Design |dih-zahyn| noun
Design is a part of the communication arts, design is something you plan to create, it communicates to the viewer or user a visual and emotional message to change or guide through an emotional connection with a product or service enhancing their experience.
Known for her warm personality and creative approach to design, Barbara Ann Holmes uses her talents and knowledge to help her clients reveal their lives’ stories in an interior form.
She is the founder and lead designer of “Lintels & Lallies” (L&L) and owner of “Art+Framing” (a division of L&L offering custom frames). Barbara Ann believes every good design begins on the foundation of our Creator-God & the study of His designs and desires for our homes. Barbara Ann speaks and writes on such topics on various platforms.
About Lintels & Lallies
Lintels & Lallies collaborates with a diverse group of residential clients and corporate businesses. Barbara Ann has lead visions for countless remodels, church constructions, dental offices, massage spas, and many other unique spaces. For a full list of services, click here.
L&L’s designs have been featured in various publications, and have won numerous awards. See what others have to say about L&L here.
About the Name
Finding inspiration in unlikely places led Barbara to the name ‘Lintels & Lallies’. The name came from the movie, ‘Mr. Blandings Builds his Dream House’.
“It’s a name that brings a smile to my face. There is a humorus scene in the movie where the main character (played by Carry Grant) is asked a question he knows nothing about, and his response, well, you can watch it for yourself right here: video clip. New construction can be overwhelming…and without guidance, sometimes frustrating. Our goal is to come alongside our clients and serve their needs–and make it an enjoyable experience.
In short, a lintel is a horizontal header beam, and a lally is a support column – commonly used in thresholds. My goal is to create an environment my clients love the moment they cross through their own lintels & lallies!” ~Barbara~