Cassey Ho is a busy, energetic, motivating woman and her Blogilates site is amazing! If you have never watched any of her videos, you have to get to it. Cassey is so upbeat and inspiring, she makes working out enjoyable and fun. One of her recent videos featured a 3 minute arms workout while sitting on the colorful Bombay rug, surrounded by her fabulous new living room setup!! Cassey’s living room includes gorgeous pieces like the George Sofa and the Kathryn Mirrored Console, such a stunning makeover!!
(photos from Blogilates and High Fashion Home)
Recently, High Fashion Home paired up with Elle Decor to discuss some tips on how to create the perfect dining room. Given an empty space, there are some tried and true design ideas that are worth repeating. One of my biggies, for sure, are curtains. I love curtains and how they transform a room! Check out the Elle Decor article for the complete list! Thank you, Elle Decor!!
(all photos from Elle Decor)
Oh. My. Goodness!!! I am so excited about doing this post!!! Recently, House Beautiful featured High Fashion Home and HFH’s own, Dolley Levan Frearson, in their How To Refresh Your Living Room In 8 Steps! Dolley completely transformed the entry and front living room of this Houston home giving it the wow factor the homeowners were looking for! Brilliant job, Dolley!! And, thank you, House Beautiful!!
(all photos from House Beautiful)
AFTER!!! See! Amazing! Shifting the furniture around a bit really opened up the living room. The large Nourison Luminance Steel Rug
looks perfect in here.
The entry BEFORE.
AFTER!!! Adding the Helena Bookcase
gave the previously empty wall a fabulous new life!
We are always flattered when magazines, newspapers, blogs etc., mention us in their room makeover ideas. Recently, designer Jennifer Snowden answered a room design issue that was sent to The Washington Post (Home and Garden section) and she suggested High Fashion Home’s Wright Desk be used in the redo. Thanks for the love, Jennifer!!
(photos from Washington Post and big thank you to Shaaron V. for bringing this mention to our attention!!)
This is the actual photo submitted to The Washington Post for makeover help. Shejal Desai and her husband, Joshua Carpenter, wanted to use their extra room for “art projects, reading and playing music” but wanted to add some style to the space.
Designer Jennifer Snowden, drew out her ideas for the space, which include various textures, patterns and colors. And, look! There’s HFH’s Wright Desk
against the wall. : ) Love the plan that Jennifer came up with for Joshua and Shejal!