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When people find out what I do for living, I usually hear one of two things:

-"I need your help,"


-"you can never come to my house." How rude!

I think people worry that I'll analyze and dissect their home, looking for everything they're doing wrong. And that's just not true! Not for me, anyway.

It's like I have a switch in my brain that is completely OFF until someone asks for my opinion on a problem area in their home, and that's when my switch turns ON.

However, there are two things that my OCD brain sees right a way.

One of them is the size and placement of an area rug.

And the second is if your art is crooked. (Don't judge.)

OK, let's talk about rugs.

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Standard-size rugs come in 4x6, 5x7, 6x9, 8x10, and 11x14 feet.

If you manage to find the right size for the right area and the right price, it's a good day. In reality, the standard sizes rarely work in the spaces I design. Let me explain.