Stacy Zarin Goldberg
There are plenty of reasons why homeowners shy away from big, bold décor, and lean into neutrals, instead. It’s understandable—it often takes a lot of space to pull off some of those over-the-top looks. And when you’re a design novice, deciding how and when to take the risk with a home decorating choice can be overwhelming. If you do want to go big, however, don’t let that fear stop you. Here, General Judd and Cristina Casañas-Judd, the husband-wife team behind Me and General Design, and Nina Grauer and Eleanor Trepte of DeKay & Tate explain how to best take a design risk in your own space.
Change the narrative.
Casañas-Judd says no room is off limits when it comes to pushing design boundaries—but she understands why a good percentage of her clients stay on the safer side of design (think…