Piping Moves Furniture into the Head of the Line

Of the many trends spotted at the spring 2012 High Point Market, contrast piping made a particularly bold splash. It appears to be after the tail of those ever-popular bright colours that we are seeing this season — piping on couches, headboards and seats proposes the ideal opportunity to sneak in yet another enticing shade.…

Guest Groups: Bring Handcrafts in the Everyday

I’m a firm believer in multitasking possessions, especially in regards to items that are shown in my property. Here is a range of products that bridge the gap between form and function. A number of these pieces are really artful, despite their utilitarian nature, and many others are simply lovely decorative items that are going…

Rooms Get Ahead With Red

Red is a color a lot of people love but are reluctant to use. It’s a daring, eye-catching hue which makes a room appear exciting, but a lot of red can overwhelm a room. If you want to provide red a try, consider a few of those fresh, contemporary strategies to add only a dose…

Transitional Design in Rural New Jersey

Paul and Jackie Sterchele relocated to Flemington, New Jersey, from Cincinnati, Ohio, also fell in love with the secluded location of the 1980s center-hall colonial. While the house had a great deal of work, with its dark, cramped layout and no flow from room to room, Paul and Jackie were charmed with their soon-to-be neighbor’s…