inspires your interior design?DT: The design was inspired with the help of our architect, E.I. Mills and Associates. We were interested in a more contemporary look and feel for the interior. The focal point in the living area is the fireplace with a rolled-steel facade, inspired by a similar work at a ski lodge
should an interior designer consider using a stylist when shooting photographs for a portfolio?AJ: When a potential client sees your portfolio, they should want to live in a space that you designed. This feeling should resonate through every photo in your portfolio no matter the room. A stylist can help
up the interior of the space and bring in more natural light. On the exterior these windows are evident, as is the break in the gable form. As Demerly puts it, "The interior and exterior of the house are inextricably linked." The Monopoly moniker came after the design, not the other way around.
Valorie Hart interior decorator, blogger and soon-to-be author (look for her book on interior design in 2013). A trend on the rise in New Orleans: "adding color and modern and vintage pieces to the mix of antiques and swamp palazzo," Hart says.
side of interiors prevents glare and makes daylighting an effective way to reduce the cost of daytime lighting. In this home light is brought in from above via clerestory windows set in a sawtooth roof. Sunlight spreads across the center of the home to even out the daylighting in the interior.But overlighting