Lori Gilder

Lori Gilder is an award-winning Architectural Interior Designer known for her clean, architectural lines and comfortable California Modern style.

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eHow Video: Paint Colors for a Beach-Themed Room

Creating a canvas for a beach-themed room is easier than you think. Of course the foundation of that space is selecting the calm and relaxing paint colors that remind you of your favorite beach. Are you drawn to the red, white and blue nautical decor inspired by the adventures of the open sea - the sand inspired palettes of soft whites, faded blues and greens, or a more tropical theme of deep greens, browns and beiges? In this video I share a few very simple tips to make the paint selection process a little easier. So next beach visit take a good look around and grab your color cues. Stay Inspired! I encourage you leave questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2012 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.


eHow Video: Bright Accessories For An Ocean-Themed Bedroom

When it comes to decorating and styling an ocean-themed bedroom, use a clean white canvas, then start by incorporating bright accessories into the space. If you want to create an impact use splashes of the ocean's color combined with neutrals. Introduce these pops of color in bedding, accent pillows and accessories. In this video I share how you can decorate an ocean-themed bedroom with bright fabrics and accessories. I encourage you leave questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2012 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.


Decorating Ideas for an Ocean-Inspired Bedroom

The bedroom is all about creating a relaxing and restful retreat no matter the style. But if you''re wanting to extend your summer and create a beachy, tropical or nautical environment there are some very simple design elements to incorporate into your bedroom that will give you exactly what you are looking for. Watch as I share some simple design tips in this eHow video. I encourage you leave questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2012 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.


eHow Video: How To Decorate A Beach Bungalow

Any successful home design and decorating project requires the layering of elements in order to achieve a completed canvas... but that evolves over time. In this eHow Video I share the importance of layering several design elements when decorating a beach bungalow. From architectural details to selecting the right color palette, flooring, furniture and accessories. By implementing these layers of design over time you will have your beach escape exactly the way you envisioned!   Stay Inspired!       I encourage you leave questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2012 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.


Function + Quality = Timeless Design

Creating a functional, inviting and comfortable living experience is easily achieved when decisions are made based on function and quality.  Implementing sensible design principles with a focus on comfort and practicality will win out every time. My best advice...invest in what you really love,  purchase quality pieces and paint your canvas over time. Stay Inspired!       I encourage you leave questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2012 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.


How To Choose the Right Paint Color

There's nothing better than bringing a new dimension and experience to your life by transforming your home with new fresh paint. So before you head down to the paint store I'd like to share this video with you - explaining how to choose the right paint colors for your home. Stay Inspired!       Please leave your questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.


The Renovation Process – Where To Begin

Granted there are some home improvements projects that may not require permits. But having said that, different cities and States do have their own requirements, so make sure to check with your local Building Department before you start. A visit to your local permitting office is the only way to know for sure if you need a permit or not. The officers there will be more than happy to discuss these issues with you so they can avoid future code violations. In this video I give you THE starting point for when you have decided to go ahead with a renovation.  I would highly recommend starting here :) Be Inspired!       Please leave your questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.


Lori’s Renovation Realities: What Happens If You Don’t Preplan

Planning a home renovation project can create an extremely stressful environment particularly when it comes to setting a budget.  Knowing what you want and need in advance is the key to a successful home design project and planning ahead will undoubtedly save you time and money - making sure you don't make expensive mistakes or waste time. Without pre-planning disasters can occur. Whether you're gutting your kitchen or adding on on new master bedroom suite, I'd like to share a quick  tip with you.   Stay Inspired!       Please leave your questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.


How to Survive Your Home Renovation

If you want to start your renovation off on the right foot and set the tone for the next several months or more, then consider a few of these surefire ways to win over your design team, and make your renovation experience a great one. In this video I give you some tips on how to not only survive a renovation but maybe even enjoy it! :) Have fun! Stay Inspired!       Please leave your questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.  


Lori’s Renovation Realities: DIY Gone Awry

You aways hear that if you DIY you’ll save a lot of M-O-N-E-Y. But the reality is that DIY projects typically take 3 to 4 times longer than a highly trained contractor to do the job – and eventually 20% of ambitious home re-modelers will need to call for some professional back up – not just to complete the work, but repair the damage that the homeowners themselves have caused.  So before you pick up a hammer do some DIY homework to learn what you're truly able to tackle on your own! In this video I give you some very important advice on DIY - doing it yourself. Would love to hear about some of your own projects!   Stay Inspired!       Please leave your questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.


My Interview With Freshome

Freshome is a fabulous online interior design and architecture magazine for design savvy enthusiasts. It spans the design world from furnishings, interiors and architectural properties from across the globe. The inspiration here is endless.     Thank You Freshome! I am very honored to be featured here today. Click here to check it out!   Stay Inspired!       Please leave your questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.  


What Does a Successful Design Project Require?

When it comes to renovating, redesigning or decorating your home, you’ll see that if you follow a systemized plan of action, you can achieve a relatively stress free and highly successful design project.  At this early stage, you may not have a firm grip on the overall direction of your project – but most likely you have a basic notion of which projects will enhance your family’s quality of life. Pre-planning, doing your research and being well organized is the key to a successful project! One of the most important factors for a successful design project is in this video! It's definitely a MUST WATCH :)   Stay Inspired!       Please leave your questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.


Lori’s Renovation Realities : Clean Truck = Clean Worksite

We are back again with another Renovation Reality. If your home renovation project involves tearing down walls, building new ones, or relocating and supplementing any plumbing and electrical systems...then you will definitely need to hire a general contractor. Deciding on that perfect person is one of the most critical decisions you'll make during the entire renovation process. While most contractors do fabulous work and come highly recommended, I've found there are still a lot of unscrupulous characters out there.  The last thing you want is to be totally let down by the very person you entrusted to deliver your ultimate dream home. So do your best to find the right contractor for you, so all the time and money you spend planning, budgeting and designing your home will be placed in the right hands. So when you are interviewing contractors here is one quick little tip that will go a long way!     Stay Inspired!       Please leave your questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.    


How Much Paint Will You Need?

A little paint goes a very long way and gives you the biggest bang for your buck – and no matter how large or small your project, knowing how much paint to buy in advance will save you valuable time and money.  It’s an easy process involving 3rd grade math skills – which I know we have brushed up on over the years while helping our kids with their homework.     To find out how much paint you’ll need for your specific room, first determine the overall square footage of the area you intend to paint – from walls – ceilings – windows – doors and trim. Measure the length of all walls you intend to paint (from end to end) and multiply them by their overall height (from floor to ceiling) to determine the wall’s square footage and repeat the process for each a surface. Paint Tips Typically a gallon of paint will cover a surface area of 350 – 400 square feet. (Check the manufacturer’s recommendation on the label) A standard size door occupies 20 square feet of space. A single average sized window typically occupies approx.15 square feet and an average of 7.5 square feet of paint to cover the trims and sashes. New drywall and unfinished materials will require a primer and at least one finished coat– as unprepared surfaces are porous and will absorb most of the first coat. To ensure a quality job always specify a primer plus two coats. When painting over a dark color factor in two coats of paint. Buy more paint than you think you’ll need.  It will help with dye lot consistency and leave you with extra material for those invariable touch ups. Estimating and Measuring Measure the length of all walls you intend to paint (from end to end) and multiply them by their overall height (from floor to ceiling) to determine the wall’s square footage. Subtract the square footage of any doors and windows in the space from the room total. Now that you’ve determined the paint-able wall surfaces, divide that wall area by 400 (the square foot coverage from each gallon) to determine the number of gallons you’ll need to paint your walls. Remember to double the amount for two coats. Do the same exercise for the ceiling (tip: your floor area is the same measurement as your ceiling area). Measure the length of all trims, baseboards, coves and moldings in linear feet – and multiply it by .5 for a safe (6”) measurement of coverage. (Paint goes a long way here). Next decide which finish, brand and color to buy. Paint Finishes Flat Finish. Absorbs light and is very forgiving in hiding small wall imperfections. Suitable for low traffic interior spaces. Poor choice in kitchens, baths playrooms and children’s bedrooms as it doesn’t wipe down well. Eggshell Finish. Similar to matte with a slight sheen as it dries. Great choice for interiors and washes down much better than flat. Can show slight imperfections in the walls. A better option for kids rooms. Satin Finish. Has a smooth shine and is very bright and reflective. Wonderful in contemporary homes with perfect wall construction. Shows every imperfection. Works well for trims, baseboards and moldings. Semi-Gloss Finish. Quite glossy and are used mostly in kitchens, baths since they cleans very easily. The higher the sheen the more wipe-able and durable the material. Typically used on all trims, doors, baseboards and moldings. Glossy Finish. Used in high contemporary interiors and on modern cabinetry and furniture.   If you still need some extra help or want to double check your calculations, The Benjamin Moore Paint Calculator will help you out. Stay Inspired!       Please leave your questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.  


Tips in Creating the Ultimate Outdoor Escape.

Outdoor living spaces are gaining in popularity particularly in parts of the country with more temperate climates. If you love entertaining your family and friends, what better way to make that happen than by transforming your backyards, patios and decks into spectacular living spaces.  It instantly expands the architecture of your home and seamlessly connects you to the environment. In this video I share some extremely valuable tips on how to create the ULTIMATE OUTDOOR ESCAPE for your home. It's all about outdoor living spaces these days!   Stay Inspired!       Please leave your questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.


Lori’s Renovation Realites : Take a Vacation

Today I thought I would premiere a new video series I am calling "Lori's Renovation Realities."  This series will give you valuable tips and inside information when renovating and re-designing your home.  Who out there would like to avoid the REAL reno disasters? Well then take it from me and watch!  Would love to know what you think? .....and stay tuned for more of Lori's Renovation Realities....   Stay Inspired!     Please leave your questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.  


Fine Art – Set Design & “Entourage”

The first episode of Final Season of what’s been one of my favorite shows over the years – “Entourage” finally aired last night. I’m not sure if you have to live in LA to appreciate it’s “Only in Hollywood” story lines, but I do confess that I really get a kick out of following these boys weave their way through the spectacular locations and set pieces that Los Angeles has to offer. But tonight I’ll be watching the show for an entirely different reason. My friend and artist Stanley Silver’s contemporary and abstract style art will be predominantly scattered throughout E’s offices this season!  His artwork captured the attention of the production designer as well as the cast and crew of the hit HBO show. Stanley Silver’s pieces feature an Homage to Les Paul, Easy Rider and Yankee Stadium to name a few.  So be on the lookout for these spectacular pieces of American popular culture hanging on the walls of E’s office throughout the final season! Homage to Les Paul  Easy Rider  Yankee Stadium Growing up in Hollywood, Stanley interprets his vision of musicians, celebrities, athletes and American landmarks through his use of watercolor and oils – bringing these iconic figures to life in a very unique and unconventional way. Silver’s art has been exhibited in prominent galleries and museums throughout the United States and is collected by the most distinguished Sports Legends and Hollywood’s elite.  His work has also been selected as the “official art” for many prestigious sporting events including the Major League Baseball World Series and All-Star Game as well as the New York Marathon. Enjoy more of Stanley Silver’s artwork at www.stanleysilver.com. Stay Inspired!       Please leave your questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.  


Now We’re Cooking – An Experience In Louisville

So I’ve been back from Kentucky for a few days now and took some time to “marinate” over my adventure and all the information collected from the GE Monogram Experience Center. Over twenty designers, architects and bloggers descended on THE 21C Hotel in Louisville Kentucky. Hotel 21C Museum Hotel….Home of our dear friends the #RedPenguins For the next three days we were ushered out to the GE Facility where we took part in product training sessions – and participated in an all out hands-on cooking frenzy!  What a highlight that was for me! The #GEJUNE Dream Team.  A special group Here we witnessed first hand how design, innovation and performance is truly the backbone of the GE Monogram Appliance Series.  The majority of our time was spent in the culinary studio, which housed 5 separate state-of-the-art kitchens – each one fitted with the GE Monogram Dual Fuel Professional Range, Advantium Oven and Induction Cooktop! From our southern breakfast on Day 1 to our “Iron Chef” competition on Day 3, we were boiling, baking, browning and sautéing all in an effort to learn and experience each appliance first hand.  This was all under the expert guidance of the very talented chefs Joe Castro and Brian Logsdon.   GE Monogram Dual Fuel Professional Range Now we’re cooking with gas!  This very impressive Dual Fuel Pro Range is engineered for precision temperatures and even cooking. It’s a dream to cook with, full of bells and whistles and extremely user friendly.  I also found the LED lighting that washes over each control knob illuminates the graphics making it easy to read. Whether entertaining large or small crowds this range provides a professional performance for the serious at home chef! GE Monogram Advantium Oven Baking light and fluffy homemade biscuits in 10 minutes?  That was on the menu for our first southern breakfast. The Advantium oven baked them 4 times faster than a conventional oven and no preheating necessary!  It was particularly quick and easy to operate. The speedcooking technology combines halogen, ceramic, convection and microwave – cooks food in a fraction of the time – and bakes, broils and roasts with oven quality results.  Oh and as an added bonus for us working moms (and dads), the oven comes programmed with 175 recipes and you can add your own secret family recipes into the memory bank.  The best is the oven will determine the ideal cooking time for you. GE Monogram Induction Cooktop Cooking on an induction cooktop for me took some getting used to.  If you like to wiggle and jiggle ….your pan – like I do – and you wander off the element – it will automatically shut itself off.  The magnetic field only heats the metal surface that it’s touching. Yet this cooktop provides an outstanding level of control, convenience and design sophistication – along with great speed, efficiency and it’s easy to clean. I couldn’t think of a more amazing and highly talented group of people to share this experience with – so thank you GE for graciously hosting this event and providing us with such valuable information on the Monogram Series of appliances. Team 1   The Iron Chef Winners                  Photo via Jonathan Legate Team 2  (Our awesome group)                          Photo via Jb Bartkowiak Aprons on and ready to cook! Stay Inspired! Please leave your questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.


3 Days in Louisville KY – GE Monogram Experience Center

I’m Heading off to Louisville KY this morning where I was Invited along with 20 other designers and bloggers from around the US and Canada to learn about the GE Monogram Series of Appliances.  Our gracious hosts from GE are providing us all with first class Southern hospitality – from airfare, transportation and luxury accommodations at 21c Museum Hotel. 21c Museum Hotel in Louisville I’m equally thrilled to share this experience with some old friends and looking forward to making some new ones.  This is definitely one of the perks that come with sharing design insights and inspiration with you through my blog. The 10,000 square foot state of the art GE Monogram Experience Center (a modern structure constructed of glass, steel and brick located in the City Center) showcases the very latest in appliance design and innovation and houses a culinary studio, wine tasting room and gallery. GE Monogram Experience Center What better way to learn about these innovative appliances than to actually cook on them….right?  And according to our schedule we’ll be watching, learning and participating in all kinds of cooking sessions – thankfully under the watchful eye and supervision of a professional Chef!  Love it! Gaining invaluable product knowledge, participating in hands-on cooking sessions and experiencing Southern charm for the very first time will undoubtedly provide me with plenty to share with you ….so stay tuned for future posts on my GE Monogram Series Experience.   Stay Inspired!   I encourage you leave questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.


HOME DESIGN – What’s Hot For 2011

Happy New Year!  It’s hard to believe that a year ago I wrote an article “What’s Hot And What’s Not For 2010”.  I had such a huge response to this piece that I thought it was only fitting to share a similar version of the home building, renovation and design trends that are topping the charts for this year. Whether you’re customizing a recently purchased home, making the changes needed to update your existing space or are simply interested in increasing the overall value of your home, keep these ideas in mind when tackling your 2011 home improvement projects. WHAT’S HOT: Smaller Homes For those families purchasing new homes, many are looking for more modestly sized properties than the McMansions of the past.   Being more attracted to the space they need rather than the space their ego wants – is on today’s agenda.  It’s all about being more value conscious and living authentically. Although some newly built homes may be shrinking in size – by only about 10-15% (reducing overall room sizes), the high-end materials and finishes are in no way compromised. Rooms are becoming more multi-functional than in years past and therefore it’s more important than ever to maximize every inch of space – within the existing footprint – and provide creative and integrated storage solutions throughout your entire home.  Less clutter and greater organization will contain your “stuff” and still allow your home to feel more spacious and uncluttered. There is a return to a more simple, warm, natural and clean-lined design reminiscent of mid-century modern architecture. A blending contemporary and traditional styles – resulting in a chic transitional design style. Greener, Healthier and Smarter Homes The current scene is definitely green. Energy efficiency is fast becoming the hottest and most desirable trend or “shift” in the home design and building industry. You can go all the way and completely reduce your carbon footprint or simply begin by introducing energy-efficient windows, lighting, appliances, tank-less water heaters, low-VOC paints, stains and sealants into your next home renovation or building projects. With a one-year extension of energy efficiency tax credits, it only makes sense to take advantage of this offer and incorporate these products along with more durable and sustainable materials when you’re updating your home. Easy maintenance, high quality materials and integral smart systems make for an easy transition for the changing family.  Integrating state of the art or “Smart” technology into our homes is a very hot trend that continues to blaze.  It’s about making our lives easier.  Controlling kitchen appliances, lighting and your entertainment systems from a centralized panel will soon be foreshadowed by the apps from our smart phones where we’ll be able turn on our lights, have our fireplace crackling and our dinner cooked to perfection the moment we walk through the door.  Sign me up! Universal Design Renovating your existing home by removing interior walls not only improves the flow, it also creates an open and flexible floor plan, which is more comfortable and versatile for families who love to entertain – particularly in kitchens which now serve as multi-functional environments incorporating cooking, dining, gathering, entertaining and even working together in one open space. Re-designing your home’s overall layout and introducing some Universal Design principles into your renovation could include wider doorways, main floor master suites, and user-friendly kitchens and baths.  These subtle tweaks make even the smallest homes feel more spacious and appeals to an enormous segment of the population –Baby Boomers and Gen Xers alike. Work Spaces The homeprenuer trend is not just growing – it’s intensifying.  With an unstable economy comes the opportunity for more people to work from home either part time or launch home-based businesses. Today’s technology makes it easy to be as productive at home as in an office-based location. Since most home-based businesses must co-exist with families, separating the living and working environments can be a challenge.  If you’re lucky enough to have a separate guesthouse, a detached carriage house, or space above your garage then designate that space for the ideal office location.  Otherwise, like the vast majority of home-based businesses provide a space within the home itself – an unused bedroom, space beneath a stairway, or corner of the kitchen or family room.  Either way – select an area where noise and traffic are at a minimum and privacy is optimum! Porches and Decks With the trend of downsizing our homes comes the idea of expanding our interior living spaces to the outdoors.  Homes with charming porches and decks naturally transition the interior to the exterior instantly expanding your living space. It extends the summer season almost forcing us to live outdoors before the really cold weather sets in. Porches can define a neighborhood, and recapture a sense of community. Decks can be as simple or elaborate as the home they’re attached to.  Multi-leveled or single, built in seating or casual seating areas, hot tubs, outdoor kitchens, and fire pits – all of which create added living space and provide a vacation-like atmosphere. Design your porch or deck to compliment the character of your home's exterior architecture. Give it some thought in planning.  It should be proportionate to the size of your home and property and make sure to include energy efficient solar or LED lighting. Keeping abreast of these home design trends will help guide you when it comes time for you complete your “to do” list.  Families grow, people mature and our needs change.  It’s all about re-inventing your home making it feel as though it was built just for you. Stay Inspired! I encourage you leave questions or comments below this post, and fill out the form on the right hand side of this page to receive your free copy of my special report: “15 Money Saving Strategies When Planning Your Home Renovation” Article by Lori Gilder, Architectural Interior Designer, Los Angeles, Ca. © 2011 Lori Gilder. Interior Makeovers Inc.


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