Boston Interior Designer AbbeyK Reveals Trade Secrets on New Blog: http://www.OnInteriorDesign.com

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Residential interior designer Abbey Koplovitz dispenses interior design ideas, showcases ongoing renovations, and demystifies home interior design.

Ever wonder what a bathroom looks like stripped to its studs? The best height for a lighting fixture or chandelier? How to avoid the costly mistake of buying the wrong size furniture?

Check out On Interior Design, the new blog authored by one of Boston's most sought after interior designers, Abbey Koplovitz of AbbeyK, Inc.

With her non-nonsense style, principal Abbey Koplovitz dispenses plenty of insider's decorating tips; showcases ongoing projects; and demystifies the process of a creating a home you love. Koplovitz illustrates her blog with photographs galore, including images of renovation projects as they progress.

"I get interior design ideas from challenges my clients struggle with, projects I'm working on, and trends in design," said Koplovitz. "The blog is very interactive, with people sending in photos along with comments and questions about their own homes. I want people to understand that good interior design is attainable, whether your budget is modest or grand. Also, green design is a topic worth exploring in home design."

Koplovitz delights in busting many of our deepest held design myths. Paint a small room a light color to make it appear larger, right? Wrong. Just check out the 5 foot by 5 foot charcoal grey powder room on the blog. In Koplovitz's inimitable words, "Dark and deep can be fabulous."

About AbbeyK, Inc.

AbbeyK is an interior design and decorating firm offering a range of services - from full service decorating to design coaching to color consulting. AbbeyK's work can be seen at AbbeyK.com and in homes throughout the metropolitan Boston area, on Cape Cod, and in Berkeley, California, and New York City. The firm's philosophy boils down to one simple idea: Love Where You Live.

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