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— 2023: Year of Maximalism —

After two challenging years fighting a World Pandemic, it's no surprise everyone is craving some major design rehab and Maximalism is the cure. After isolation, the importance of creating spaces that feel like you is understood on a deeper level. People want to be surrounded by the colors, fabrics and furniture that they can really live in and be themselves. Plus, let's face it, we all deserve to have some fun — we earned it!

To put it simply, Maximalism means no holds bard. It's an opportunity to let your personality shine and explore combinations that people normally steer away from. It's perfect for those who own their home and plan to live there a long time because there will be costs involved to get the space back into cookie cutter sellable condition — unless of course, your home was designed by a famous designer, then that's value in itself.

Contrary to popular belief, there is an art to it. Knowing how to balance pattern scales and color matching is an innate gift. If done incorrectly, Maximalism can be hard on the eyes and overstimulating. Fortunately for my clients, it's one of my many favorite looks to work with. I know how to go full blown Maximalism for the enthusiast or just a touch for the curious.

In short — It's the no f#cks given style of the design world, and I love it! 

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