Posted by liz on Jan 24th, 2012
I’ve been working on 3 projects this week that have proved to be advancing with technology. Using Pinterest/asparagusdesign, allows me to communicate a “whole approach” to selecting fabric, choosing furniture and setting the “scene” for client involvement.
At Asparagus Interiors, I value your input and welcome your feedback. Presenting selections in a collaborative arrangment only helps us work better together. Tired of cataloging inspiration images pages ripped out of a magazines? Consider sharing your Pinterest board and see the design come together.
Posted by liz on Jan 17th, 2012
This month, Chicago Home Improvement Magazine, featured a custom framing project I’ve been working on. An opportunity to display photographs in a fun and vintage inspired way. The custom frame allows you to use funky magnets to display your images and artwork.
Made with a magnetic steel insert, the frame was created from reclaimed wood out of old Chicago doors – by Foundre.
Check out the article at:
Chicago Home Improvement Magazine Jan/Feb: Homefront Article – Asparagus Interiors Feature
Posted by liz on Jan 12th, 2012
Looking for a backsplash that’s clean, fresh, modern and relatively low cost? Consider glass.
With a basic color, metallic finish or wallpaper backing glass can take your backsplash to a more simplified cleaner look. Sleek, easy to care for, and reflective. Glass is a finish that opens your space and keeps your kitchen light.
Example – I liked: Modern Oslo Apartment found on Busyboo.com / twitter: busyboo
Posted by liz on Jan 9th, 2012
Contemplating a kitchen redesign but can quite get a grasp on the end result? This weekend I began working with the Autodesk Homestyler.
With its integrated furniture and finish features, you can get a 3D vision of your redesigned space before any ground is broken. Consider discussing a 3D plan with your designer. It’s nice to get a peak into your world from the top down.