Bill Livingston Featured in December 2011 Issue of CH&L
Posted on November 22, 2011 by jlamberski
Kd. designer Bill Livingston shared his thoughts on interior designing, current trends and inspiration with Colorado Homes & Lifestyles for the December 2011 issue. Here’s a little of what Bill shared CH&L about his design philosophy:
I believe the more I guide them throughout this process the more passionate they become about the decisions being made . . . The most important part of my design philosophy is that any space I help create must be about the person living in it.
As the kitchen space has evolved to become the hub of all activity and gathering, Bill believes in working closely with the client to customize this space accordingly. As he listens to his clients, Bill is noticing a momentous trend in responsibility. Recycling and choosing energy-efficient appliances and bulbs are no longer the only ways we can reduce our impact on the environment, and homeowners and designers are embracing the industry shift. Bill expressed his excitement with the continued introduction of new environmentally conscious materials and products that are increasing both the sustainability and quality of life in the home.
If you are looking for some local inspiration, Bill recommends driving by Semple Brown’s contemporary design of the new Parker Arts, Culture and Events Center. Particularly impressive is the punctured-steel façade that brings a new age nuance to a relatively Victorian scene. Read more about Bill’s design background and inspiration by visiting the article at Colorado Homes & Lifestyles online.