On January 31, Ronald McDonald House celebrates the grand opening of the Ronald McDonald Family Room at UAMS to provide respite for families with infants in the NICU. “Wesley Walls, architect with Polk Stanley Wilcox, and his team have designed a beautiful space that will provide four overnight rooms for NICU families where they can stay steps away from their babies,” says Janell Mason, executive director of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Arkansas. “The room also has a day-use space for all NICU families to enjoy a sense of normalcy. We interviewed past families of the NICU and they said, You’ve just got to be able to get away from the beeping monitors.”…
Today, we’re sharing the first in a series of videos created by interior designer Tobi Fairley, in which she uses the home design featured in our June issue to offer advice on how to use her techniques in your own home. This video is all about how to create a family room that is both comfortable AND stylish.
Creating spaces that are full of style, but are also comfortable, can be a challenge for designers. If your home has kids and pets, that makes it doubly difficult. So what if you want style and design, but you want your family to feel at home and like they can relax and really put their feet up? Here are some tips for you!
Vibrant patterns in furniture and drapery inspire today’s color palette, which is sure to brighten this cool winter day. As seen in our “Relaxed Refinement” feature, this Little Rock home’s downstairs area offers a more casual space for relaxing. Designed by Massimo Interior Design in Little Rock, the den incorporates brighter punches of the home’s cool-toned palette. Crewel drapes provide color and movement against the linen-hued walls. Read the full story online in the January/February issue here or find a copy on newsstands.