Archive for the ‘Interior Design’ Category

Inspired Living: Design Tips For Your Home

February 9th, 2012

Whether you’re stepping into a new home or wanting to reinvent yourself in your existing space SAASS can assist you.  However small or large your desired change is, it will impact and enhance how you feel about your space. Whether its a fresh coat of paint, a few new pieces and accessories all blended beautifully together with your favourite existing pieces or starting from scratch on a new canvas its about finding a way to bring out your personal reflection of who you are into

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Does Colour Impact Our Life

February 6th, 2012

Colour. Take a moment and think about what comes to mind when you hear or think about the word colour.  I’m sure for most of us we associate colour in the simplest of ways by identifying with what our “favourite colour” is, but let me ask you this, have you considered how colour impacts our life? First, lets start by exploring how colour affects us physically and how it plays a role in our mood and then perhaps we can start to better understand the

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Orange: The Hot New Colour for 2012

January 18th, 2012

Well, they say all good things come to those who wait! I first started looking to add splashes of orange accents to my space a good two years ago and let me tell you it was a challenge.  It’s not easy being ahead of the times!  It took until last summer to finally start seeing bits of orange popping up here and there and with that I finally found some great eye popping orange and cream fabric that I could use for accent pillows. I

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Is Your Space Weighing You Down

January 18th, 2012

Does it feel good to be in your space?  Does it make you smile; feel light and happy? Sometimes when we’re thinking about wanting to make a change to the space we live in we immediately think it has to be big. We take the attitude of needing new furniture, new paint, new stuff and can only think, “get rid of the old and in with the new” and sometimes this is exactly what is needed.  If it weren’t my job as a designer would

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