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High Point Market Finds & Trends

Fall Market in High Point NC did not disappoint this season! The focus was a more personalized expression, living with the things you love. This style being named HYGGE (pronounced Hugga) which is the idea that the ‘good stuff’ is located inside our homes…

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Fall Market in High Point NC did not disappoint this season! The focus was a more personalized expression, living with the things you love. This style being named HYGGE (pronounced Hugga) which is the idea that the ‘good stuff’ is located inside our homes, as explained by the respected trends forecaster Michelle Lamb.

Many of the showrooms showed a more elegant and luxurious story. The buzz words were: GOLD, BRASS, LINEAR and LINES. Darker colors in JEWEL TONES were seen in fabrics and paint colors, as well as metal accents in furniture details.

The trend curve is to add color to our neutrals. And FYI, Grey is not a trend, it is in the core and here to stay! We are seeing our neutral pallet expand to include browns and beiges with our favorite greys. Soft pink is everywhere and being designated as a neutral.

We saw many traditional pieces that were modernized, mirrors as a design detail in furniture and accessories, metallics and luster, oversized weaves, natural materials, and gold accessories.

Both Michelle Lamb and forcaster Stacy Garcia agree that a new Art Deco style is also emerging. One that includes silk and satin, velvets, chagrin and seagrass, exotic woods, and matte lacquer.

What will you add to your home in 2018 to enhance your personal expression?

Oct. Design Newsletter, 2022

Are you looking forward to the cooler, crisper Fall temperatures? Autumn leaves, sweaters and snuggling by the fire? We are!

Our projects are moving ahead nicely. We are now focusing on the inside of our Rhode Island project, for a winter completion date…

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Aug-Sept. Design Newsletter, 2022

How will your outdoor activities change with the Summer to Fall weather and cooler temps? Will you go from sitting around the pool to sitting around the firepit? However you decide to spend your time outside, creating a relax at home environment is important for your mind and body to refresh and regroup…

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July Design Newsletter, 2022

We are so excited to present our NEW WEBSITE! Did you get a chance to take a look? Perfect timing as we are in the middle of a July Freshen up with new accessories, ideas and inspiration for you.

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June Design Newsletter, 2022

The focus of our June Design Newsletter is unique materials to incorporate in home design projects for our clients. Whether it is a new front entry door or deck railings we have creative solutions!

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June Renovation Materials

We tend to get very creative when our clients tell us they are ready to make a change in their home. After we decide the style direction, the next task is selecting which materials to use to fulfill the vision…

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Trending in Spring 2022

We use trending information to understand how our environment, society and world influences are affecting what we want to surround ourselves with, in our own spaces…

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KBIS/IBS 2022, Part 2

What about creating a floating stairway for your home with glass enclosure to make it an architectural focal point? What about a custom range hood in copper with wrap around metal detail? What about floating burners in the middle of a beautiful stone slab for you to cook and entertain for the holidays? How about an OUTDOOR kitchen?…

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Spring Collection

SPRING is finally here and we have hand picked some beautiful items to brighten up your home. From rugs to candlesticks to lighting in many different colors and shapes…

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KBIS/IBS 2022, Part 1

The Kitchen & Bath Show (KBIS), combined with the International Builder Show (IBS) was the place to be in Orlando, Florida last week. Well attended and filled with stunning solutions, the obvious focus was on COLOR in the home!

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The common element throughout is good design. There’s always a reason why an element is chosen for a certain place, whether it’s a colorful painting in a room or a specific fabric on a chair. There’s also a functionality to every item that is unique to each project’s solution. It’s sort of like an oversized jigsaw puzzle with a place and reason for each piece.

“Your rooms are like a painting. Each component is a brushstroke to create the whole picture. It’s magic every time!”