Katy Hahn Designs, located in Central Florida, specializes in residential interior home decorating and space planning for your home so that everything works well together. Her design consultation services can help clients learn new ways to update, upgrade and enhance the value of their home. Katy will address your unique decorating challenges, assess your needs and give you design advice and ideas. She also offers design specific consultation for clients that may need help in furniture or accessory selections in any area of their home. Katy can assist you in redesigning your space by re-purposing your existing furniture. We can redesign your home in one day without having to replace furniture and sometimes adding new design elements.

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Gifts That Men Like

I am always scouting around to find great ideas for my clients and friends.  Today I found a great source of gift ideas for men, including a desk tic-tac-toe game, desk globes, hour glass, manifying glass, compass paperweight and more.  These are great gifts for him to display on his desk, in his bookcase, etc.  If you would like a unique gift for that special man in your life,  please contact me and we can find just the right gift.


Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Decorating Ideas

In today’s economy people are looking for low cost ways to update, upgrade and enhance the value of their homes.  To read more tips about, lighting,  decorating with fabrics, furniture arrangements and  re-design, click Affordable and Easy Decorating Ideas For Your Home.


Saturday, October 15, 2011

Made in America

I have been reading more and more articles about how the "Made In America" label is coming back into vogue.  The Boston Consulting Group is predicting that more products will be manufactured in the United States over the next 5 years due to many factors, such as rising China labor costs, higher US productivity and a weaker dollar.  Plus the fact that shipping costs are rising makes American made products more cost effective.  My thoughts are that there is a resurgence of American pride which gives the “Made In America” label a certain cache.

I found this an interesting read.  Here is the Boston Consulting Group report if you would like to read it yourself.  Let me know what you think.


Tuesday, October 4, 2011


I stumbled upon this post by Leslie Causey, owner of LC Home Staging & Redesign, on my Linkedin  Staging & Design Network group.  These are great ideas on how you can reuse and redesign what you have or what you discover into beautiful, eco-friendly and useful home furnishings.  Check it out, leave a comment.  Would love to hear your thoughts.

What can you do with an old pallet?


Saturday, October 1, 2011

Antiquing In Sanford

I found some wonderful vintage pieces on my latest Friday shopping trip in Sanford, Florida.  Vintage furniture usually refers to any furniture produced between 1920 and the late 1970’s.

This vintage 1960’s side table has a few dings but otherwise it is in remarkable shape.  Notice the marble top.

This campaign desk is a replica made from reclaimed wood.  It was evidently made by a true artisan since the woodworking detail is fantastic.

What a beautiful cobalt blue vase!

Lennox china - what more can I say?

I just fell in love with these perfume bottles.