TIPS FOR DECORATING WITH FRESH FLOWERS
While I can come up with an outfit for pretty much any occasion, I’m lost when it comes to outfitting my new apartment. And on a tight budget, you don’t have a ton of extra cash to spend on cute décor, let alone much space to put it. But there are a few easy and budget-friendly ways you can make an apartment look nice. My favorite is decorating with fresh flowers. Even a small bouquet will cheer up my postage stamp-size apartment. “Flowers add freshness to a room,” says interior designer Tamara Sayago-Dunner. “It’s a welcoming symbol.” Keep in mind Tamara’s tips for decorating your space with flowers on a budget! Read full article at divinecaroline.com
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COLLEGE FURNITURE AND DECORATING FROM THE PROS
Tamara Sayago-Dunner, interior designer and expert shopper, breaks the task down into actionable bullet points. “Start with a favorite color combination, pattern or style. Dorm rooms are usually drab, so brighten it up with fun and bright colors like neon or bright colors including turquoise, orange, yellow or pink.” Read full article at contempospace.com…
BACK-TO-SCHOOL COLLEGE DORM DECORATING TIPS
So you’ve left the nest and your childhood bedroom is poised to become a glorified storage closet for your family’s things. Interior designer Tamara Dunner says the best way to make your tiny new dorm room feel like home is to decorate with care and an eye toward color, pattern and style. Read More.
INTERIOR DESIGN NEWSPAPER ARTICLES
-Daily Record March 27, 2004, “Elegant Eye” by Lorraine Ash
-Suburban Trends October 19, 2005, “Dunner Kitchen Deemed a Stunner” by Hector Seda
-The Record September 30, 2005, “A Peek Inside Smoke Rise” by Elaine D’Arerizio
INTERIOR DESIGN WEB FEATURES
The Design Selection Team at Ava Living chose Tamara Dunner’s project from among 1,000’s for this week’s Ava’s Choice! This photo will appear as one of the featured projects in Ava’s Choice slide show for 7 days, from Monday, April 5th until Sunday, April 11th at 10PM PDT.