Our designs are all planned with a specific style in mind and each detail is purposefully placed. Today’s spotlight features our Dominica project. Check out details on one of our favorite projects below!
Anne Rue Interiors was recently featured on the list of Orlando Business Journal's Top Women Owned Businesses in Central Florida. Owner, Anne Rue, sat down to answer some questions about what being a female entrepreneur and business owner means to her. Q: What does being a business owner mean to you and why did you become an entrepreneur in the first place? ANNE: I really think I was born to be an entrepreneur! Since I was 15, I have always…
Recently we were honored to win two awards from the Greater Orlando Builder’s Association. Our Balfour design was winner for Best Interior Design and today, we’re going to walk you through some of our design choices in this modern farmhouse inspired home.
For some people, a feature wall is not of interest. They would rather their paint color be a backdrop, instead of a focal point. Sounds easy right? Not always! The problem is that beige, cream, and off-white can blend together and drive a person crazy. That's where we come in! Paint color and picking the perfect one for you is just one of our specialties. Here are the neutrals we're loving right now.
It’s been a busy summer, and we’re back with huge progress on our exciting project with K Hovnanian Homes. We have laid out the groundwork for the clubhouse in their active adult lifestyle community, The Four Seasons at Orlando and things are coming along beautifully! Today we’re showing you a part of the project that may not be the first thing that comes to mind during your remodel or new build, the ceiling. Ceilings are important for obvious reasons, but…
A fireplace is usually the focal point of the room. Since we live in Florida, we are quite obviously not using ours to warm up year round, so instead I see it as a piece of art. You can style your fireplace to match your mood, the season, or simply add to the aesthetic of your space. I love that you can change what’s on and around it as little or as often as you want and it provides a…
Add Pops of Color Accent your home “summer-style” by adding bright colors in the simplest places. Start with your living areas. One easy replacement to re-cover or switch out accent pillows and replace your fuzzy winter throw blankets with lighter fabric and brighter color choices. You can temporarily store your current accents on the mantle, coffee table, or in the entryway to add color with accessories like citrus-y candles, books with colorful covers, and vases that pop.
Something I love about interior design is creating a space unique and personal to the owner. In many designs, you can use the natural surroundings of a space to inspire the design inside. The environment outside a home can be overlooked, but is such an important transition. Everyone knows i’m a Francophile, so when I found this article from 1stDibs.com, I had to share my take on these gorgeous French Country Estates that transition beautifully from outdoors to inside.
We’re back again with our second installment, no pun intended, of processes as we design the K. Hovnanian Four Seasons clubhouse. If you’re just tuning in, make sure you check out Part I to see the active adult lifestyle space we are designing. Today, we’re talking all things flooring!
Wait, it’s March already? Does anyone else say this every year? I’m so happy to be moving closer to spring! It’s the perfect time to visit cities like Savannah, Georgia. If you catch it on a nice weekend like I did, this city has just about everything I want in a close weekend getaway: culture, history, beautiful architecture, and delicious food! Here is a quick photo journal from my recent weekend rendezvous in Savannah.