Are you considering adding to or replacing outdoor furniture and accessories this spring? Believe it or not, it isn’t too early to place an order for your custom furniture.
Sometimes we are asked if it is worth reupholstering existing furniture versus purchasing a new piece. The answer to this question may be difficult to answer.
Does your living room seem cramped and chaotic? Is your bedroom room dark and cluttered? In this article, we take a look at a couple of common design mistakes and how to avoid them.
Nothing completes a room like the perfect window treatment. Just like any other design element in your home, you should first ask yourself what you would like the window treatment to accomplish.
Last spring, I wrote an article titled Outdoor Living: The Best Bang for Your Buck. Now that autumn is approaching and days are getting shorter, I would like to offer some suggestions on how to protect your investment.
Area rugs add color and character to your home. They help to create and define spaces in your living areas. However, along with rugs comes stains and debris. One of the most common questions I get is “how do I care for my area rugs?”
Lighting is one of the most essential elements in a home. With the simple flick of a switch, lighting can highlight a treasured item or favorite color.
Over the past decade, interior design has been trending toward more causal living spaces. Given that our homes have become more comfortable and multi-functional, we are using more fabrics that are forgiving of children, pets, and entertaining.