Owner, Custom Home Interior Creations (C.H.I.C.)
Sherry Tyra, owner of C.H.I.C., is the Assistant Designer on HGTV's hit show "Designed to Sell."
Sherry began her formal design training in theatre. She holds a BFA in Theatre from the University of Michigan. Her extensive training includes design principles and applications, history of architecture and furniture, color theory, textiles, lighting, as well as set, costume, jewelry and millinery design.
Translating her theatrical expertise into interior design has been easy for Sherry. Her artistic eye, creativy and ingenuity, along with her professional training and years of "hands on" experience, has enabled Sherry to create amazing interior transformations
Sherry is also a professionally trained actress. She has over 20 years of experience working in front of the camera and performing onstage.
How To Decorate For St. Patrick's Day
Home design expert Sherry Tyra demonstrates how to add tasteful Irish decor to your home for St. Patrick's Day cheer.
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Sherry Tyra: Capture a little of the luck of the Irish by bringing a touch of the green into your own home. I am going to show you how to make some fun, and inexpensive decorations that go beyond the typical shamrocks.
Start small by incorporating a touch of green throughout your home with bowls of green apples or limes, a cozy green throw or clusters of green glassware. This candlescape was created by using green candles with some natural stones. I also incorporated some Irish glass for that extra special touch.
Irish bells are native to Ireland and instantly add a touch of green, and spring to your home. A plain eucalyptus reef can be an inexpensive purchase and by simply adding a festive bowl and some foam shamrocks, you've instantly created a holiday reef.
Turn a planter with Celtic essence into a topiary by using a wooden dowel and a Styrofoam ball covered with bright green daisies. There are some quick crafts you can do too. I have created this candy dish with an old planter, painted it black, filled it with gold foil chocolate coins and I have a pot of gold that any leprechaun would love to own.
This wall-hanging was made with shamrock cookie cutters and ribbon; so easy! For this wall art, I found the Celtic knot artwork on the internet, printed it up and dcoupaged it onto plywood squares. High-end Irish art with very little effort! With a little imagination and ingenuity, you too can create gorgeous Celtic inspired decorations for your own home.