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STYLE

Martha O’Hara Interiors INSTAGRAM: OHARAINTERIORSOFFICIAL

Q: How would you describe your interior design style?

A: Instead of limiting ourselves, we look to imbue

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every space with a sense of welcome and ease regardless of style. In every home we decorate, balance is key. First and foremost, things have to work. After that comes style, and our clients take us in so many directions – from traditional to transitional, modern to farmhouse. Creating a timeless space comes with experience and confidence. We know better than to chase trends, and would rather make them.

Q: How has the style at Martha O’Hara evolved over time?

A: Design styles are a lot less categorized than

in the past. We’re focused more on creating spaces that our clients love, that are filled with pieces they love. Today, styles tend to play off each other, where mixing and matching is welcomed and styles like modern, farmhouse, transitional, and Scandinavian can be combined.

Q: What is your best piece of advice for someone who is redecorating their home?

A: We recommend partnering with a designer that inspires trust – someone that will listen to you and will work to design a home that allows you to be yourself, freely and comfortably. When you find a trustworthy designer, where you also respond to their body of work, then the process becomes effortless. Our job as designers is to make your decisions easy. The best advice we can give is to speak up when things aren’t following your aesthetic, but try to also stay flexible and keep an open mind.

Read more on paradeofhomes.org/blog See these furnishings on the Parade of Homes #263 by City Homes

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March 31–April 2, 2017 | Friday–Sunday 12–6pm

2017 Spring Parade of Homes Remodelers Showcase® Guidebook  

An official publicaiton of the Builders Association of the Twin Cities (BATC)

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