Blogging and Social Media

JLHP Spring Designer Showhouse

I am excited to announce that Margaret Fisher Interiors will be designing a room for the Junior League of High Point (JLHP) and Traditional Home Magazine   designer showhouse this Spring! The 2015 Showhouse, a circa-1912 Tudor Revival home, will feature both local and national designers and will celebrate the theme “From High Point to the World.” Each designer will draw inspiration from the history of the Terry property and the furniture-rich history of High Point. The home’s transformation will create a modern, livable space in a historic home. My vision for the powder room came...

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Creative Collaboration (Part II)

Please visit the Queen City Style today  to see Whitley's room to outfit interpretation!

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Creative Collaboration (Part I)

Fashion is often an inspiration for interior design, and vice versa. Whether you are pulling from an entire ensemble or a single accessory, the mixture of colors and textures can guide the creative eye through a completed vision. With that in mind, I introduce a very fun and fashionable friend, Whitley Hamlin. Please click on her blog the Queen City Style for an introductory Q&A. Then tomorrow she will reveal her room to outfit interpretation from one of my projects. Comments welcome!

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“Money is a Terrific Lubricant”

I hope that I have not offended anyone with today's blog title, but it was my favorite quote from the conference. The 2012 Design Bloggers Conference has been packed with knowledgable and inspirational speakers. I don't know that it would be possible or fair to choose a favorite (Bunny Williams) but I would like to give credit to Kimberly Seldon for the entertainment yesterday. Your insight on money, lubrication, and of course blogging strategy was much appreciated. This has been an amazing experience! I feel very privileged to have been in the presence of such design genius. Please check out the conference...

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Live from Los Angeles

Where to begin?! Holly and I landed at LAX yesterday morning and checked in to our hotel for a little sprucing. We then ventured out to West Hollywood for lunch at The Ivy. I am sure the paparazzi was thrilled to see us. Actually they were not there. I think there was something else going on in Hollywood that was keeping them busy. Just a hunch. After lunch we took a stroll down Robertson for some shopping before heading up the hill to Dawnridge. Hutton and Ruth Wilkinson were kind enough to invite us to afternoon tea honoring Rhonda Carmen (www.allthebestblog.uk.co). Seeing their new house and Dawnridge...

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