Teri Larsen, ASID
Teri Larsen, ASID, RID, has been a professional interior designer since 1998. With experience in both commercial and residential interior design, she has worked on projects of all sizes. She states her design philosophy in this way: "I believe good interior design has the power to change the way we live, work and play. Because design is so important in our everyday lives, it should be accessible to everyone - not just the very wealthy." She enjoys teaching her clients how to make good design decisions for their homes. Teri is available for interior design consultations and freelance writing projects on a limited basis. She is a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers and a Registered Interior Designer in the State of Wisconsin. For more information on Teri and her design studio, please visit her website, www.tlarsendesign.com.
Teri is also a busy wife and mom of two small children. She has enjoyed designing rooms for them both. In addition to interior design, Teri enjoys camping, biking, walking, reading and creating.
She is a freelance writer for her local newspaper, and has numerous articles published at www.Suite101.com as well as other websites and print publications.
Teri is happiest when she is creating something - either in the kitchen, in her studio or on her computer. Her most recent creation, http://alittledesignhelp.com, is a free interior design resource offering DIY advice, design tips, decor deals and product sources.
Where to find Teri Larsen, ASID online
Interior Design for Children: A Guide to Creating Thoughtful and Beautiful Spaces for Kids
By Teri Larsen, ASID
Published: November 28, 2011.
Discover the professional trade secrets to creating rooms that will grow with your children! Save time, money and headaches by creating a plan before you shop. Interior designer Teri Larsen will guide you through the design process, giving you tips and ideas for all aspects of designing for children, tweens & teens, including child safety, furniture, fabrics and more.
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