Serving Vancouver, Washington, Clark County and Portland, Oregon
Creating beautiful environments can be accomplished in different ways. On this website you will find many rooms that I helped beautify, either through design, new cabinetry, painting or specialty items that created the “wow” factor. I have a degree in Interior Design, have worked as a kitchen designer for a cabinet shop and have drawn over a hundred house and remodel plans that people are enjoying today. I hope you will browse through my many pictures, not only of my own projects, but also of other designer/artist projects that inspired me. I hope it helps motivate you to try new projects and helps you create beautiful environments for your own enjoyment. My goal is to help you on this journey, either through pictures that inspire or hands on, working directly with you. I welcome any e-mails that are sincerely looking for help in my areas of expertise and will try to respond promptly. Enjoy browsing.
I have to add some links to some great web sites of people that are very dear to me. They are very talented and well worth a visit.
Bella Nonna means "beautiful grandmother". For anyone who loves quilting, this is a great website. The owner is extremely talented and has some very unique ideas along with some great and unique products, kits, patterns and books. The website: http://www.bellanonnaquilt.com/
This photographer is very unique and takes awesome pictures of anything from newborns to weddings. She is located in the Seattle area but will travel to other locations. Take a look at her galleries! She has some beautiful photographs! Web site: http://www.lauraringphotography.com/
This link is to a cabinet shop in Kalispell, Montana. The cabinets maker is someone I have known since his birth, watched him grow up, marry and start a family. He started out building houses with his father-in-law and has changed his focus to cabinets. He is doing some beautiful things with wood these days. Click on the picture and check him out!
"Decorate your home. It gives the illusion that your life is more interesting than it really is." by Charles M. Schulz