Oakland Hills Home Renovation Part II: Classic and Inviting Spaces for Living and Entertaining
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by T3mPl@teAdm1n
19h ago
Are you keeping up with my Oakland Hills home renovation? If not, you’re missing out. We recently unveiled our revamped kitchen and dining room, and today, the tour continues with a look at our newly transformed living room, home office, game room, and bedrooms. In case you missed it… To catch you up to speed, […] The post Oakland Hills Home Renovation Part II: Classic and Inviting Spaces for Living and Entertaining appeared first on Coddington Design ..read more
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Oakland Hills Home Renovation Part I: An Inside Look at a Designer’s Inviting Kitchen & Dining Room
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by T3mPl@teAdm1n
2w ago
Remember my personal home renovation journey in Oakland Hills? Well, today, you’re in for a treat. After nearly a year, I’m excited to share the final reveal with you. I don’t like to toot my own horn, but beep beep. Project Scope & Challenges Designing for clients is a collaborative joyride where I present every […] The post Oakland Hills Home Renovation Part I: An Inside Look at a Designer’s Inviting Kitchen & Dining Room appeared first on Coddington Design ..read more
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4 Things to Consider When Planning Your Living Room Layout
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by T3mPl@teAdm1n
1M ago
Ahh, the living room. Where you savor your morning coffee, unwind after a long day, cozy up for movie nights, and everything else in between (think: kid’s play area, work-from-home space, entertainment hub… if you live in San Francisco, you know.) In multifunctional spaces like this, the ideal layout can feel like solving a Rubik’s […] The post 4 Things to Consider When Planning Your Living Room Layout appeared first on Coddington Design ..read more
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What is Luxury Interior Design?
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by T3mPl@teAdm1n
1M ago
When it comes to luxury interior design, your thoughts might drift towards five-star hotels and expansive spaces dripping with opulence. But let’s be real: luxury is subjective, and the term is thrown around a lot. What’s considered luxurious to one person may not be the same for another. True luxury design goes beyond a dollar […] The post What is Luxury Interior Design? appeared first on Coddington Design ..read more
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Full-Service Interior Design vs. Designer on Demand: What’s the Difference?
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by T3mPl@teAdm1n
2M ago
Ever dream of having an interior designer on speed dial? Maybe you have a specific question or a smaller project in mind, or you’re hesitant to hand over complete creative control. That’s exactly why we developed Designer on Demand, a flexible approach that tailors our expertise to your specific needs and preferences.  But how does […] The post Full-Service Interior Design vs. Designer on Demand: What’s the Difference? appeared first on Coddington Design ..read more
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5 Genius Tips for Maximizing Your Small San Francisco Home
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by T3mPl@teAdm1n
2M ago
In vibrant urban environments like San Francisco, designing small spaces is practically an art form. Every square inch matters. Thankfully, I thrive on a good design challenge. Awkward spaces, limited dimensions, and tight closets? I’ve seen it all. While bins and baskets might come to mind, there’s only so much they can do. It’s time […] The post 5 Genius Tips for Maximizing Your Small San Francisco Home appeared first on Coddington Design ..read more
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An Interior Designer’s Secrets to Enjoy Every Room in Your Home
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by T3mPl@teAdm1n
3M ago
Let’s address the elephant in the room, shall we? Yup, I’m talking about those pristine teacups gathering dust, the fancy linen napkins hiding in a drawer, and those embroidered hand towels reserved solely for holidays. We’ve all been there, hoarding the beautiful items in our home for some elusive “special occasion”. Enough already. It’s time […] The post An Interior Designer’s Secrets to Enjoy Every Room in Your Home appeared first on Coddington Design ..read more
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Translating Your Pinterest Vision into Reality (The Designer Way)
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by T3mPl@teAdm1n
3M ago
Staring longingly at your Pinterest boards and dreaming of a home that reflects your favorite images? You’re not alone. But before you grab a million paint swatches and attempt it on your own, it’s important to understand that turning those dreamy pins into reality is more than just a copy-paste job. Our approach involves understanding […] The post Translating Your Pinterest Vision into Reality (The Designer Way) appeared first on Coddington Design ..read more
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An Interior Designer’s Insights: Avoid These 7 Mistakes When Buying Your Next Home
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by T3mPl@teAdm1n
4M ago
When I purchased my first Victorian in San Francisco, I fell in love with the charm. What I failed to consider? It would be too small once we decided to have a child. Most people would agree that buying a house is one of the largest financial decisions…and the most emotional. It’s easy to get […] The post An Interior Designer’s Insights: Avoid These 7 Mistakes When Buying Your Next Home appeared first on Coddington Design ..read more
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Why I Had Custom Sofas Made for My House (TLDR: Retail Sofas Suck)
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by T3mPl@teAdm1n
5M ago
One of the hazards of being an interior designer is that you see the very best of everything. Early in my career, this champagne taste on a beer budget was not good for my finances. Even during my days as a renter in San Francisco, I refused to compromise on quality. I knew exactly what […] The post Why I Had Custom Sofas Made for My House (TLDR: Retail Sofas Suck) appeared first on Coddington Design ..read more
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