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Step By Step Design Process

The design process consists of several layers and order of events. You always want to start with a key inspiration and then design off or around that one item or idea.     STEP 1: Gathering Inspiration & Determining Style Inspiration images can consist of magazine clippings, an original oil painting, or just adjectives such […]

On Trend: Ombre

Ombre (also called “degradation” or “gradient”) in interior design is a color transition that moves from light to dark tones or incorporates multiple tints of color. Ombre patterns can have a dramatic impact via multiple applications by providing saturations of color that blend from light to dark shades. While ombre tends to lean more modern […]

Designer Interview: Karsen Hood

Why did you become an interior designer? I became an Interior Designer because it simply is in my blood. I grew up shadowing my father as he designed on the side. I consider myself fortunate by realizing design was my career at  very young age. Favorite Design Trends (Past & Present): My favorite design trend […]

Designer Interview: Megan Sandefur

Why did you become an interior designer? Design runs deep within my blood. My grandmother, mom, and dad started CHD INTERIORS over 40 years ago, and I remember being as little as five years old helping to organize fabrics by color and pattern. I have always loved design and actually thought I wanted to be […]

Designer Interview: Lance Griffith

Why did you become an interior designer? I was always interested in art as a child.  My mom was an interior designer for years and actually owned a drapery workroom .  Her workroom was attached to our home and the whole design business was all around me.  I was the kid that was always making […]

Breaking the Comfort Zone

It’s easy to tell ourselves to be “openminded” or “think outside the box” but it’s a commonality by human nature to develop routines and habits and become “stuck” in our ways. This too, also applies to interior design.  By no means is a routine nature a bad trait. It can just get a bit repetitive […]

Designer Interview: Gabrielle Pendarvis

Why did you become an interior designer? I didn’t always want to be a designer.. I originally went to school to be somewhere in the medical field like the rest of my family. But when I found out that I had a much more natural eye for art and visual aesthetics over chemistry it was […]

Designer Interview: Julie Schettig

Why did you become an interior designer? I think I have always loved interior design. At an early age, I was more entertained with the designing and decorating of my doll’s house than I was actually playing with them. I spent hours “designing” their space. I cut things out of my mother’s design magazines and […]

Color vs. Neutral

Color is a pivotal element of design in many contexts, including interiors. Studies have shown that color and color composition can influence mood and how individuals behave in a space. Color is also a great outlet for expressing personality and character. This is most evident in a residential setting, where the spaces are tailored to […]

Century Furniture Showroom at High Point Market

Last month, the CHD Interiors design team was invited to a reception dinner hosted by Century Furniture honoring Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller, a husband and wife design duo who recently released their first collection with the high end furniture brand. Their exclusive, new line was absolutely stunning! Their design aesthetic and Century’s reputation for […]


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