A.S.D. Interiors’ Mother’s Day Gift Certificates

This Mother’s Day surprise that special woman with something original that will leave her feeling excited and inspired! A.S.D. Interiors has created two custom packages which feature design services that can help Her obtain creative ideas for her home. Whether it is finishing those last touches, tackling projects that she may have been putting off, or just some design guidance, these gift certificates will make her feel like she can get the ideas she needs without breaking the bank.

Earth Week

Earth Week is celebrated during this last week of April in cities around the world. A.S.D. supports this week and we want you to know more about different things that you can do to support as well. In Interior Design Magazine Greenguard Environmental Institute; the worlds leading guide to low-emitting products, has offered Eco-tips that you can read about in order to contribute. Visit Interior Design Magazine website at http://www.interiordesign.net.

Design Lofts 2007 – Buiscuits Loft Tour, L.A.

The Buiscuit Loft Tour showcases a new series of lofts with the views of Downtown Los Angeles. These lofts offer three different penthouse designs all embracing the loft lifestyle. Designer’s Kenneth Brown (from “Re-Design” on HGTV), Alex Istambullu (architect and designer of these lofts) and Anderson-Miller Design have all come together to create these contemporary lofts that “blend craftsmenship and architectual integrity with modern conveniences and design” (LA Mag).
Anyone who loves design, architecture or just the lifestyle of Downtown Los Angeles should go take a tour of these contemporary lofts.

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A.S.D. Interior’s Kitchen Design Trend for the day:
Countertops made of concrete are the trend that will take off in 2007. The use of concrete countertops creates a look of distinction and that is earthy and natural; something stainless steel lacks. Concrete is a versatile moldable medium that is handcrafted into slabs. This is not just a piece of sidewalk on your kitchen counter, but can be designed and fabricated to the customer’s desires. Decorative elements can be added as well such as glass chips, broken tile and even the imprints of leaves and twigs.