Better Homes & Gardens“Let Your Imagination Fly”(May 2003 - pp Z20-Z24)Virginia interior designer Donna Mudd felt the cosmos clicking into place when she spied a second-floor room to be decorated for the Fall 2003 Richmond Symphony Designer House. “We saw the room and said, ‘This is it,’” says Donna. She and her partners, daughter Kirby Pierce and daughter-in-law Susan Mudd, had been waiting several years for a chance to decorate a child’s room.
Chesapeake Home“Kids’ Rooms - ‘Fun’ctional Design and Decor”(August 2004 - pp 44-56)When considering paint, Donna Mudd of Daydreams Interior Specialties in Richmond, Virginia, suggests avoiding neutrals and pastel “nursery” colors, opting for bright primary colors that aren’t too over-the-top. This base will take a child from a very young age through his or her teenage years.
Richmond Magazine“The Blue Rooms”(March 2002 - pp H31-H33)A former sleeping porch was converted into a sitting room off the master bedroom. The project architect was Joe Yates, and the General Contractor was Tom Davis of Virginia Restoration. Donna Mudd of Daydreams Interior Specialties created the semi-circular draw drapes.
Richmond Times-Dispatch“For $100 in materials, brighten and clean that ugly, old bathroom”(June 25, 2005 - Flair)Afraid of flushing tons of money and hours of time down the toilet to make over your bathroom? No need. Bath remodeling doesn't have to drain your budget. Sinking less than $100 into materials can yield an impressive new look.