LH Interiors, Lisa Higgason, ASID, RID
Collage of design work by Lisa Higgason

Designing with style

The home is perhaps the most important environment we experience. Residential interior design is largely an intimate endeavor. You want your home environment to be functional, comfortable, and personal. I am dedicated to helping you achieve the ideal ambience to achieve the atmosphere and amenity that will frame your home as a reflection of your personal lifestyle.

Granite counter top with mosaic glass backsplash.

The dining room

In an era where personal values are paramount and friends and families wish for more time together at home, the dining room has once again become the ultimate gathering place for both formal and informal occasions. Your dining room should reflect your style whether it is traditional, sleek and modern, or relaxed, weathered antique pine. The warmth of your dining room or any room comes from the total package of furnishings, wall coverings, window coverings, flooring, lighting and accessories. The ultimate compliment to the host is to have the group remain at the table long after the meal is complete.

Glass top dining table with custom chairs and server with carriage painting above
Collage of images from dining room, with wall painted with Sherwin Williams Poinsetta

Focus on windows

Window treatments give us the unique opportunity to be treated like a piece of wall art with elaborate treatments or to bring the outside in with light and airy treatments. Obviously in the south, we need window treatments to block out the heat and protect our furnishings from sun damage but we can do this in many styles. Layering window treatments is a popular way to add depth and texture to a room setting.

The first layer is the functional layer that keeps out the heat and cold and might consist of wood blinds, pleated shades or sheer draperies. The second and third layer create the depth and add to the ambience of the room setting. Window treatments can coordinate with the style of the room whether contemporary or traditional or they can contrast like a piece of art. Custom shutters are a wonderful addition to both contemporary and traditional settings and most often look best when standing alone without a second layer.

Various views of bathroom window treatement using lined sheer Roman shades
Master bedroom with custom shutters
Collage of custom swag drapery treatment
Layered window treatment with Box Pleated Valance, side panel drapery and pleated shade

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