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relaxing design

I am a lover of good design, in every aspect. I smile at quirky packaging, look twice at the graphic patterns, and admire the street art downtown. And all of this inspiration is directed towards creating eye-catching ,modern interiors.  

By inviting the nature into the living room, this space would help me relax and enjoy the world around me.

By inviting the nature into the living room, this space would help me relax and enjoy the world around me.

Even with all of this passion and devotion, sometimes work is clouded by the stress of life.  We all feel it from time to time.  Impending deadlines, messy houses, sick kids, and more things to do than time to do them catches up with everyone once in a while. And for me that time is now; as I sit in front of my computer trying to find the words over mixing finishes and clean lines. Then I realized, the beauty of my job as a designer is to take my lust for design and create the perfect retreat for my client. I get to form spaces where they want to relax at the end of the day. A room that they can enjoy their loved ones, and their solitude. So I pulled back and thought about spaces where I want to relax.  Here are some of those spaces, and I hope these photos can help you breathe a little easier too.

One would have a hard time not relaxing in the Stahl House.  Sitting in front of the windows and looking out at the city sounds like a great way to end a busy day.

One would have a hard time not relaxing in the Stahl House. Sitting in front of the windows and looking out at the city sounds like a great way to end a busy day.

And I want to know, what do you need to relax after dealing with the stresses of life? I would love to know your inspirational pieces and places.

The Miller House has the perfect space to grab a drink, curl up, and relax with your loved ones.

The Miller House has the perfect space to grab a drink, curl up, and relax with your loved ones.

http://www.nestmodern.com

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