Our guest today is Kara Cox of Kara Cox Interiors in Greensboro, North Carolina. She’s a North Carolina native in furniture country, so you know she’s passionate about craftsmanship, handmade details, and supporting local artisans. We talk about her own home renovation and how to take on a big project for yourself.
What You’ll Hear on This Show:
- Why she loves being a Southern designer
- Her background and how she got her first clients
- How her style has evolved over time influenced by her own home projects
- How she prepares her clients for home renovations
- Details that set her clients’ rooms apart
Hello Ballard ladies!
I love the podcast so much. I hoard episodes and listen to them back-to-back on long drives.
Harking back to a Fran Keenan episode, I have a question about the best way to curtain a glass door. I will attach a photo of what I am dealing with. I think Fran had a specific way of attaching a curtain, and I wanted to see if any of you remembered it. I think it was from her first episode, but I just didn’t get it.
I think the other windows are all getting plantation shutters. This room is also getting a Jonah chair thanks to Caroline’s assistance with cushion measurements!
Thanks for any help you can offer!
I have a neutral living room with just a few touches of butter/grieve. I want to freshen up my pillows and I didn’t know how I can make the room seem more updated?
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