Seneker-Frisch Interior Design

(408) 395-6400

Business Description
Full service residential interior design and decoration. Professional member of ASID.
Location:
Los Gatos, CA US 
Contact:
Lani Frisch 
Type:
 
Address:
P.O. Box 33131
Los Gatos, CA 95031 
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11 Reasons to Paint Your Ceiling Black

Mask flaws, trick the eye, create drama ... a black ceiling solves a host of design dilemmas while looking smashing Full Story
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Becky Becktold
Some of the popcorn does flake off, but I've never taken it down to the drywall, so maybe you are swiping it too hard...although it would be a great way to take out some frustration...ha!
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eftfmd
I was not afraid of the texture falling out as much as I was worried about calling more attention to it. When I dust the ceiling I never lose the texture. I wish I would! :-)
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11 Reasons to Paint Your Interior Doors Black

Brush on some ebony paint and turn a dull doorway into a model of drop-dead sophistication Full Story
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judygilpin
In our former home, which was a Spanish Colonial, I painted the front door, hallway doors, main bath door and trim and dining room French doors black. It looked wonderful....everybody loved the look. However, I'm now in a MCM and didn't think that look would complement this style. I've opted, instead, to paint accent walls, in most rooms, a dark color and paint the doors on those walls the same dark color. Looks very dramatic and fits the décor beautifully.
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shabazz704
This is such a crafty/artistic touch!!.. A must for my new home- Thank You Houzz!!
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pbboud
Our stainless farmhouse sink has 2 negatives. 1st, water does not drain well and 2nd anyone wearing a belt or metal pants' button runs risk of scratching front apron panel of the sink. I doubt I'd do it again.
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kellyslobodian
Another aspect of this is today,with trends in popular decorating one person sees and loves farmhouse sinks andby the time Lowes,Depot,Ikea.Wayfair Joss and Main all start to sell trends e xplode.....like ready made granite Forbathrooms.Real granite but overused,I think it is like baby names getabookof top ten mostpopular and choose not to nameyourchild any of them.Great names true but hard ink garden tobe one of five.....
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Better Your Bed (and Body) With Bolsters and Neck Rolls

Get physical support and decorative elements for your bed in one fell swoop with long, tubular pillows artfully arranged Full Story
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Keates Nelson
Bolsters are too big, but I often use a little travel pillow instead of a regular pillow. Tucked under my neck, it's just enough support and cushioning, especially in summer when I like to have less cloth and bulk around my face. And it's small enough to put aside when I don't use it.
July 4, 2014 at 9:26pm   
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cm2121
I like the historical concepts photo with one pillow, a neck roll. Just hate being a guest at someones house and having to figure out a place to put all the throw pillows so I can actually sleep in the bed. It has always seemed "unwelcoming" to me.
July 8, 2014 at 12:27pm     
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28 Great Homes Smaller Than 1,000 Square Feet

See how the right layout, furniture and mind-set can lead to comfortable living in any size of home Full Story
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jannie
@Sharon Miller: I grew up in a house that was barely 1100 square feet that had 3 modest bedrooms, 1 bath, an eat-in kitchen, dining room, living room, and a basement with a workshop, canning and freezer space, and laundry area with a shower. It startles people today when I tell them that our parents raised 6 kids there. Yep, 8 people in that house before the older ones started heading off to college. It can be done...and happily.
July 10, 2014 at 10:12am     
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ladydelina
So I am a mite bit confused. Some of the "small" homes are occupied by 1 or two people and if you average the square footage per person they have about 500 feet each. How is that small? I am one of 6 people (and two cats) living in 1000 sq ft twin house. That's around 166 feet per person. We also have a small backyard (20x100 feet) Myself, Hubby, Grammama, and the three little ones (8, 6 and 4) are quite content to be living in a "small" home. True we see each other all the time, but on the high side, we see each other all the time. We often have people over for parties. The kids constantly have friends over. There are two bathrooms, but one is technically Grammama's. So essentially we have 5 people sharing one bathroom. We make it work. I love that I can look around and see my kids doing homework, my youngest reading on the couch and hubby making dinner without getting up. (no I'm not fantasizing, my four year does read and my hubby makes most of the meals :)

Now here is the fun part, all of my friends have similiar size houses, with similiar family sizes. None of us see our houses as small but according to the mc'mansions going up across the country we are tiny.

I'll take my tiny home with it's crowded porch and loud dinners thanks ;)
July 11, 2014 at 2:02pm     
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My Houzz: Peacefulness and Pugs in Tampa

Soothing colors and cushy furniture make for a comfy-cozy apartment for a shop owner and her pets Full Story
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lethe
Had to LOL at the critical comment on the kitchen, which I had just bookmarked. I like simplicity, and don't believe that all the bells and whistles are called for unless you are actually going to be ringing and tooting them. I've been trying to form up an idea for a redo of my own small kitchen, and there's a bit of a pre 1950's feel to this that I'm liking. It also has a bit of that French utilitarian feel, another plus IMO.
June 29, 2014 at 2:03pm     
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Nan Schnabel
I've actually been considering moving into a larger home to get all the things I think I've missed. You know all the bells and whistles. Meanwhile I'm in a 1500 s.f. home that's paid for and really has more custom items than most. The more I look at small homes...not tiny....I wonder why I want more. I have so many things in my home that I adore and have chosen specifically for my space. Seeing all these lovely spaces is making me appreciate the home I've made. Oh yeah and my house is decorated for my Shih Tzus right down to the upholstered cube next to the bed so the girls can hop up. It's truly a dogs world. Lovely home Katie!!!
July 3, 2014 at 7:31pm     
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