Interior Designers Brevard NC

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Alan Koenig Interior Design
(828) 693-4621
662 Middleton Rd.
Flat Rock, NC
 
Linda Spry Design Interiors
(828) 692-2264
125 4th Ave W
Hendersonville, NC
Specialties
Window Treatments, Color Specialist
Services Offered
Complete Interior Design
Contact
Linda Spry

Trisha McBride Ferguson
(336) 687-1604
5124 Spiral Wood Drive
Clemmons, NC
Specialties
Residential,Commercial

Diana MacCargar
(828) 456-9066
37 Church Street
Waynesville, NC
Specialties
Residential,Commercial,Home Staging

Rhonda Tilley
(919) 854-4490
5210 Hillsborough Street
Raleigh, NC
Specialties
Residential,Commercial

Alan Koenig Interior Design
(828) 693-4621
662 Middleton Rd. Flat Rock
Flat Rock, NC
 
Chritine langlois
(919) 599-7476
10 Leeward Court
Durham, NC
Specialties
Residential,Home Staging

Denise Whitley
(919) 345-0040
5435 Brandy Bay Road
Raleigh, NC
Specialties
Residential,Home Staging

Brenda Fraser
(336) 887-2020
805 N. Main st
High Point, NC
Specialties
Residential,Commercial,Home Staging

Penny Law
(704) 509-9111
PO Box 480878
Charlotte, NC
Specialties
Residential,Commercial,Home Staging

Affordable Design Solutions

by Special to Casa Latina on November 18, 2010

in Design Studio

Affordable Solutions to Freshen Up Any Home

As the colors, smells and textures begin to turn from one season to the next, many women begin to think about freshening up the inside of their homes. One easy way to update any home is to add a fresh scent that matches the room’s décor. Get inspired by the variety of vibrant colors and aromas that each season brings and create an at-home scent experience with Glade Sense & Spray Automatic Freshener . Matching fragrance to the look and style of the room, whether with colorful new throw pillows or a faux flower arrangement, makes updating a room easy and cost-effective.

Interior Designer Erinn Valencich

Interior designer, home trend expert and frequent guest on HGTV Erinn Valencich knows exactly how to make small changes that can have a big impact. “Scent is a fantastic way to make any room feel welcoming and complete without making any major renovations, which can be expensive and permanent,” says Valencich. “Families today are searching for easy solutions to revamp their living spaces without breaking the bank, and my customers often don’t realize that décor and scent are closely connected. Discovering a signature fragrance will tremendously add to a room’s design by creating a warm and inviting atmosphere,” she notes.

In order to offer budget-friendly tips that families can use to update their living spaces, Valencich has partnered with Glade Sense & Spray Automatic Freshener . Together, they hope these tips will enhance families’ at-home scent experience and show how affordable and easy it can be to update any room by stimulating the senses through color, texture and scent: 

Think Outside the Box

Look at items purely based on color and see a room in a whole new light. Valencich says painting an accent wall is one of the easiest ways to get a fresh pop of color into a room. To make the room cohesive, pick three accessories in that same color and position them around the room in a triangle pattern. This could be a few new throw pillows on the sofa and a vase on the mantle with a few chic blooms. Coffee table books with jackets in the accent color work great as styling accessories, as well. 

Bring the Outdoors Inside

Greenery is often overlooked in a home but really gives a room life. If a live tree is too much of a commitment, incorporate an artificial tree, plant or arrangement. Use a stylish pot an...

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