As it turns out, the powder room was where one went to refresh their powdered wig and nose or to make a quick retreat from boorish conversation (yawn!). Typically, the powder room was a water closet near the formal entertaining room, making it convenient for guests needing a moment to themselves.
When it comes to serenity in your sleeping quarters, we’ll lay it down: the bedroom is meant to be a dreamy oasis; a calming and comfortable retreat; a relaxation station designed especially for you to unplug and power down.
We think it’s time that Connecticut’s hardworking paint contractors got a break.
Whether you’re working on commercial, industrial, multi-residential or institutional properties, John Boyle Decorating Centers’ new online ordering system is a true time saver. And time, as they say, is money.
Imagine sitting in your hairstylist’s chair. After asking for a trim, you notice that their snip-happy scissors have lopped off too much. Do you speak up and ask that they fix the mistake, or leave the salon a dissatisfied customer? These tips will help you communicate your vision and ensure the success of your project.
Everyone, and we mean everyone, looks next-level happy and healthy with a rosy glow. Slowly sip on that fact as we bask in Benjamin Moore’s choice for Color of the Year 2020: First Light – a fresh and luminous blush-pink stunner that is both flirty and flattering
Already a decade into the best career decision she ever made, Norell still finds the idea of a blank space filled with nothing but endless possibilities positively exhilarating. Read More
Winter is approaching and with friends and family coming over for the holidays it’s never too late to consider redecorating and painting. But can you paint your home in the cold winter months? While winter may not be the best time to paint the exterior of your home or business, it’s actually a good time to start painting the interior. Here are a few reasons to consider. Read More
“Learning about my customers’ lifestyle, family, likes and dislikes helps me to create their finished space. Gathering customer input is the most important part of my job in helping to create and complete a project that is a true reflection of them.”
A coat of paint helps repurpose old treasures, but it can also give purpose to new designers. Just ask Lisa Hubina, whose love of paint recently inspired her to start a colorful career as a design consultant with John Boyle Decorating Centers. Read More
Before joining our team, Nancy was a decorative painter with a renowned custom paint design shop specializing in furniture and other home accessories. “I wouldn’t say I chose this line of work, it feels more like a natural progression,” Nancy says. “I have always had a drive to be creative and one thing just seemed to flow into another.” Read More
As the saying goes, kitchens and bathrooms sell homes – so it’s no coincidence that those two rooms happen to be designer Brandon Snyder’s favorite spaces to decorate. After all, it was through his own real estate dealings that Brandon got hooked on interior design. Since joining the design team at John Boyle Decorating Centers, Brandon has been able to lend that same expertise to helping customers create the homes of their dreams. Read More