One of Griffin’s design rules is the use of contrast and varied textures. Here she contrasts the grainy texture of the fabric wallpaper with sleek and smooth floors.
Griffin’s hallmark is her ability to create “warm and inviting” interiors like this come-hither bedroom.
Here Griffin shows that a small space should not compromise style.
Griffin, a self-described scavenger, took a self-portrait of Botticelli and photocopied it several times to create a wall of “Warhols” for her living room.
Here Griffin uses her rule of using to-the-floor curtains to elongate the length of the wall.
Griffin uses a light color scheme to enlarge the interior. The brilliant blue hue and girly decor give this bedroom a lighthearted feel.