If you’ve gotten a bit tired of the same ol’ same ol’ scenes around your home while sheltering in place, we have a great solution to start that transformation process to freshen up your space!
Spring is officially here, which means the latest trends from High Point are just a click away!
This time of year is when the crunch is on. Guests visiting from out of town and neighbors stopping by; you may even have a holiday party to host in your home. Is it guest-ready? Unfortunately the train for customized options has left the station. Don’t worry; all is not lost! Read on for our favorite high-end, trade-only resource that can cover your entire home-fast.
If you’re considering working with an interior designer, it’s important to know a little bit about the basics so that you can make an informed decision. The following are answers to a handful of questions designers get asked regularly.
Part two of this post delves into projects like kitchen and bath remodels, and can involve a bit more planning and construction work.
This is the first of a multi-part series we’re calling the “Designer Series.” We will be covering some of the basics surrounding home design and construction projects you may come across during your time of home ownership. Included is everything from painting and additions, to hiring a designer, the design process, and hiring a general contractor over the next few months.
In honor of July 4th, we are dedicating this week’s post to companies that design and manufacture their products in the USA!
Whether summer means grillin’ and chillin’ or throwing festive fiestas, you’ll want your space to look pulled together for whatever lies ahead. To help kick start your inner designer, we thought we’d share some tips and stylish summer savings.
Twice a year, designers from across the globe descend upon the small town of High Point, North Carolina to visit showroom after showroom filled with new, cutting edge furniture, accessories, and collections — a designer’s Mecca. We recently traveled along with thousands of other designers to check out the 180 buildings housing over 2,000 exhibitors and […]
Isn’t there something about crisp air, orange and red leaves underfoot, and aromas of hearth fires that make us want to infuse our living spaces with natural elements?