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Back-to-School Doesn't Have to Mean "Good-Bye" to Vacation

Wednesday, August 18, 2010 at 09:46AM
Posted by Registered CommenterChristine Eisner

Here is an excerpt to an article that I was interviewed for.  The link to the full article is below.

“Travel by Design:  Revisit Your Vacation Any Time” 

If you’ve been daydreaming about your travel experiences, you can find ways to evoke those memories through your home décor. Designer Christine Eisner refers to such design ideas as echoes. “They allow past experiences to have a place in your day-to-day,” said Eisner, who wrote “Comfort Living: A Back-to-Basics Guide to a More Balanced Lifestyle.” Including them in your design “creates a bridge that instantly transports you,” she said. Los Angeles-based interior designer Erinn Valencich agreed. “Vacation generally conjures up ideas of relaxation and comfort. … There are ways to create vignettes or destinations in your rooms to increase your enjoyment and relaxation in your home,” she said. So collect your favorite memories, and get ready to be inspired by travel.

Vacation generally conjures up ideas of relaxation and comfort. … There are ways to create vignettes or destinations in your rooms to increase your enjoyment and relaxation in your home.

 

Read more: Travel by Design | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/print/feature_6787134_travel-design.html#ixzz0wxpImQ2k

The credit isn’t up yet, but the photo of the side table with the stones and teacup is from my book and was taken by John Waluskiewicz.

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