M W Interiors services range from simple design projects that transform a house into a home, to full blown remodeling and construction projects, working with the client’s contractor or with husband and business partner, Dale Walker. As a team, Mickey Walker, ASID and Dale, dramatically change their client’s projects from average spaces into truly “Harmonious Homes” that offer style, comfort, and livability.
THE HARMONIOUS HOME WORKSHOP BEGINS Begins October 7th, 2017
SETTING THE ENERGY FOR YOUR HARMONIOUS HOME With Mickey Walker and Denyce Giannioses Saturday, August 19th 2017 Location: Webvoice, Redondo Beach RSVP: email@example.com
CREATING YOUR HARMONIOUS OFFICE With Mickey Walker and Jennifer Jones Thursday, September 7th 2017 Location: Showroom, Downtown LA RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
THE HARMONIOUS HOME & BODY WORKSHOP With Mickey Walker and Sherry Turner Tuesday September 19th 2017 Location: Webvoice, Redondo Beach RSVP: email@example.com
Creating a Harmonious Home: There Once Was a Man Named Dale How do I start to tell the story of Dale and I? It's a love story that started on a blind date. It’s funny, I am getting teary as I begin to write. Who knew that I would meet such an incredible man on a blind date, setup against my better judgement by my roommate, 38 years ago? Read More
Harmonious Home: Theme and Style, Lynn and Cris’ Story Over the years, I’ve learned that the most important thing in working with my clients is to listen. They may be saying one thing and really mean something entirely different. If more than one person lives in the home, such as a couple, it can really get interesting; they may both be agreeing on the same thing, but for entirely different reasons.Read More
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Traditional furnishings can hail from 18th century England, the French countryside or even the exotic lands of the East. Among the most popular traditional styles are British Colonial revival, 18th century English, 19th century neoclassical and French country.
Contemporary design can be described as a modern design that relies on smooth and polished surfaces, clean lines, simple and uncluttered look. It is not cold, but spacious and comfortable. It focuses on color, texture, furniture and lighting.
Transitional design is that it is a pleasing combination of opposites presented in a slightly unexpected way which created a thoughtful, personalized style for our client’s home. Transitional design meant there was no reason to throw out everything they already owned to create a new and exciting living environment.
Planning a new kitchen is like arranging a wedding. With so many decisions to make, gathering kitchen ideas in advance can make your remodeling experience much more enjoyable.
Remodeling or just freshening up a bathroom, you'll want to browse bathroom decorating ideas. While the blueprint for your bathroom won't change based on how it's decorated, you can "expand" the space with a few strategic decorating ideas, creating a space that's elegant, attractive and efficient.
STAIRCASES & HARDWOOD:
Whether you are building a new house or remodeling your current home, adding a custom staircase and hardwood flooring is the perfect way to make a dramatic statement.
During the 1920s and '30s, Spanish Colonial Revival was one of the most popular architectural styles in the Southwest. Colorful ceramic tile as well as clay tile roofs, roughly plastered walls, arched doorways, and wrought iron window grilles create some of the key elements of this style.
Fireplaces are often the centerpiece of a living room. A place to gather, relax, and read with family and friends. We can design and build your custom fireplace from scratch or reface your existing fireplace.
Fountains, waterfalls and other water features can add beauty, ambiance, lushness and intimacy to any setting. We design water features that compliment your home or property and transform the grounds into a unique setting.
The aesthetics of a home’s exterior are based upon a number of design elements. Important to consider is the proper use of hardscape, consider the entire area available for your design, and then try to imagine any additions you might want over time.