Interior designers complete Camp Lodge in California
on Thursday,September 08,2011 22:09
An interior design firm, Vallone Design, recently completed the Camp Lodge at Maris Camp in Truckee, California. It took designers Kim Anderson and Donna Vallone, six years to complete the project, but they are thrilled with the outcome.
"You really must see it to fully appreciate the commitment to detail this building received from the entire design team, but of course the upholstered ceilings are magnificent - inspired by antique Victorian crazy quilts - and are among my favorite features," Anderson said. "I upholstered all of the smaller spaces, such as phone rooms and dressing rooms, with different plaid ceilings, and while others may not notice, it's one detail that I just love about the building."
The duo, with the help of various architects and other designers, completed the luxurious clubhouse, which has golfing, tennis, spas and skiing.
Individuals who are interested in interior design may have a decent opportunity to land a job once they graduate from their design programs. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for professionals in this field is expected to increase by 19 percent between 2008 and 2018.
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