In-Town Bungalow Pairs Understated Siding & Trim Palette With Jewel-Toned Front Door

I’ve been working this summer with a local paint retailer, consulting with homeowners and contractors on color palettes for interior and exterior projects. For me, it’s a new foray into yet another facet of design, and I quite enjoy the work. This is one of the projects I worked on. The new owner of this … Continue reading

Repostería Menu Re-Design

A group of us were given the opportunity to come up with a new layout for Pambiche’s menu. I remember it being of muted tonality, so I brightened it up with the caribbean aqua and pink tones. My version would print onto 8.5 by 14 heavy-ish text weight stock and be tri-folded. This is a … Continue reading

Book Covers Strictly for Fun

Branding: Color + Image = Perception

In Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice, Catherine O’Hara and Glen Shadix—as homeowner and interior designer, respectively—are touring her recently purchased Victorian three-story when O’Hara scribbles the word “mauve” across the faded wallpaper of an upstairs bedroom. Shadix, in a fabulous eighties-era designer’s drawl says, “You read my mind.” Mauve. A hideous hue that is quite possibly paying … Continue reading