Snow-capped Mountains in Colorado

Interior design and travel really can go hand in hand. Traveling gives us a chance to slip away from the normal hustle and bustle of our busy days, but it also allows us to re-discover nature in unique ways that spark creativity. Through these ventures, new design ideas for our clients can come to life. Whether you’re enjoying snow-capped mountains or looking ahead to warmer spring, vibrant colors in interior design re-energize settings and their guests.

Here are a few photos from Pamela’s February 2020 trips to Colorado and Florida with a client photoshoot in between the two. We love incorporating elements from our clients’ favorite trips into meaningful design features. The bold pinks, aquas and greens in Miami are great juxtaposition against the winter-y white in Colorado’s snow. This has us thinking about clean lines and neutral canvases in homes and offices that can be brought to life with colorful accents. With spring just around the corner, the sunny colors are just the bolt of happiness we need to push through the sometimes gray winter days.

Pamela sitting in chair outdoors in Miami Botanical Flowers in Miami 2 women in ski clothes in snowy Colorado









Are you planning to incorporate the trending colors of blues, greens and corals into your decor? These great hues are popping up everywhere as we combine our interior design and travel interests.

Have you featured a treasure from a favorite vacation into your decor — perhaps a coffee table book, artwork or furniture? Share with us in the comments feature. We’d love to hear from you.

Pamela points to By Boat waterfront restaurant sign in MiamiPamela holding hanging beads in MiamiDecorators Danna Smith and Pamela O'Brien holding herbs at photoshoot









For more insight on warming up your interiors for the months ahead, read our “Summerizing Your Living Room: Top 5 Summer Design Tips” blog post for a jumpstart on summer months.

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