Have you ever wondered where to begin when it comes to interior design? Between beautiful Pinterest inspiration photos and hours spent binging HGTV, it can be tough to determine where to begin when it comes to designing and decorating your own home. The first step is to find out your interior design style and we’ve designed a quick and fun quiz to help you discover which style matches your tastes best!
Is your personal style more contemporary, featuring neutral color palettes, sleek lines, and a focus on softer elements for maximum comfort and style? Or is it more minimalist, where less is more and simplistic pieces, clean lines, and neutral color palettes bring the space together? Maybe it’s more transitional, a blend of traditional and modern designs for a timeless, clean and classic look.
Interested in learning about the inspiration behind the beautiful interior design at Robinson Landing? In this new video, EYA Marketing's Senior Design Manager Amanda King and Interior Designer Erica Burns talk about the design process and the goal of conveying a sense of sophistication and modern living in our interior spaces.
Over the past year, our homes have become our offices, schools, restaurants, gyms, and much more. The way we live in our spaces, interact with our families, and cope with new co-workers (we’re looking at you, attention-seeking pets) has fundamentally changed, making it important to create designated rooms and spaces for different activities that are all now done under one roof.
When searching for inspiring interior designs online, it can seem like you need to start from scratch to achieve the look you want, but that isn't necessarily the case. When designing the three new model homes at Tower Oaks, our interior designers from Carlyn & Company Interiors + Design drew from furniture, artwork, and accessories from previous EYA model homes to create new designs, repurposing and reorganizing for a fresh look and perspective. Similar to homeowners moving to a new space, they took stock of items they had and worked to put together cohesive model home designs, each with a different theme throughout.