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Color and Your Personality

February 5th, 2016

Los Angeles Interior Designers

Have you ever thought about why you’re attracted to certain colors and what it may say about your personality?

Check out some of our designs below and see how your favorite color describes you!

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Artistic, Intuitive, Bold, Powerful, In Control

Top Interior Designer

Independent, Organized, Logical

Los Angeles Interior Designer

Driven, Determined, Risk Taker

Celebrity Interior Designer

Reliable, Cool, Composed, Seeks Peace

Lori Dennis

Teacher, Enjoys Learning, Expressive

Best Interior Designer

Social, People Person, Team Player

Celebrity Interior Designers

Wants to Love Unconditionally, and Be Loved Unconditionally

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Perfectionist, Seeks Emotional Security, Humanitarian

Top Interior Designers

Seeks Inner Peace and Absolute Truth, Always Thinks of Others


Loyal, Honest, Values Integrity

Best Interior Designers

Great Friend, Enjoys a Stable Simple Life, Not Materialistic

One of the easiest and most affordable ways to add color to your space is through paint.
Katherine Ireland is known for her use of color in her designs and has partnered with C2 Paint Company.  They are fantastic and luxury for any project.

C2 paint Lori Dennis

And you can never go wrong with our other favorite, Benjamin Moore


Guess you’ll have a future project to plan soon!
Have fun!

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Five Fabulous Tips for How to Accessorize a Room

January 22nd, 2016

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The final touches to making a room feel put together is accessories. All the top interior designers know, accessories are the cherry on top.  But many people feel stuck. They either have too much stuff and don’t know how to organize it (edit, edit, edit), or they don’t have enough (Time to shop!  Oh, the torture.).


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 When setting your table like celebrity interior designer Lori Dennis, don’t forget to add the finishing touches. We love a casual look, placing your dinnerware, glassware, stemware and beautiful linen napkins (available soon at Lori Dennis Home) in stacks on the table.  Don’t forget to bring in color and texture through flower arrangements, decorative items, textiles, a decanter and bottles as displayed in this contemporary dining room.


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 What color grabs your eye in this room?  That’s right, Pink!  It really pops in an all white living room and gives it a little excitement.  Pops of color give a room personality and are an easy way to pump up the volume.


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Every successful room has a touch of black in it. It’s sexy, sophisticated and dramatic.   This James Bond inspired, masculine, master closet exudes richness with the ebony Bombay chests and faux horn lamps.

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 Staging a table with accessories is all about scale and diversity.  A bowl of flowers on a couple books, art, pottery and trinkets in various sizes, and lighting keep the eye traveling around the space and creates an interesting composition.

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Show your personality with romantic floral wallpaper, a glam gold leaf lamp, personal art from your travels, vases and pottery. And Voila!

So are you ready to decorate?  Let’s get to it!

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2016 is Starting Off With a Bang!

January 12th, 2016

Happy New Year Everyone!


Here we are in Paris celebrating the holidays.

I have so many things to be grateful for from 2015 and so much to look forward to in 2016.  For starters, this month is going to be busy busy busy!  We have great design projects we’re working on and 2 big Design Campus Live summits coming up where we get to meet so many wonderful people who we can inspire and be inspired by.  I always walk away from camps filled with a deep love and excitement for what I do and the design community as a whole.

Design Campus and Design Campus Live have fantastic events for you to be a part of.  We’ve expanded our reach within the design industry and have opened our Campus doors, offering on-line courses, including CEUs, community involvement, an extensive library and interactive monthly events with Design Time.  Read more here.

This weekend I’ll be co-hosting Design Campus Live at the Atlanta Winter Market.


And the following weekend, we’ll host Design Campus Live at the Dallas Winter Market.


  If you haven’t signed up already, you still have a couple days left to join us at either Super Camp.

Get started early this year!
CEU’s are available in this 2 day event packed with exciting and informative speakers who will discuss licensing, architectural and landscape elements, Instagram, accessorizing with art, designing in the current economic climate and trends.

  • 10 hours of Continued Education Units (CEUs)
  • Exclusive guided showroom tours of 12 top home furnishing vendors
  • Meet and greet with product designers
  • Mentorship by celebrity designers during showroom tour
  • 14 expert speakers and design icons who will take the stage at the Dallas Market Center
  • Extensive training on topics such as: social media, marketing, licensing, architectural and landscape elements, healthcare design, designing in the current economic climate, trends and more.
  • Cocktail parties and networking opportunities
  • Giveaways from our partners!

While I’m in Dallas, I’m honored to be a presenter for the 27th Annual ARTS Awards where we will shine the light on beautiful 2015 designs in Rugs, Home Accents, Textiles, Lighting, Interior Designers and Retailers and more.



Don’t worry.  I’ll make sure to share everything I see and learn this month with you.  It’s gonna be great!

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