I’ve always wished that I could be a person who looked forward to the carefree days of summer and had a laissez-fare attitude toward the whole thing.
Hard to explain and even harder to pronounce, the Danish word ‘hygge’ (pronounced “hoo-ga”, or hue-gah), this Danish expression has no direct English translation, but roughly means a sense of coziness and warmth—Candlelight is hygge (Danes burn more candles per head than anywhere in Europe, according to the European Candle Association). Bakeries are hygge. Dinner with friends is hygge. In essence, hygge means creating a warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good people, and is’s the biggest interiors trend of the new season.
I believe a thoughtfully designed home provides a place to express ourselves, to rest, and foster relationships. A place that feels good to be in and makes life easier. That practical needs and style aspirations should guide your plans in equal measure to create a unique one of a kind space that truly works for your family.
Working with Melissa really opened up my eyes to the full potential of my space.
Anita S. May 19, 2016
I would tell them that you have amazing patience and a very good eye for design.
Suzan C. May 19, 2016
Uniquely beautiful + perfectly practical interior design for modern life
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