How to Create the Best Banquette!

There is no argument, banquettes are awesome! Why? They invite people to be comfortable and relax into the moment that they are enjoying. These spaces allow us to introduce color in upholstery and pillows that accent the space. Here are some more ideas that might spark some interest for you. I love this photo of… Continue reading How to Create the Best Banquette!

How to Design The Perfect Living Room

When designing a Living Room space it is important to know what exactly your goals are for the space.  Do you want to be alone and read or entertain 20 people? Do you want it to feel casual or formal? Typically, I like the flexibility of  being comfortable to sit in the space alone or… Continue reading How to Design The Perfect Living Room

Fabric of the Week: Hughes

Pillows can pull a space together and it’s especially fun in the bedroom. These pillows are a combination of Huges and Libby pattern collections  with Seaglass Blue and Chocolate Brown. How can I help pull your bedroom together with fun and interesting pillows?

Throwback Thursday & The Pole Lamp

I tried researching for the Pole Lamp and there was not one result. I guess it’s a “Throwback”? But a functional one! I resurrected this pole lamp and put artwork on the shades to modernize the fixture and it’s perfect for the space. Why? 1) Because there is not enough room for a side… Continue reading Throwback Thursday & The Pole Lamp

Fabric of the Week: SHORE

Introducing “Shore” as part of our graphic fabric line. This fabric has a great deal of movement and would be perfect for a shower curtain! This fabric is available in many different color ways creating a different feel to each one. What colors do you need for your space?

Functional Artwork

It is my goal to bring you unique and original products for your home. While I am not a fine art gallery, I do highlight  one artist at a time and feature their art fabricated on home products. Truthfully, this takes a very trusting and open minded artist, Brian Coleman is just this. He told… Continue reading Functional Artwork