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Offering interior and landscape design with a focus on historic properties in Church Hill, Richmond, VA.
 
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What People Are Saying

“I found working with Lora to be an easy and enjoyable process. We are delighted with the end result!”

Jane S

Accountant

“Lora’s knowledge of plants, trees and shrubs was impressive. She understood what I wanted and created a plan. Lora created what two previous contractors had not been able to do.”

Lisa R

Expressive Arts Facilitator

“What I love most about our new design is how it flows with the land, it feels as if it has always been here.”

Nicole F

Accountant

Blog

How to Feel at Home in Your Home – Part 1

I've always considered myself to be an adventurous soul. I love new experiences, places and foods. When my husband and I started our renovation journey nearly a year ago, we felt exhilarated and excited about the changes that would take our shell of a house to a...

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Choosing Colors for your home? Read this first.

Does choosing colors for your walls make you feel like this? Have you grabbed colour sample after colour sample but none of them work, or don’t look how you imagined? Every colour of paint has unique undertones. If you remember back to art class, you’ll likely...

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Light Filled Folk Victorian Kitchen – Finale

Curating what photos tell the story of the space is one of my favourite parts of project completion. And so, here is the full reveal of the finished Light Filled Folk Victorian Kitchen for the One Room Challenge™. Come on in.       I could sit in this...

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Cabinets, Counters and Lights! – Part 5

Last week in the One Room Challenge™, the trim had just been installed. This week we had the cabinets installed and the counters put in! I didn't have time to paint all the trim before the cabinets came in, so I painted the lower corner by the far left window that...

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Walls, Floors and Trim – Part 4

The drywallers came in and gave us some new walls! The dust that sanding drywall mud creates is just as fine as plaster dust, but it doesn't spread as far as the plaster dust did. The fan shown in this photo will be moved to another room. These old fans with only four...

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