Tanya Shively is an interior designer based in Arizona. She is known for her extraordinary customer service and one-of-a-kind interiors that are both luxurious and eco-friendly. She is one of the Southwestern U.S.’s few designers who consistently specify materials free of the toxins that can cause respiratory problems, allergic reactions, headaches, and other health issues. She has founded a movement, the WELL Designed Home™ to promote sustainable practices throughout the construction and design industries.
A WELL Designed™ home will support you in so many ways. Rather than taking care of your home, the home will take care of you. Imagine a space where you can really relax, after a long day of running a business, working for charity, and taking care of your kids. Your bedroom, bathroom, and meditation space can feel like a sanctuary, a retreat.Continue reading >
Color is an important piece of the interior design puzzle. I’m fascinated by color’s influence on the feel of a room. You’ve probably heard that red is invigorating, but most people don’t want a lot of red. Greens and blues soothe the nerves. Yellow is cheerful and inspires creativity, but, like red, can come across too strong. This is how color psychology for interior design comes into play.Continue reading >
A chance comment lately made me realize that some of what we take for granted about high-quality home design, especially eco-friendly features, can be daunting for those just starting on that path. Because I want to raise awareness, I’ve answered some of the most frequently asked questions below.Continue reading >