We were interested to see what other designers and architects thought about the name change, here's what three in the New York City area said:"We work on many new construction projects here, and we have noticed that new marketing collateral identifies what used to be known as the 'Master Bedroom' as 'Bedroom 1' or more commonly 'Owner's Suite.' This makes so much sense as many of our clients have non-traditional living situations.
The pressure to slash prices can be hard to resist. But businesses should try. Too often, dramatic price cuts lead to lower profits -- and dilute a company's brand. Kati Curtis, founder of New York-based design firm Nirmada Interior Design, has noticed her upscale customers are willing to pay $200,000 to $2 million for her company to design a room or two in their home or office.
12 Beautiful Blue Rooms
Go Global with Beautiful Blue Rooms Tiffany blue may be prim and proper, but it doesn’t have to be boring. Painted walls mixed with bold plum accents and modern art create a worldly sitting room. This audacious color scheme gives credence that more is sometimes, well, more.
How Do I Make Wood Floors Appeal to Buyers?
There are other things you should also consider when you’re refinishing a wood floor, said Kati Curtis, an interior designer in New York. “First, you have to determine whether it’s an engineered floor or solid hardwood,” she said, because the former has only a thin top layer.
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But the room, designed by interior designer Kati Curtis, was comfortable, with a selection of assorted dips and crackers, cookies, pastries, cold sandwiches and beverages. The complimentary WiFi used a password provided by the reception desk.
DIFFA’s Dining by Design
Top interior designers pulled out all the stops at the 2012 DIFFA Dining by Design. As for the actual guests, they included NYDC CEO and president Jim Druckman, Elle Decor editor in chief Michael Boodro, Traditional Home publisher Beth Brenner, and more. Click through the gallery above to glimpse the place settings crafted by Drew McGukin, Laura Bohn, West Chin, Coffinier Ku Design, Kati Curtis, and Vanessa Deleon, all incorporating furnishings and decor from the NYDC.