When in doubt, go fewer, bigger, or all the same. Too many small and varied decor items sitting around looks like clutter and often it can take on a “country” look. This is no problem if you have been intentional about that choice but be careful if you are shooting for an "Urban Minimalist" look because I’m here to say, too many “smalls” is NOT going to cut it unless they are multiples of the same item. If you feel that you simply must display everything then go out and get a few eye-catching large items to go with the “smalls”  in order to draw your eye into the display.  Happy Fall.

How about using an old wool blanket or plaid piece of fabric with Fall colors  for a tablecloth? In fact, bring out lots of blanket throws and pile them in a basket for your family and friends to grab and curl up in as the weather changes. By all means, do not perfectly fold your throws before laying it on your couch or chair!  If you do, no one will feel comfortable grabbing it to use...that’s why they are called “throws”! Another idea for that Fall feeling is to look around outside and pick up all sorts of naturey Fall items to bring inside?  Acorns. Branches of red berries. Rocks in pretty colors and shapes. Pinecones. Mossy branches. Leaves (duh). Happy Fall.

People often assume that Fall decor must be in reds, oranges, golds and greens. Wrong. Have you ever thought about decor to coordinate with YOUR decor. Purple pumpkins … awesome!  Blue acorns … sure!  Items that coordinate with your regular decor or lean to the neutral side are fantastic ways to keep the flow of your home going. Also, remember that anything looks great spray painted white, right? The metallic look is another option so grab a can of spray paint and start updating those old tired seasonal accessories. Happy Fall.

Outside your home leaves are swirling and whirling and dropping everywhere.  That’s how we know it’s Fall. When it comes to decorating inside your home it’s not like anyone wants to see an explosion of leaves in there too. Whether it’s pumpkins, leaves, ghosts or other Fall accessories, it’s best to set up smaller concentrated areas of decor … say three or four areas around the house. How about one in your living room, one in your bathroom, one in the kitchen and one in the entry. By doing it this way rather than spreading it all over your house you will actually SEE  your decor and enjoy it more. Happy Fall.


Lorraine's Values

No job is too small

Creating liveable spaces that are not simply about being pretty

Bringing families together through good design

Using what clients already have when at all possible

Practical solutions that are as beautiful as possible

Window coverings that combine function with beauty

Helping you get the project done

Coordinating a color pallet throughout the home



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Many designers choose to hide their fees.  Lorraine charges $100 an hour. The initial consultation is collected at the time of service in the form of check or cash and the appointment must be a minimum of 1 1/2 hours. If the appointment takes less than that there will be a $150 fee charged regardless.  Trip charges are incurred for anything over 15 miles from the Lorraine Interiors office.

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