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The design community has been an important group for Outrageous Rugs. We often work hand in hand with them finding the perfect floor coverings for their projects.
We wanted to shine a spotlight on some of the best and most deserving designers that we’ve had the privilege of working with over the years.
This is our second interview and this time we talk with interior designer Beverly Stadler, President of Design Focus in San Clemente, CA.
Outrageous Rugs: What part of interior design excites you the most?
Beverly Stadler: Planning the interior architecture of the space, and the architectural tile, stone, cabinetry, lighting and other stylistic elements that set the tone for the home interior.
OR: Can you share a couple of the fun and successful projects you’ve been involved with?
BS: Mike, from Outrageous Rugs, has been a great help in many projects that we have completed. One in particular in Lake Matthews was particularly fun, as the clients appreciated the beauty and quality of both the Tufinkian rugs we recommended for their living room [pictured above] and family room, despite the cost.
OR: What is the most important aspect to think about when decorating a space and why?
BS: The function of the space, needs of the clients utilizing the space, and the desires and visions that client has for the home, and space, tempered with the budget, style of the home, and the exterior view.
OR: What are your favorite rug designs and types?
BS: I am particularly fond of subtle wool and silk and more contemporary rugs in neutral tones, but I appreciate most all styles and types.
OR: Can you give us a few easy tips about how you choose the rugs for your projects?
BS: I consider budget first and foremost, utilization (family room with dogs, cats and children or a single use adult library with little natural light?) style, pattern and color.
OR: What are the current biggest trends in rugs at this time?
BS: Multi level textures/hi low pattern, more colorful rugs, geometric patterns, ‘Great Gatsby’ or 1920’s influenced patterns, ‘green’ or eco-friendly products such as sisal and coir.
About Beverly Stadler:
Stadler is a professional member and past president of the Orange County Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers, serving in that capacity from 2003-2004. She is also a Certified Designer in the state of California (CID), and is qualified by the National Council of Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ). She holds a 3-year associate degree in Interior Design from the California Institute of Applied Design and has had 30 years’ experience in the field of interior design. Stadler has won numerous national and regional design awards, and has been published extensively.
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