Ask an interior designer: Kristy Mastrandonas in Flower Mound says, 'We're bringing in more color'

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Kristy Mastrandonas is the owner of Kristy Mastrandonas Interior Design and Styling in Flower Mound. (Courtesy Kristy Mastrandonas)
Kristy Mastrandonas has been an interior designer for 30 years and is licensed by the state of Texas. She is the owner of Kristy Mastrandonas Interior Design & Styling based in Flower Mound. She spoke with Community Impact Newspaper about interior design.

What areas of the house are people focusing on the most for remodeling or redesigning?
With COVID, things have been going crazy. This past year, people have realized it was time to do those updates that they’ve wanted to get done but have been putting off for so long. The main areas of the house that I usually see wanting to be remodeled are the kitchen and bathroom.

What are some design changes you have seen in the last year?

Gray is moved out, and we're bringing in more color. For a while, everything was kind of white on white on beige on brown. The farmhouse look was heavily in style because it’s relatively easy to copy. But in the last few months, color has come back strong. I see lots of golden colors, reds, greens, even burnt orange. Looks with more texture are gaining more traction.

Kristy Mastrandonas Interior Design & Styling, 3360 Long Prairie Road, Ste. 100, Flower Mound. 214-458-9479.

For the full Home Improvement Guide, check out Pages 10-11 in the e-edition of Community Impact Newspaper.


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