Posts Tagged "Industrial Modern Pendant"

Professional's Corner | Modern Pendants Offer Industrial Vibe to Cafe

Posted by on Jan 13, 2017 | 1 comment

Professional's Corner | Modern Pendants Offer Industrial Vibe to Cafe
If you love furniture, there’s no better place than High Point, North Carolina, during Market Days. The excitement is electric as more than 75,000 people descend on the Piedmont region to browse and buy everything from sofas and settees to vanities and trestle tables. Showrooms are decked out with the finest furniture and fabrics, and many offer food and drinks hoping to entice shoppers to linger just a bit longer. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Angie from Denver, CO

Posted by on Dec 30, 2011 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Angie from Denver, CO
Denver is a city known for its sports teams, snow-covered slopes, and booming economy. You may think that all homes are fashioned in the manner of ski lodges, but that’s not always the case. While today’s featured customer, Angie, draws from a few rustic influences, her dining room is ultra stylish and trendy. Neutral paint along with a farmhouse wood dining table gives Angie the chances to switch out decor every once in awhile. We adore seeing this style in the homes of our featured customers – there’s no feeling like finding a new piece of art or accessory and knowing it can easily be incorporated into your space. Currently, a cycling print... Read More

Featured Customer | Scott from Harwich, MA

Posted by on Nov 30, 2011 | 1 comment

Featured Customer | Scott from Harwich, MA
Traditional ranch kitchens are slowly but surely disappearing as not everyone is on board with the combination of retro wood cabinetry and cast iron hardware. It takes a keen eye to recognize the potential in this pairing, but today’s featured customer from Harwich, Massachusetts saw what laid behind the retro decor and created an incredible farmhouse kitchen. How about we start from the ground and move up. Natural looking plank wood floors fill the kitchen with that rustic warmth. This style of flooring is sustainable and durable for any of today’s busy homeowners; any knick or scratch that occurs, adds a little bit of charming character to the wood grain.... Read More