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Yellow Radiance

Excited to see one of our bold office spaces featured on Decoist – interior design and architecture latest post “Energize Your Workspace: 30 Home Offices with Yellow Radiance”

“A splash of yellow in the home office can completely alter the ambiance of the room, and the more neutral the color palette of you home office, the better it is visually. Fun, vivacious and at times mesmerizing! ”

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Bold Color {Our Favorite Mix}

Obviously we are not ones to shy away from bold color, so today we wanted to share one of our favorite mix! Cobalt, yellow and fuchsia is a bold combination but when they are balanced out together the overall look will be beautiful. This sitting room is full of natural light and the cobalt sofa was a perfect choice for the main piece to anchor the room. We selected a subtle yellow pattern for the accent chairs and let the bold patterns and colors from the antique Chinese Art Deco rug dictate the use of the fuchsia accents.

















Images: Melanie Johnson Photography for Studio Ten 25

Decorist {Elite Designer}

I am excited to announce my partnership with Decorist! Now you can get virtual design by yours truly, with a few easy steps and for a fabulous price too! We are an elite designer for Decorist, and for $399 you can have the Studio Ten 25 look as your budget allows!

I love how Decorist was created to bring great design  to everyone. To help make it easy for people to create an amazing space, that reflects their personal style, all within their budget.  Your home does not have to look like a magazine. It just needs to be you. And loving your space can be as simple as finding that one great piece or getting some design help to pull it all together and make it feel new again.

That’s what Decorist is all about. Helping you tell your design story so you can fall in love with your home again.

We are offering a $20 coupon code when you order your design! Use code: abbefenimore20 for the discount at checkout!




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Rue Daily {Layering}

I’m sharing my top tips for layering color, pattern and texture on Rue Magazine ’s Rue Daily. I love talking about my favorite ways to layer texture, pattern and color in the spaces that I design. Thank you Rue for sharing my tips!

“Many of us hold back when deciding on the overall look and feel for our rooms. I love when a client is open to incorporating daring pieces without worrying about what visitors will say. If you can’t stop thinking about an element, just go for it.”










Images: Melanie Johnson Photography for Studio Ten 25

Stylish Sorority Houses

Excited to see our Alpha Delta Pi University of North Texas​ Sorority house project featured in Southern Living​ & Apartment Therapy​ this week!!!
“On Campus: 5 Stylish Sorority Houses”

You can also see more of the BEFORE & AFTER shots featured on SEVENTEEN MAGAZINE!!

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Accent Walls {Tips & Tricks}

Wanting to add an accent wall to your space? I am sharing a few tips on Real Simple this week!

Generally, an accent wall is supposed to be the focal point of the room, so select the color wisely. “I tend to work with accent colors that are within the same color palette as the space,” says interior designer Abbe Fenimore. “That way, the space has depth, looks cohesive, and is tactfully layered. If a really bold color is used, it’s important to incorporate that color around the room using art, accessories, or a great rug.”






Rental Kitchen Fix

We recently shared a few tips with Real Simple on how to make your rental feel more like home. This high rise apartment is modern, masculine and beyond gorgeous. But, making it fell more like home was at the top of our to-do list. Not everyone is a fan of having a rug in the kitchen because once you spill food and it works its way down into the rug, it can become a nasty mess. Adding an affordable rug that doubles as an indoor/outdoor piece is the key. Indoor / outdoor rugs are easy to clean and usually won’t stain as easily either.

We used this fun rug from West Elm to bring in a punch of color and a simplistic pattern for the large open kitchen. A few chic accessories to store kitchen gadgets gave this kitchen a lived in feel that looks anything but temporary!

Images: Melanie Johnson for Studio Ten 25


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The Right White

Our client’s sitting room is the perfect mix of neutrals, wood tones and bits of metallic accents. We have looked high and low for the perfect rug to tie it all together, and finally found the best look for the room. Although we loved the look of tonal graphic patterns, this simple wool rug from Stark was the best option. The leather bound edges really finish off the piece and add a bit of texture to the space. I love how sleek and chic this room looks now, and the natural light makes everything shimmer!




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The Layered Look

A big THANK YOU to Engaged Media Inc.​ and MAKE IT OVER MAGAZINE for featuring a few of our favorite before and after rooms with the perfect balance of color and pattern. We are showing off a few of our favorite BEFORE and AFTERs from our favorite projects and talking layers!



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Old Is New

It is a great feeling to have all new furniture, but that isn’t always an option these days. We are fortunate to have so many local vintage stores here in Dallas to find unique pieces. These vintage barrel chairs were the perfect pieces for this client’s living room, and a bit of leopard fabric always does the trick too!  Images: Heather Hawkins Photography. You can see more images from this stunning Dallas home on Domino.