Roderick’s Tips


Make room for creativity with October Mist 1495, the Benjamin Moore Color of the Year 2022. This gently shaded sage quietly anchors a space, while encouraging individual expression through color.

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REEDesigns 4 TIPS FOR CREATING A STUNNING HOME OFFICE:Working from home now? Now matter how big your space ponder these 4 tips: 1. Consider the light – bright light can be wonderful for mood, however not when it is glaring onto your computer screen. Take both natural and artificial light sources into account when planning the room. Add shears or blinds and possibly reorient you screen. 2.  Keep things organized!  Nothing kills productivity like than a cluttered work space. especially if it is small. 3. Incorporate art and object’s for personality. 4. Breathe some nature into the space with plants or fresh cut...

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What you see from your window is part of interior design. This curated March Jasmine will appeal to the senses for a couple moths, especially with the window open. The sweet smell of...

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ITS HERE,COLOR OF THE YEAR! The 2020 color of the year is Benjamin Moores 2102-70, First Light.This happy hue rings in a new decade with rosy optimism. It’s not quite pink and it’s not quite orange and is subtle enough to use on all all 4 walls or layer with other...

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Color:  Add a colorful rug runner the length of the kitchen. TIP! Use an outdoor rug. They are available in many colors and patterns that withstand spills and wear. Adding a runner rug is a great way to add contrast, color, and personality. Lighting: Warm tinted, well placed light is important in a kitchen. Replace the cold Blue light of your fluorescent fixtures with can lights. Use LED bulbs for energy savings. Or when using traditional can flood lights simply put them on a dimmer. Tip! Add table lamps on either side of a long counter. The lamps will cast a warm glow and add ambience. Art: If you have galley style kitchen, hanging a large work of art on the far wall will create a focal point and draw you into the space Tip! For more visual impact try grouping 6 framed pieces of the same size together instead of 1 large piece. This will make the kitchen feel bigger and add...

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