About Beth Ergen-Peters

Beth Ergen-Peters

I specialize in space planning, custom window treatments, custom bedding and room transformations. I like building personal relationships with clients which helps keep communication open to achieve the perfect end result and compliments the client’s personality and lifestyle. I love working with fabrics and color. I will work with any style from traditional to contemporary. I love eclectic looks and adding a fun fabric or piece of art to a room. My history is the following 1980-2003 at Izzy Miller Furniture in Carnegie, PA. 2004-2005 at Incasso Home Furnishings in Wexford, PA and 2005 to present at Today's Home - Greentree, PA.

To schedule a free interior design consultation with me, click here or call our Greentree location at 412-343-0505.

Here are my most recent posts

Infusing Hollywood Glam into a Mid-Century Modern

Written by Beth Ergen-Peters, Interior Designer, South Hills on September 22, 2016

I have worked with some of my clients for over 15 years BC (before children). One of these clients bought a 2 story, mid-century modern house in a modest neighborhood with a funky personality of its own. (more…)

Foyers

Written by Beth Ergen-Peters, Interior Designer, South Hills on April 8, 2016

The foyer is the first impression of your home and sets the tone. Even with a small entry, there is opportunity to make a dramatic statement with bold details. This space is the introduction to your personality. A sparkling mirror, a decorative chest, a chair or bench with a great fabric and/or finish, a fabulous chandelier….all add to your special space. An interesting rug will add color and texture. A lamp on the chest will create an inviting ambience. Use a large piece of artwork, do a gallery wall…..pending the size of your space-a bold paint color or wallpaper can be great backdrop to your furniture or accessories.

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Creating a Romantic Bedroom

Written by Beth Ergen-Peters, Interior Designer, South Hills on April 3, 2016

Your bedroom should be your sanctuary, creating a restful, soothing space for sleeping, reading and companionship.

Having a poster bed, a tufted lined upholstered bed, a romantic sleigh with yummy bedcovers will create am inner sanctum just for you.

Colors that promote relaxation-lavender, aqua, soft blues, greens, yellows, crams and whites, soft grey tomes, soft apricots- will invite you into the room. Luxurious bedding, soft drapery treatments, a comfortable seating area, great pillows, a soft throw on the bed, …..add a decorative mirror for sparkle….even a chandelier, if your ceiling permits…does this sound inviting?