Interior design

 

Recycle what you have . . .

 

In these stressful times when both money and the courage to spend what little you’ve got are scarce,  consider the option of lifting your spirits with a “home lift.” Maybe your place looks tired. Maybe you’ve ignored those clutter corners far too long, or maybe you’re tired of using that chair with the back that feels as though it’s going to come over your shoulder and bite you. You’ve given up buying custom made drapes or reupholstering Aunt Hazel’s chair, but there’s still plenty you can do. Recycle! Renew!

 
  1. 1.saves you time and money in the end.

  2. 2.I can help you see your business, possessions, products from a new perspective.

  3. 3.I can help you use what you already have in a new way.

  4. 4.I can help you take your dreams seriously.



A strong advocate for Aging in Place solutions that enable older people to adapt their existing living spaces to enhance their lives, Deborah includes the notion of universal,
barrier-free design as an important consideration at the outset of all interior design projects.