DESIGN TRENDS / Trends

  • Designer Favorite: The Classic Neutrals

    Usually when you think of a neutral color, blacks, whites, and grays are the first to come to mind. Did it ever occur to you that green and yellow, as the most common colors vastly seen in nature, are also neutral colors? We love the color green for decorating but today we want to talk about how to decorate with yellow. Yellow is a natural tranquilizer. It's calming, it's mild, it's there but hardly there. That's what makes working with this color in interior decorating so great! Come and see what our designers have chosen as our "Classic Neutral".  ...

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  • SALE: Fourth Of July 2014 Celebrations

    Red, whites, and blues... We're celebrating Fourth Of July this year with our biggest sale event yet! You have the opportunity to get up to 40% worth of discounts during this sale event. Learn more about the sale by clicking below.

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  • Marimekko: The Design Of The Poppy

    "Unikko" is what they call it. This year Unikko turns 50 and we can't get enough of the poppy print! The Helsinki-based fashion house Marimekko, founded by Ms. Armi Ratia herself, once defined the brand as "a cultural phenomenon guiding the quality of living". I suppose this mantra is what appealed to Jackie Kennedy in the 1960's, when she was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated posed in a red dress by the stylish Finnish brand. There's a focus on its strong Scandinavian identity while using plenty of pretty poppy prints in its designs. These are one of those...

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  • Trends: High Point Market Spring 2014 Recap

    The bi-annual event held in High Point, North Carolina, is the largest home furnishings industry trade show in the world! Here are the top trends this season through the Style Spotters' eyes.   Contemporary Art Deco Denise McGaha, having spent a decade honing her well-trained eye at Neiman Marcus, appears to feature Art Deco with a contemporary twist to define "home fashion" this season. Golds, glamour, extravagance, details, furs, and intricate prints are seen used against earthy neutrals such as wood to be reminded of the notion of sustainable living. The contemporary twist comes from geometric cut-out details throughout the...

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