“I love to create an atmosphere that reflects the customer’s personality.I want them to walk in and say, Wow! I’m glad to be here!” Diane Pelzer said.
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) May 26, 2011
Diane Pelzer’s work as an Interior Designer can be viewed by visiting homes, galleries, doctor’s office and corporate headquarters. Regardless of where she works, her main focus is to please the customer.
“I love to create an atmosphere that reflects the customer’s personality. I have heard designers who tell their clients that they can’t have this item or that a certain color or accessory won’t work. But my job, as a designer, is to bring their personality into the room or home. I want them to walk in and say, Wow! I’m glad to be here!” Diane Pelzer said.
Pelzer said she knew from the time she was 12-years old that she would be an interior designer. She has always loved working with the colors, textures, materials and accessories to pull a room, or a whole house together. She had that opportunity recently, when a client lost everything in a house fire. Diane worked with them on the rebuilding of their 5000 square feet home. She started with them at the blueprint phase and worked to the final touches, helping them select furnishings, carpeting, wall colors, window treatments, and art and decorative items. The results: A fabulous interior that welcomes the family.
Over the years, Pelzer said she has seen an array of designs and colors go away and come back again. From the bright colors of the 80s to the muted hues of the 90s, and back again to a mixture of both, the saying ‘what goes around comes around’ is certainly true as far as interior design is concerned.
“For spring we are seeing a lot of watermelon red, bright greens and all shades of pinks. Both pastels and bright colors are in, depending on where they will be used in a home or office. There are some things that are timeless, and it is my job as the interior designer, to find what is timeless to my client.” Pelzer said.
Pelzer has noticed a retreat from the heavy woods and dark drapes to a more rugged-urban look and feel, not really country, but not quite up-scale city. The look ends up being a mixture of lighter woods, bolder colors, bright metals and a unique look and feel for today’s modern family.
Hoffman and Albers is a full service interior design center, offering everything from floors to walls and what lies between. Located at 9405 Kenwood Road in Cincinnati, their clients are made to feel at ease from the moment they enter the door. http://www.hoffmanandalbersinteriors.com
Diane Pelzer considers herself to be a “full-service interior designer” which may be why she has spent the last five years at Hoffman and Albers. It’s a great fit.
For more information, contact:
Hoffman and Albers Interiors
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