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Happy St Patrick’s Day…

Happy St. Patty’s Day!

Here are some green interiors that I adore, still neutral but with pops of green. blog_ST.PATTYS

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Southern Living Magazine Photo Shoot

Thank you to Southern Living for shooting my beach house this week!

Keep an eye out for the July issue about summer retreats. blog_southernliving

Statement Stairways

Stairways have a great architectural beauty to them, and I love adding to that beauty by designing one of a kind statement stairways. As a designer it’s a fun way to be creative and create that wow factor! blog_stairs

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Pinterest Praise!

Thanks to Lonny Mag for the Pinterest praise!

“This Lonny alum knows a good thing when she sees it.  If you’re the kind to be lured by gorgeous outdoor living spaces and clever entertaining ideas, Lisa Sherry is your new secret source.”

Inspiration finds me everywhere and I’m prone to pinning. 

Our own work is on the LSI Pinterest pages, plus so many other designers and tastemakers I admire.

Kudos to all!

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Black walls make white upholstery pop. Breakfast room by lisa sherry interieurs

 

Drapes Make All The Difference

I’ve posted some shots of this room before while it was a work in progress. Yesterday the linen drapes were installed and it’s complete.

I’m a big fan of rugs and window treatments to complete and warm up any space. This is my clients “ladies lounge”. We did her husband’s study but she wanted one of her own!

For more images check out our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/lsinterieurs)

Patrick Cline (remember his amazing talent from LONNY?) will be coming to shoot some of my projects at the end of January. So I’ll be posting more later.

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And The Walls Come Tumbling Down

In February I began the phase 2 and final (happily for my husband) renovation on our kitchen. This past spring we took out the walls between the butler’s pantry and the dining room to have a larger, more open kitchen with eat in dining room.  Our house was built in 1926 and the days of having “help” and not wanting the kitchen to be seen by guests and its family members are long gone. At least in my world although I do enjoy an occasional catered soiree! We love to entertain and love when we are all in the kitchen prepping food together. FOOD IS LOVE. I thrive on re-designing spaces for my clients but I really struggle with my own which is why I rarely take the time for my own projects…it’s so much easier to busy myself with my clients and say “oops! No time for me!” My first design of my kitchen was lovely and simple and kept the breakfast room intact, we love the space with its black padded fabric walls and warmth it creates but wasn’t satisfied that it was doing the kitchen justice. For the size of the house, the kitchen needed to be larger. Once I did a new floor plan using the entire space I knew it was magic and ‘right’. So take a look at my beautiful breakfast room! I will miss it but know that I will love my larger kitchen more. Sometimes we just have to “let go”. BLOG_KITCHEN_TUMBLINGDOWN_new  

Ahhhh…..the weekend

Have a lovely weekend, stay warm! BLOG_STAYWARM