Tag Archives: Home Office/Study

New Work Order

Featured in: The Connection Newspapers Excerpt: “Whether it’s a nook, in the kitchen or a designated room, a home office is the place were ideas come to life. Local designers dish about the secrets to creating a workspace that is organized and functional yet stylish. ‘You’re going to spend a lot of time in it so aesthetics do matter,’ said Patricia Tetro of BOWA in McLean..Storage and the placement of it is one of the most important home office design decisions. ‘Where do you want to keep things?’ asks Tetro. ‘When sitting in a chair, do you need to have… Read More >

Design With Children in Mind – BOWA shares tips for design that work for the whole family

Featured in: Vienna and Oakton Connection Excerpt: “Whether it’s a closet, the kitchen or a study area, there are numerous ways to incorporate child-friendly design into any space, and children today are becoming more and more involved in the process. Even if the child is toddler-aged, simple tasks, such as picking colors, themes or bedding, can help them feel that they are part of ihe process. Besides being used more frequently, greater input in the planning stage should result in more pride in the space later and a desire to keep it neat and tidy.” For More Information: Click here… Read More >

Tips for Internet Access and Wireless Coverage in Your Renovated Home

Internet technology seems to be changing faster than ever, with new products and services constantly emerging. If you find that trying to stay on top of developments is like trying to keep up with the most recent celebrity marriages and divorces, we have a few helpful tips for you. Home Internet Choices Following is a breakdown of the options available when it comes to Internet access for your home.  Broadband – A high speed internet connection provided by an ISP (Internet Service Provider). Three common broadband options are:  FiOS – A Verizon product that employs the use of fiber optic… Read More >

Are you designing spaces with your kids in mind?

Whether it’s a closet, the kitchen or a study area, there are numerous ways to incorporate kid-friendly design into any space, and children today are becoming more and more involved in the process. Even if your child is toddler-aged simple tasks, such as picking colors, themes or bedding, can help them feel that they are part of the process. Besides being used more frequently, we can all hope that greater input in the planning stage will result in more pride in the space later and an unwavering desire to keep it neat and tidy!   Study Spaces A well-designed study area… Read More >