Family Room was designed by Rita St. Clair of Rita St. Clair Associates, Inc. Designers are often called on to create aesthetically pleasing spaces in addition to creating order from chaos. The family room is often the designated space … Continue reading
The Dining Room was designed by Victor Shargai, Blair Riggs & Rahman Seraj of Victor Shargai & Associates, Inc. “The room in which he sat had the same lack of conformity to any period or scheme. It was a personal … Continue reading
The Study was designed by Nestor Santa-Cruz, LEED AP, IIDA, of Gensler. I see the job of a designer to be a combination of wearing different “hats”: a psychologist and a teacher at the same time. In the past, I have … Continue reading
The Garden Room was designed by Michael Roberson, ASID of Michael Roberson Interior Design. It was an interesting premise. How do you create a “garden room”on the 5th floor of a city building with no gardens in sight? The answer, … Continue reading
The Portico was designed by Frank Babb Randolph of Frank Babb Randolph Interior Design. A classical entrance to a home inspired by the Greco-Roman culture which has in turn influenced our Western way of living today. A transitional space from … Continue reading
The Foyer was designed by Kelley Proxmire of Kelley Interior Design. For her “Glitz and Glamour Galore” Foyer, Kelley Proxmire envisioned the Park Avenue home of a New York socialite and the backdrop for big entertaining. The inspiration for the … Continue reading
The Living Room was designed by David A. Herchik and Richard J. Looman of JDS Designs, Inc. JDS’ concept for the Living Room was a collaboration between modern and retro. Inspired by the Bohemian batik feel of the plum and gold … Continue reading