Friday, July 17, 2009
Liven up your summer by adding accessories in porcelain white and bright colors.
These accents can bring the lively, cheerful colors of summer into your favorite room. There are a variety of well-priced accent pieces that can add seasonal zip for summer. We decorate for the holiday season, why not for the summer season? Try a bright white bowl filled with colorful fruit like bright yellow lemons or green granny smiths.
Vases, photo frames, servicing trays are all great ways to bring bright accents into your space. Keep accent items small and in groupings or use one or two large bright pieces to add focal accents. White is a great “non-color” to work with as other colors can be added to it to suit the season and décor of your room.
All accent accessories shown here are from Two’s Company “Palm Springs” Collection available through William Miller Design in Palm Desert- providing interior design services for the communities of Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Cathedral City, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, and La Quinta.
Posted by Matthew Reader at 10:23 AM
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
Looking for a way to add some depth and dimension to your walls? Why not begin a love affair with one of our favorite locally-made interior design products, Panelmax. William Miller Design has been using this product in residential interior design projects in Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, and Indian Wells for several years.
This paneling is a sculpted MDF and can be painted, stained, or a 3-D laminate can be applied. The patterns that Panelmax has available are endless, and look great in so many ways. William Miller Design's most recent interior design project at a residence in The Reserve in Indian Wells, California featured Panelmax on the dining room ceiling. The set of ABC's show "Castle" features Panelmax on the walls (photo courtesy of ABC) also features Panelmax as well as local retailer Trina Turk.
Panelmax is crafted from 100% pre-consumer recycled hardwood fiber product and is considered eco-friendly.
Posted by Matthew Reader at 9:56 AM