Thursday, October 11, 2012

What a Difference a Day Makes!

I'm VERY excited to announce I've added decorating services to my business. What makes Designer Ali unique is that I am able to completely transform a home using what you already own! 
I've found that many people reach a point where they find their rooms cluttered, tired-looking, or not flowing comfortably.  They can't see the potential of a room because after many years they find it difficult to view the space and contents creatively.
Interior Redesign is a process by which a room's existing contents are re-arranged to provide the most functional and aesthetically pleasing environment possible.  Best of all, the newly arranged space reflects the personality, preferences and style of the homeowner - all without having to purchase anything new and completed within a day!
My interior redesign services are the perfect solution for anyone who wants to…
  • enjoy a fresh new look in a room without having to purchase anything new.
  • eliminate the frustration of making decorating and buying decisions.
  • experience immediate gratification, since the room is revitalized within a day.
Please contact me if you or anyone you know would like more information about the following services I now offer in addition to graphic design:
  • Interior Redesign (using what you already know)
  • Real Estate Staging (helping prepare homes for sale)
  • Relocation/Move-in Services
  • “Finishing Touch” Accessory Purchase and Placement
  • Paint Color Consultation

Friday, September 21, 2012

Brick Clip Fasteners

I came across the coolest product today when I helped on a redesign project... it's called BRICK CLIP. It fastens to bricks so that you can hang artowork without drilling into the brick or mortar. They are super easy to use and the artwork and decor we put up looked great. Ingenious!

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Tech Savvy Kids

My friend Laura St. John is a contributing writer for TLC's parenting blog Parentables and her most recent article  Can Technology Make Your Kid a Better Student? features a picture of her son and my kiddo Sophie showing each other their learning / game apps on our phones. If you are part of a kid's life I encourage you to read the article. I think the information is worthwhile and I fully support the concept that kids need to be technically savvy to excel in our society.