Color Crave: Complex Blues

Sep 22, 2017 Caitlin Harrison
Blue is a favorite color of most people. It’s nature’s color for water and sky; it is cold, wet and slow as compared to red’s fire and intensity. Blue has more complex and contradictory meanings […]
May 2017

Rooftop Retreat

May 15, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
The Hargett Place Designer Showcase spotlighted trends in home furnishings through the eyes of different designers across the Triangle. The rooftop patio, designed by Homebridge Design, created a memorable outdoor space. “It’s an urban setting […]
April 2017

Room Envy

Apr 10, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Sally Williams, Principal Interior Designer at Colorful Concepts Interior Design (, is known for working in both traditional and contemporary styles. She loves injecting color and vibrancy into her timeless designs and, here, she shares […]
November 2016

Scarlet Fever

Nov 14, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
Deep, rich reds invigorate and invite the holidays in. Use in large doses or to add small pops of color to soothing neutrals. “I love Benjamin Moore 2080-20 Patriot Red. It is a rich, saturated […]
November 2016

Classic Corner

Nov 14, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
“Every bedroom should have a space that is comfortable for reading or drinking your morning coffee,” says designer Tula Summerford of Design by Tula. Here, she offers her expertise on this enviable space. 1. Pair […]
A Tale of Two Colors
February 2016

A Tale of Two Colors

Feb 2, 2016 Christa Gala
For the first time in history, the “Color Bible,” Pantone, decided to blend two colors to form the color of the year for 2016. We were intrigued. Everybody should be happy; it’s a blending of Rose […]
Pop with Color
February 2016

Pop with Color

Feb 2, 2016 Sarah Fallows
Contemplating bold decor? Check out designer Leigh Mosby’s North Raleigh townhome living room. Owner of MLM interiors and selections coordinator for Legacy Custom Homes, Mosby nailed her design with pops of pink, golds and greens. Her […]
December 2015 / January 2016

Winter White and Natural Decor

Nov 30, 2015 Sarah Fallows
Red and green Christmas décor is losing steam this season (don’t worry; it’ll be back!). But white actually adds a hint of winter’s beauty to your home—and helps extend holiday décor into February. Blending white […]