Leaders in Luxury Art & Design 2018

The Consulting House Inc has been awarded Best in Full Service Interior Design & Project Management 2018 as part of Lux Life Magazine 2018’s Leaders in Luxury Art and Design edition.

The 2018’s Leaders in Luxury award highlights and commend only the best in the art and design industries and pays homage to the hardworking people behind these innovative creative firms – ranging from interior designers, landscape designers and artists to name but a few.

Each recipient is hand-picked by an in-house research team, who have spent recent months examining and researching art and design firms from across the globe – ranging from the very best interior and exterior designers, to art studios. This proven approach ensures that we award on merit and not popularity, and recognize – simply –  the very best in the business.

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DESIGNER FOR HGTV SHOW - "AMERICA'S MOST DESPERATE KITCHENS"

Selected as the designer for the HGTV show " America's Most Desperate Kitchens"   The show will be filmed in Mid February for a 4 day shoot.  As the designer for the show, I created the kitchen layout, which included removing walls and a window, designing the cabinetry and some unique design features that will be part of the new kitchen, selecting all the products and materials, and accessorizing the space.   Will post when the show airs and have a clip on my website.  

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The Bunch Real Estate Group, Inc.

We recently sold a house where one designer's touches made it stand out from the rest! It would be easy to assume that when you are looking from $1.5M - $3.0M, every house would have some wow factor. They do - the "wow" can just range from "ouch" to "ahhh".

Yesterday, we sat down with the designer, Janet Dietz, to find out who she is and how she approached the home we sold. Thanks Janet, for the backstage pass. We're SOLD too 

 

 

 

Atlanta Symphony Showhouse

I am pleased to have been selected to participate in the 2013 Atlanta Symphony Decorators Showhouse.  I have been asked to design two rooms -- the Espresso Room and the Wine Room.  Both rooms are shells and completely unfinished.  I am designing every element to finish them out.   The showhouse opens April 20, 2013 and runs through May 12, 2013.   Below you can follow the progression of both rooms being built out.  Enjoy!

 Espresso Room - Before

Espresso Room - Before

 Espresso Room - In Process.  Building the wainscot with a tile insert and a detailed trim design.  

Espresso Room - In Process.  Building the wainscot with a tile insert and a detailed trim design.  

 Espresso Room - In Process.  The front wall where the cabinet will be located.  Above the cabinet is the framework created to hold floating glass shelves.  The walls on each side of the cabinet were brought out 4" and will hold the cylinder coffee bean silos.  

Espresso Room - In Process.  The front wall where the cabinet will be located.  Above the cabinet is the framework created to hold floating glass shelves.  The walls on each side of the cabinet were brought out 4" and will hold the cylinder coffee bean silos.  

 Espresso Room - In Process.  Custom five piece crown molding being installed.

Espresso Room - In Process.  Custom five piece crown molding being installed.

 Espresso Room - In Process.  Applied molding being installed. 

Espresso Room - In Process.  Applied molding being installed. 

 Espresso Room - In Process.  The pewter countertop being installed

Espresso Room - In Process.  The pewter countertop being installed

 Espresso Room - In Process.  Coffee Bean Silos Being Installed

Espresso Room - In Process.  Coffee Bean Silos Being Installed

 Wine Room - Before

Wine Room - Before

 Wine Room - In Process.  Metallic tile being installed on the back of the wine wall.  I built out the soffit so that once the room is complete it will feel as if the space was "dug out."

Wine Room - In Process.  Metallic tile being installed on the back of the wine wall.  I built out the soffit so that once the room is complete it will feel as if the space was "dug out."

Atlanta History Center Passport To Celebrations Exhibition

To celebrate the various holidays around the world I was selected along with a number of other interior designers to create a room vignette and table scape for an exhibition called Passport to Celebrations that was held at the Atlanta History Center from mid November 2012 - December 30, 2012.   I was assigned the holiday Rosh Hashanah.  I have attached some pictures of the vignette.  I created a "mock" dining room and built the paneled walls to enclose my space.  The wainscot is in a herringbone pattern.   I created floating shelves to showcase some symbols of the holiday such as the shofar. The table linens and the mirror were custom made for the event.  The light fixture was put together with glass containers and were lit with votives reflecting off clear and colored beads.

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