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Being Bold!

Posted by Bridget McMullin on May 03, 2016

Grey is the new beige……and we are sooooooo over it!  Sure, we can do grey.  We do grey every day.  Grey and navy, grey and powder blue, grey and spa blue… you get the idea. At this year’s High Point Market we were inspired by the spaces that showed color!  They were bold, inspirational, and fresh.  Color stood out while the grey and boring showrooms left Kristen and I feeling uninspired.  Unremarkable would be a…

Bar Carts that “Up the Bar”!

Posted by Bridget McMullin on April 27, 2016

Last year you couldn’t find an original bar cart to save your life!  This year’s selections seemed never ending during our visit to the Spring Season High Point Market. Here are our favorite gold accented bar carts!  They will be sure to bring a bit of sophistication and glamour to your next event. All of our great finds are always available for purchase.  Call Tina today to get pricing – 856.673.0290.

Eye Candy! Our Favorite Beds From High Point This Season

Posted by Bridget McMullin on April 19, 2016

We saw some amazing beds at High Point this season.  Which one is your dream bed? They are all so great… how do you pick just one? Wait – I know! Redo all of your bedrooms at once!

Discrimination in North Carolina

Posted by Bridget McMullin on April 18, 2016

The furniture industry has always been a “Good Ole Boys” club. Even during my years as a student, it was quite evident who ruled the roost when it came to the industry.  It became even more prevalent when I began attending High Point Market in 2007.  A women’s place was behind the desk, answering phones, and assisting the male sales force. They teetered on their stilettos walking us through the showrooms killing their feet on…

You Can Never Go Wrong with These Four Wallcoverings

Posted by Bridget McMullin on March 29, 2016

Most people have a love/hate relationship with wallpaper. They love the impact, but they hate the cost. They love the options, but they hate the commitment. They want the pattern, but are scared of making a mistake. If you are phobic of wallcoverings but are open to the idea, consider these five neutral options to start your journey. A Neutral Repeat This “tiled” wallcovering from York Wallcovering almost feels like a wood grain or a…

Welcome Home – Foyers That Set the Tone

Posted by Bridget McMullin on March 22, 2016

Sometimes a foyer is small and sometimes it is grand, but in any situation a foyer sets the tone for the rest of the home. Tiny Takes Small doesn’t mean unconsidered!  The reflective wallcovering, detailed mirror, and dainty artisan pieces make this cozy entrance feel considered. Traditional Accents Before & After:  Everything is the same and yet totally different!  By removing the dated chair rail and adding a cork wallcovering, this antique-style space now feels…