Home and Living welcomes interior designer Deborah Wecselman. Deborah’s forte is her refreshing approach that combines minimal and eccentric designs in a sophisticated manner. She has a strength and talent in her ability to mix elements from all different eras, styles and periods. There is a certain bravery in what she does that verges on over-the-top, but the final design arrangement always stands just back from the edge and produces a dramatic and elegant setting.
Deborah’s goal: transforming a space into an inviting yet lively environment that reflects a client’s needs and way of life. Here are a few tips to help unlock your style secrets:
- Clean lines: furniture should come in basic forms…square, rectangle or circles–the cleaner, the better.
- Don’t be afraid to mix patterns and prints; by adding primary shaped furniture, it keeps the space “clean” and allows for abstract adornments that will not create a “busy” appearance.
- Start with neutral hues then add unexpected pops of color: use a taupe, beige, cream, grey, black, white or brown (neutral) canvas, then liven up the space with bold home accessories from bright yellow paintings to royal blue vases as these more brilliant elements add personality and pizzazz to any space.
Deborah encourages her clients to discover their personal design signature by channeling their own sense of imagination…from tribal to western or abstract influences. Deborah’s special touches of flair are seasonless and require minimal revisions throughout the year for updates or more information about Deborah Wecselman designs, please visit: www.dwdinc.com.