Creating Drama with Neutrals: Top NYC Real Estate Stager Shares 5 No-Fail Paint Secrets

Top NYC Real Estate Stager Shares 5 No-Fail Paint Secrets “We can use paint to calm chaotic spaces, make a room appear larger, mask imperfections, and give a home charm and wow factor” – Cheryl Eisen, President, Interior Marketing Group

As soon as I read the Times article about stager Cheryl Eisen, the reigning prop princess of luxury New York real estate, I had to email her.… Continue reading

Intrinsically Tricia: The Designer’s Favorite Whites, Neutrals, & Grays

Tricia Foley’s designs are unassumingly refined and luxuriously simple. While spaces layered with neutrals and naturals celebrate essential comforts year round, airy fresh whites seem to be the perfect cure for the rest of summer.

interior designer tricia foleyTricia Foley recently made the move from city to country.… Continue reading

Do You Prefer A Warm, Cool, or Neutral Colored Room?

Warm, cool, or neutral paint colors can impact a room’s mood and it is one of the least expensive ways to dramatically change the personality of a space.

Warm colors in a room create a welcoming and vivacious energy. We raised the comfort level of this space by painting the walls da vinci’s canvas 208 which is a saturated golden-yellow with a quiet apricot undertone.The rich wood floor has reddish undertones that work well with the walls.… Continue reading

A House Full of Cool Colors

I heard a news story recently which proclaimed 85 percent of the U.S. population live in air-conditioned ‘circumstances.’ ‘Circumstances,’ is probably the operative word here, and my particular circumstance is not air-conditioned. While the debate in my house over whether the benefits of a constant breeze and fans is the equivalent of whole house climate control rages on, Grant Beige, HC-84 is adding a cooling and calming contrast to my side of the argument. Turns out it’s indisputable; you can cool a room with a cool color and improve your circumstance dramatically while you are at it. Continue reading