It is no secret that high-performance fabric is in demand by the modern family. Most households want the entire family including pets to enjoy the furniture so it is important to have the right fabric to ensure there is no damage done. (more…)
Is bigger always better?
We don’t think so! It is no secret that down sized or “tiny” living is on the rise but this does not mean your design ideas and comfort must be compromised. (more…)
Proudly Made in North America, Canadel is a family-owned company. They believe in manufacturing products that are hand-assembled and hand-finished in North America.
Looking to remodel your home? This can be a daunting task requiring a large investment of time and money. Luckily, there are many things you can do yourself that will make this project easy and fun without digging deep in your pockets.
High-end apartments continue to dominate the Pittsburgh real estate market offering amenities, downtown access and social benefits. Being in the mix downtown has become very desirable to people of all ages who simply want to live in the city. There are two groups of buyers ruling the market and they are young professionals and retirees. (more…)
When it comes to mixing patterns and textures, it is important to keep several things in mind. First, find your inspiration! This could be many things: a favorite color, a favorite piece of furniture, a fabric swatch, maybe an accessory, or art. (more…)
In the competitive home furnishings marketplace, Today’s Home created a niche when it opened 63 years ago that has helped the company ride out tough times over the ensuing decades. (more…)
Hallways are a major part of every home, and they are often what you first encounter when entering a house. For these entryway types of hallways, it is important that (more…)
Pale and subtle, or dark and daring grey. These are the colors of the moment. Different tones of grey and silver create dimension in any space. Calm and sophisticated, this color scheme is the perfect way to update and modernize your home. (more…)
Clients often express to me their interest in pieces of furniture with “pins” or “tacks”. What they are referring to are nailheads. Yet most are unaware of their original purpose. (more…)