This client wanted to remodel a large seating area in their master bedroom to a stand alone, claw-footed tub & vanity space adding to the previously renovated bathroom that we completed for the 2015 Showhouse, see those photos below.

We repurposed the wooden doors leading into the bathroom from another area of the home. The fixtures are from Brizo, tile from TileBar & the polished-nickel, claw-footed tub is from Barclay.

Have questions about this project or want us to help you remodel your bathroom? Shoot us an email now!


We've Moved!


Stay tuned!

We’ve spent the last two weeks prepping, staging, rearranging & wrapping up the fine details of our new Studio space, and it is almost ready for you!  We will be putting the finishing touches on this week (aka price tags!).

One of the biggest goals we have for a new space is the ability for y’all to come in and buy items right off the floor. The new Studio is almost 3 times larger than our previous space, and we’ve been filling it up with furniture, accessories, and art.

Our new address is 3401 Kemp Blvd # A, Wichita Falls, TX 76308.

We also picked up some more flooring, tile, and hardware lines. We’ve got everything that you need for a new build or a remodel. Please feel free to stop by! But know that our space is a working progress! We’ll be having a grand opening this fall so look out for an email.

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2019 Decorator Show House


We love participating in the Decorator Show House benefiting Faith Refuge every year especially since it is for such a great cause! In the past we have always done bedrooms but this year we tried something new and completed a living space.

The family room was quite large, and we played around with multiple furniture floor plans. We wanted a space that would be beautiful from the main areas of the house but also comfortable for a family to hang out and watch TV. It felt fitting that the sofa and TV should be in the center of the room, so we added the console behind the sofa to create the look we wanted from the vantage point of the entry and main living spaces in the house. We chose the Stafford Sleeper sofa because it would be perfect for a visiting guest or just to pull out for movie night lounging. The campaign dresser made a great TV console and doubles as storage.

All shades of green are hot in interior design right now and Betsy Edwards paintings were perfect on either end of the TV. The room’s color scheme and natural feel were inspired directly by these pieces. The wicker chairs were recovered in Laura Park fabric and Coralee Dining chairs made of rattan complimented them on the other side of the room.

The bay window was the perfect spot to add a breakfast table. It’s a great space for homework, reading, or eating!

Mirrors on the opposite side of the room from the big windows reflected the natural light and really brightened up that space.

Y’all know that we love doing wallpaper in a powder bathroom. For this one, we picked a neutral color in a pattern that complemented the rattan chairs and then added color to the room by hanging original art by Emyo.

If you’d like to see the entire portfolio, please click below.

Decorating Help: Rug Sizes

One of the biggest mistakes we see is that rugs aren’t the proper size. We’re going to give you some easy dimensions to remember!


It’s really important to fill out the space of your living room. The living room is where you spend a lot of your time entertaining or hanging out on the floor if you have kids. A good rule of thumb is to at least have the front feet of your furniture on the rug. We generally like 8’x10’, 9’x12’ or 10’x14’.


We like to use rugs in bedrooms that have wood floors to add some warmth and comfort and to even carpeted rooms to add color. To start, we recommend choosing a rug that is right for your bed. For a twin a 5x8, a queen we like an 8x10, and for a king a 9x12. We generally put the rug in front of the nightstands so that you can see the rug at the foot of the bed.


For bathrooms, we like to use runners for double vanities or a simple 2’x3’ for a single sink

There are times that we make custom rugs too. It’s always important to measure your space beforehand. Need our help?
Come by the studio and schedule an appointment!

Want to learn more? See more from Will about rug sizes below.

Hill Country Transitional - Part IV





Both kids bedrooms sit on the opposite end of the master and have their own bathroom attached. In their son’s room the various hues of blue worked great together. It never felt like too much since we chose a linen duvet. We made sure that the space would grow with him as he gets older.


The boy’s bathroom is grey and white, but we added some texture by mixing tile in the shower and a patterned floor tile.




For their daughter’s bedroom we did an accent wall of wallpaper from Annie Selke. It feels much more updated than a painted accent wall and adds depth and fun to the space.


She had some wonderful ideas of exactly what she wanted in this bathroom.
We love working with our clients to realize their dream spaces and we think this one turned out just right!


This wraps up our Hill Country Transitional series.  If you’d like to see the entire portfolio, please click below.

Hill Country Transitional - Part III



Powder Bath

Powder baths are the perfect place to punch up the fun design. We picked this wallpaper from Thibaut and love this fun pattern.



Everyone needs a great drop off place, so we had these mudroom lockers built for the family and the little counter space has proven to be the perfect charging spot for their devices.


Hill Country Transitional - Part II



Master Suite

The master is this perfect serene space that gets a ton of natural light. We added color with the Laura Park fabric on the bench and boudoir pillow and brought that same fabric into the bathroom with a roman shade.

See more from the Master Suite below or the entire portfolio

Hill Country Transitional - Part I

2018 | A Big Year

The Studio wrapped up its first major project, Hill Country Transitional.

Our client was building their dream home just outside of town. They wanted the style to be comfortable, colorful and functional for their young family. Our clients love blue, and you can see how we mixed various shades of the color throughout the whole home.


We knew we wanted to be true to the architecture and style of the home and did so with the warm beams, dark wood floors, iron light fixtures, and linen fabrics.

They have this great open space that shares the living room, dining, and kitchen. It was important to have all of these spaces feel cohesive. We tied it all together with the ceiling lights in the same finish and neutral tones in the furniture. The living room and dining room are grounded with rugs to create those two spaces in one room.

The navy leather couch was a must for the home owner because he wanted to come in from being outdoors and feel comfortable sitting right down on the couch without worrying about leaving a mess behind.

A classic white kitchen that is clean, yet inviting. We mixed metals in this space with polished nickel hardware, stainless steel appliances, and aged iron pendant lights.

See more of this beautiful home now!

Hill Country Transitional Part II Coming Soon

Be a Partner


I’m a partner, are you?  You should be! Every $50 Partners Card WF benefits Christ Counseling Ministry, a local, non-profit whose mission is to offer clinically trained professionals devoted to restoring lives to wholeness regardless of the person’s ability to pay for counseling.  

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Save 20%

You will save 20% at all participating retailers from October 17-27, 2018. Clark Design Studio is a retailer! We are offering 20% off of all in-store merchandise. It’s time to get the lamp you’ve
been 👀!

Will, What Size of Rug Do I Need?


And the answer is…

Since you are reading my blog, you are probably somewhat design savvy.  You may not have all the answers, but you have an interest. You want your house to look as good as possible.  And maybe, you want to ask me this question or you have already!

So here is the answer to how big of a rug do I need? I am here to help answer your rug questions. Since it’s the information age, I decided to share the information I use vs recreating the wheel.  As always, if you have a question, let me know!

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(Image credit: Charles Dundas-Shaw)

(Image credit: Charles Dundas-Shaw)

Bathroom on Trend

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The design started with the herringbone floors and grew into a complete master bath renovation.  There aren’t any before photos as this space had 3 rooms inside of it, a shower/ toilet area, a hall/ makeup space & a closet for her.  We took it all down, brought in a load-bearing beam and the magic started!


Trend Global Nomad Bathroom Herringbone floor gold hardware

Knobs: Anthropologie
Paint : Benjamin Moore, Kendall Charcoal cabinet | Wall custom match
Lighting: Visual Comfort
Plumbing Fixtures : Delta
Counter: Quartz, Silestone Lusso
Free-standing Tub : Barclay
Tile: Clark Design Studio
Floor: Clark Design Studio

What?!? Furniture for Your Windows

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What do you call them?

Window treatments, draperies, blinds, shades, shutters, etc. (which some companies call “furniture for your window.” WHAT?) often turn into a design challenge or major investment, but let's face it: If you neglect your windows in favor of a different design focus, you'll be left with a bare view.

Don’t do that, let Clark Design Studio help you.  We’ve got fabric, shades, blinds, plantation shutters, etc to help you dress those windows.  Or, as some companies say, let us help you pick your “window furniture.” 😜

Click here to see our full line of custom fabrics & “window furniture” providers.


Clark Design Studio's Lighting Guide

How do I hang this light?

I am a professional and know that hanging lighting can be hard, to say the least.  I've definitely learned the hard way & had to call my paint/ sheetrock guy to come back and patch a whole or two in my career. 

However, over time, I've learned and found some great resources to answer the questions of is this chandelier too big, how many pendant lights should I have, how high should I hang this light?  Here are my favorite resources.  Use them, so you don't have to call your paint/ sheet rock guy next time!

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Studio McGee,  www.studio-mcgee.com

Studio McGee, www.studio-mcgee.com

Performance Fabrics & Families

will this fabric last?

I love this fabric, but I’ve got kids. Will they ruin it?
— All my clients

Many of my current clients are young families who want to transform and design the home they've recently purchased to accommodate their growing families into "their" home.  This design transformation includes art, furniture, lamps, tiles, countertops and UPHOLSTERY
(to name a few elements).  

 I'm always asked about trending fabric, specifically light colors.  When you have a 9-month old, the last thing you want to do is spend big money on fabric that isn't stain resistant.  No one wants to stare at strawberry stains for the next 10 years because they purchased the wrong fabric.

An answer to these young families...

Crypton and Sunbrella are great options if you’re looking for a performance fabric.  If you’re worried about stains and the ability to clean fabric easily is really important to you, then Crypton is the way to go.  It used to be if you were you’re placing an upholstered piece in a sunroom or on a deck, Sunbrella will be your best bet.  However, Sunbrella has made some big improvements, and I've started to use it on couches in clients' living rooms.    

The other lesser discussed option is asking the manufacturer to pre-treat (think soaked in Scotchguard) before delivering the fabric.  This costs a little more, but could be your answer if you find something you love.  

If you don't want to spend more, consider using the non-performance fabric for a pillow. This is a great way to get that pop of color you love without the financial commitment or fear of ruining it.



What countertop is best for me?

Featured: Alpine granite

Picking the Perfect Countertop

I am often asked during the design process "what counter top should I pick?" 
Granite, quartz, quartzite, limestone, marble. The options are limitless. 
So I sat down to share my thoughts...
turns out there are tons of tips, charts, comparisons, etc online. 

So instead of reinventing the wheel, I thought I would point you in the right direction.
I really like this countertop comparison from www.homebunch.com

Currently in our market, consumers are purchasing quartz or granite 95% of the time because they are more affordable than quartzite and more functional than marble.  The difference between quartz and granite is that quartz is man-made to mimic marble (aka you can get it in white).

This countertop chart from www.greatlakesgm.com is good as it evaluates cost and durability.

Please don't hesitate to call us our come in the Studio, and we can help you pick the best countertop for your space.

Mid-Century Modern Remodel


The Heart of the Home

This amazing, mid-century kitchen remodel was inspired by the original kitchen (as crazy as that sounds given the before picture) as well as the architecture of the home.  When we found the pendant lights we remembered the flush mounts in the original kitchen and ordered them right away!  The modern, full-overlay cabinetry complete with the curved hardware from Top Knobs makes the kitchen POP and standout as a custom designed space.  It should be, since it is the heart of this home.  

The Details

HardwareTop Knobs
Lighting: Visual Comfort
Countertop: Danby Marble
Tile: TileBar