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Topic - Jgb Interiors
The moment comes for some people when they move into a larger home and realize they have no idea how to use the space. For others, the inspiration to work with an interior designer springs from dissatisfaction with their color scheme or a desire to upgrade their post-college Ikea furniture to something a little more grown-up.
If the idea of designing your children's bedrooms brings visions of bubble-gum-pink fairy princesses or a roomful of Spider-Man artifacts, think again. Most interior designers recommend staying away from a theme and reaching instead for colors, furnishings and accessories that can grow with your child's changing personality.
If you are hosting family and friends for the holidays, especially if this is a yearly tradition, you may be wishing your home looked a little fresher. While a total renovation may not be in the budget during these lean times, local interior designers have plenty of suggestions to add some pizazz without cutting into your gift-giving budget.