Once reserved for elite, luxury homes, elevators in residential settings have become more mainstream as affordability and finance options improve. Plus, most homes can be retrofitted, so elevators are not only for new construction.
The Woodard family is credited for handcrafting the first wrought iron furniture of its kind. This led to the creation of casual cast and tubular aluminum furniture designs for both indoor and outdoor environments. Their Orleans Collection, launched in 1940, holds the titles for the best-selling and longest-running design.
High Point Market is an event not to be missed for the design community. Held twice a year in North Carolina, High Point Market is the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world, drawing crowds of over 75,000 interior designers, architects, buyers, and more.
Like many architectural features that help to define a home, windows come in a variety of sizes and shapes. Though smaller styles may be a better fit for certain settings, covering them can call for a little creativity.
Following the instructions that come with your appliance is key to optimal performance and appliance life, but Richards has additional advice for the most commonly repaired and replaced items. The refrigerator, washer, and dryer are most likely to need repair, and they are costly to replace, but a lot of that can be avoided by cleaning them properly once or twice per year.
When it comes to trends in bathroom lighting for 2020, personalization is key. Whether you’re remodeling or just adding some simple updates, lighting plays an important role in the mood and functionality of any room.
Color evokes emotions, feelings, and moods with its ability to transform an ordinary space into a one-of-a-kind venue. It’s found in art, rugs, fabrics, and furnishings, and becomes fundamental in your design choices, direction, and selection.
Today, tile has become a fashion statement, elevating a home’s décor with unprecedented character and elegance. Combining natural elements with ultra-stylish looks, today’s ceramic and stone products create artful, one-of-a-kind masterpieces that stand the test of time.
Wood veneer differs from well-known laminate, which is a thin paper material printed with a grain made to mimic wood and then essentially laminated. Veneer, on the other hand, is a thin slice of real wood made by rotary cutting or slicing of the log.
Lighting has come so far in the last couple of years; the word chandelier no longer exclusively refers to the dramatic draping of crystal that collected dust over your grandmother’s dining table.