‘No Place to Hide’: How to Choose a Real Interior Designer
In a city where the average home costs more than $2 million, there’s no place to hide in an interior design studio.
In the case of the “No Place To Hide” project, the project’s designer, Daniel Bourgeois, says he chose to work on the home’s interior, rather than on the exterior of the home.
The project is now available on the site at HomeGoods, which Bourgeois says is a better place for his work.
The interior design assistants on the project say they have never heard of such a thing.
“It was just a very beautiful design,” said a home designer in the studio.
“It was a lot of fun.
It was a bit like being in a movie.
It felt like we were part of the story.
I’m not sure if we’re the only ones who are in a film.
I think it’s a great thing.”
One of the architects on the ” No Place To Hides” project says the “resistance to design” stems from a misconception of the traditional home as a place where “you have to wear a dress and you have to go to a movie.”
“There are lots of places to hide, and it’s not necessarily in your home,” said the architect, who asked to remain anonymous.
“You have a closet, you have a drawer, you can hide it in a closet or a bedroom.”
In a similar vein, a home decorator who worked on a project for the home-improvement company says she didn’t want to go out of her way to work in a studio because she didn