This year we were able to join thousands of designers from all over and attend High Point Market in North Carolina. Trade vendors from all over the globe come to High Point to show us their latest and greatest collections for furniture, lighting, textiles, and decor.

Complete Your Space by Dressing Your Windows

Living room draperies—much like works of art—make a home look finished; they truly are a decoration in and of themselves. While they’ll stay open most of the time to bring light into your room, they of course also provide privacy. Draperies can accentuate the height of a room and also frame the shape of windows and doors so that they don’t appear unadorned.


If you’ve always wanted to know how designers make their clients’ bedrooms look so positively irresistible, the truth is that the magic lies in the bedding. In most cases, the bed is your focal point and a fabulously made bed can make the whole room appear updated and beautiful!

Wallcoverings: Making A Statement

Give your home distinct flair and drama with the use of wallcoverings. It is a unique and more custom look than paint and a great way to achieve a specific style. Wallcovering is an amazing decorative material you can apply to your interiors for an instant upgrade.

The Most Common Design Mistakes Being Made

1. Stop being afraid of color

Neutral palettes have been a trend for quite some time, and that has led to quite a bite of boring decor. By playing safe and sticking with neutral furnishings, walls and accessories, homeowners have created a wide range of uninteresting spaces. This doesn’t mean that you have to paint all the walls a vivid color and upholster everything in bright prints. Adding a single wall of an accent color can add a real punch to room, even when the rest of the decor is neutral.