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Featured Customer | Brass Schoolhouse Lights Add Glamorous Touch to Bath

Posted by on Jan 8, 2018 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Brass Schoolhouse Lights Add Glamorous Touch to Bath
As the founder and creator of Celebrity Style Guide, Heather Campbell-Green’s career is fueled by her passion for fashion. With an extensive network of set costumers and celebrity stylists, Heather explores the latest fashions with her legions of followers and often consults on television and movie sets. When the time came to remodel her own master bathroom, Heather looked to celebrity homes for inspiration. ... Read More

Guest Blogger | One Schoolhouse Light, Three Different Styles

Posted by on Dec 6, 2017 | 0 comments

Guest Blogger | One Schoolhouse Light, Three Different Styles
One of the things I love most about interior design is how open it is for interpretation – colors, accessories, moods, and even settings can all affect the way the beholder experiences a room. Like many other aspects of decor, when it comes to lighting there are very few (arguably, if any) rules that are hard and fast. A simple swap of a chair, wallpaper, or even just a few throw pillows can make a light fixture that felt unequivocally one style suddenly feel entirely opposite. How cool is that?! ... Read More

Color Trends for 2018 | What's on Your Palette?

Posted by on Nov 29, 2017 | 0 comments

Color Trends for 2018 | What's on Your Palette?
We have yet to flip the calendar to December, but design experts are already making predictions for next year’s trending colors. Benjamin Moore, one of America’s oldest paint companies, set the tone early pronouncing Caliente as their choice. The bold red hue is described as “strong, radiant, and full of energy.” A statement color like no other, red runs the gamut from pink hues to blue-based shades to burgundy that can appear almost black. No matter which shade of red you choose, a little goes a long way.  ... Read More

Featured Customer | Vintage, Modern Mix Suits Bathroom Remodel

Posted by on May 24, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Vintage, Modern Mix Suits Bathroom Remodel
One of today’s hottest design trends — mixing both vintage and modern styles — can be tough to pull off. It’s one thing to create a modern minimalist kitchen or fill a living room with more traditional touches. But it’s another task entirely to mix these styles in a way that seamlessly blends materials, colors, and fixtures into a cohesive space. If you’re trying to master this look, take a lesson from our good friend Christina at Christina’s Adventures who recently remodeled her master bathroom as part of the One Room Challenge. ... Read More

Guest Blogger | 9 Ways to Decorate with the Color of Love

Posted by on Feb 15, 2017 | 2 comments

Guest Blogger | 9 Ways to Decorate with the Color of Love
Still feeling amorous post-Valentine’s Day? Why not show your home some love, too! Pull your home out of the cold, gray drear of February with a few touches of the color of love: warm, revitalizing red. Below are nine tips for decorating with this bold hue; but first, a look at the color’s role throughout the world. •  In Eastern cultures, red is often the color for good luck. Brides in India and Nepal wear red saris; in Japan, a red kimono symbolizes happiness and good luck. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Brass Schoolhouse Lighting Suits 1930s-Era Kitchen

Posted by on Jan 9, 2017 | 1 comment

Featured Customer | Brass Schoolhouse Lighting Suits 1930s-Era Kitchen
When Melissa and Dheeraj Maria moved from their Brooklyn, New York, apartment to a 1936-era, five-bedroom home in New Rochelle, they were thrilled with the expanded space. The kitchen, however, was last redecorated in the 1960s, and featured an inordinate amount of shiny wallpaper on the walls and ceiling. The six-week renovation project, chronicled in this Architectural Digest post, took the space from dark and depressing to bright and inviting. The couple opted to keep the original layout but ditched the dark cabinets, cheap countertops, and outdated flooring. And yes, the wallpaper had to go. ... Read More