I thought I’d do a little redecorating – in my dream living room, courtesy of 1st Dibs The content of this post was old and outdated, so has been removed. Meanwhile, I highly recommend poking around 1st Dibs a bit, so much beauty there! Or, here’s a little round up some of my past … Read more
I just did a piece on The Upholstery Blog about a prototype sofa built by Walter Heller for Vincent Reardon, which was showcased at the ICFF in New York. Click here to read more. Vincent Reardon’s work has been profiled on Design Milk and Apartment Therapy.
Baker Furniture has launched a new floor plan software service, allowing users to lay in Baker Furniture (sizes already determined) into pre-made floor plans, or you can make your own. I use this same software from Icovia in my business and it’s easy to use and fairly flexible. (Tip: I have found it works best … Read more
There’s no question that one of the highlights of the blogger’s trip to High Point Market was the chance to visit the Hickory Chair showroom. We were met at the showroom by Laura Holland, Hickory Chair’s passionate director of marketing services. Laura has been with HC for many years and her depth of knowledge and … Read more
Summertime deals at Brocade Home: Here are a few items that caught my eye: Don’t wait till the fall to do some decorating! Now is the time to check out summer sales and get great deals as stores need to clear out their current inventory!
I’m loving the velvet trend that’s happening right now. I’ve always been a big fan of this gorgeous fabric and have used it often in my designs. As a matter of fact, I’m just about to place an order for a client for two gorgeous sofas to be decked out in a beautiful shade of … Read more
I took a little virtual shopping tour of the Moma Store and SF Moma and found these fabulous items! Melamine Dinnerware from Working Class Studio Alexander Girard Dolls at SF Moma – love, love, love these!!! Polli Mobile at the SF Moma Outline Vase by Yuko Takuda Garland Shade Light by Tord Boontje Supernatural Chair … Read more
I don’t know why, but the weekend around the 4th of July always finds me tackling some unexpected DIY project. Today, I decided that it was time to recover the seat cushions on a pair of arm chairs that I use in my living room and at my dining room table when I have need. … Read more