I am writing this blog in order to contribute, to share my thoughts, to make a difference in some way.

But this doesn’t just mean posting comments on interior design and the interior design profession. This blog is also a way of sharing creativity. Because although interior design is my business, it’s also my passion. And what good is a passion if you can’t share it with others? Sharing with others is a good thing because the rewards we earn in life should not just be financial. Being part of a community, contributing to the greater good is a reward worth sharing some time and creative effort for.

So, over the next few weeks I’ll be launching some new features on this site that will enable me to share my passion for interior design and to give a little back to the community. And hopefully to have some fun in the process! The first new feature is ‘design/clinic’.

What exactly is that and how does it work? I figured that people reading this blog may have an interior design issue that they would love to get some help with. It may be that you need some advice on a particular item of furniture. Or you need to know where in Beirut (or anywhere else for that matter) you can buy a particular brand of light. Perhaps you need some advice on how to maximise space in a particular part of your house or apartment. There are any number of small interior design questions that you might need help with.

All you have to do is send me your interior design question and I’ll do my best to answer it. You can send it using the formspring box just above my tweets. Or you can hit this link to email me on Send in your question, and a photo or site-link if needed, and I’ll give you my opinion. For free.

The only thing I ask for in return is that I can publish the best Q&As here on the blog. That way we can share the problem and the solution with everyone. Try and keep the questions short and simple.

Yalla, let’s get started!

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