San Diego Home and Garden
MICHELLE MEYERS WAS FEATURED IN THE MAY 2018 ISSUE OF SAN DIEGO HOME AND GARDEN
“Michelle Meyers of Joli G Interiors & Designs in Carlsbad says patterns are a satisfying way to modernize a space with the latest on-trend design but cautions the budget-conscious against using the latest print on furnishings that anchor the room. Pottery Barn’s red paisley or Laura Ashley’s China blue might be de rigueur today and outdated tomorrow, she says. “It’s very expensive to reupholster,” Michelle says.
She recently created a playroom with bold black-and-white striped walls, a gray geometric rug and a side chair in damask-print upholstery. The wall pattern is striking, but it’s a quick fix if the homeowners eventually want a change because Michelle painted the walls with a stencil rather than applying pricey wallpaper. Michelle likes to juxtapose hard and soft lines against each other and pull patterns from different eras. “It’s a mistake to make everything matchy-matchy. It just doesn’t look interesting,” she says. It’s important to have a diversity in print scale to mix patterns effectively, the interior designers agree. Gay Butler of Rancho Santa Fe’s Gay Butler Interior Design says she won’t put together patterns that are too similar in relative size.” Read the Entire Article Here
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