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Inside The Home Of An Interior Designer

Posted on April 20 2018

Inside The Home Of An Interior Designer

It’s no secret, we LOVE interior design and helping you turn your home into a masterpiece. Over the years we’ve had the opportunity to come into many different homes and help make your dreams a reality. From holiday decorations to full homes redesigns, we’ve had the opportunity to do some wonderful things for our client’s homes. We often are in our client’s homes, but few people get a sneak peak at what the inside of a designer’s looks like. We now will take a look inside the home of Robert and Alexis Moseley.

Their house originally belonged to Alexis’s grandmother and was purchased from her out of the estate. They didn’t want to buy the house and they hoped it would be something short term… little did they realize this house would transform into a home. Originally hesitant on the purchase, Robert now says, “I can’t imagine ever leaving.”

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Kitchen Today


Robert loves his Juliska Splatter & Spin Melamine plates. They are also kid friendly & kid wash safe. He doesn’t have a panic attack when Luke does the dishes! For drinkware, Robert loves to enjoy a glass of his favorite red wine in the MacKenzie-Childs Butterfly Garden Stemless Wine Glass while Alexis  enjoys a vodka martini in a Waterford Martini Glass. 


"I truly have some very expensive & inexpensive pieces on one table top, and it’s not about the brands... it is all about the mixture. Everything does not have to be designer in your home" says Robert. His MOST favorite item in his home would be his $30 Buddha head & his Leopard vase from Kosta Boda. He's had this vase for over 20 years!


“My George always teases me that he is going to have a house full of color, because I love white so much.”


“To truly honor your grand-parents, parents furniture, re-upholster them & make them NOW.”


Finally, we asked Robert his words of advice on redecorating your home:

"Philosophy of your home should be a collection of you. When starting a project, you must pick your battles. Dissect the job into small accomplishments.”

For more interior design tips, tricks, and ideas, visit us online or in store today!