Forget the Halloween gore…here’s proof that Halloween décor doesn’t have to be creepy to be festive! Candy corn candles. Photo via Woman’s Day. Painted pumpkins. Photo via Ooh La Luxe. Cheery pumpkins. Photo via Pottery Barn. Pumpkin head. Photo via 7055 Inc. Boo! Photo via Ballard [...]
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Nested in the mountains of Park City, Utah, this fully remodeled residence blends modern architectural elements with traditional design pieces—a style we like to call ‘The New Traditional’. The house was originally bought to remodel and flip, but the serene mountain views of Park City won over the homeowners and inspired them to make this [...]
An entryway is the first and last thing guests see. We perused Pinterest in search of our favorite entryways and these entries are sure to leave a lasting impression! An entryway that exudes elegance – Photo via SIDG Draw guests into your home with a stylish runner, but keep foot traffic in [...]
We are delighted to announce our new company name. Formerly known as Savvy Interior Design Group, we have made the change to SIDG. We are looking forward to continuing our relationship with you under our new company name, SIDG.
Thanksgiving will be here before you know it! After perusing Pinterest, we found a plethora of fall tablescapes perfect for a Thanksgiving feast. Scroll down and take a look: Citrus Inspired – Photo via Pinterest: @ boltonbuildersinc.com Minimal + Magnificent – Photo via Pinterest: @ apartmenttherapy.com Rustic Dream – Photo via Pinterest: [...]
Often people consider remodeling or decorating the “public spaces” in their homes since that is where they plan to entertain, but when you make a list of priorities maybe you should consider yourself first. Where will you receive the most benefit? And, maybe the biggest benefit will be in giving your bedroom a [...]
“Windows dress themselves.” This is Pauline’s theory about designing window treatments, and here are the steps… Does the area in question require light control (for sun protection, black out for sleeping, TV viewing, etc.)? Does the room require privacy? Is there a large header (space above the window to the ceiling line)? A large header [...]