Tips & Trends - Hallway

Decorating Small Spaces in Your Home

Decorating small spaces doesn't have to be a headache. Some overall rules to keep in mind include choosing lighter colors and simpler pieces. Paler hues, such as white, cream, and gray, refract light for an overall brighter look and make ro...   Read more »

Loveseat - a Sofa Built for Two

Originally designed in the late 1600s as a wide chair to accommodate a woman and her voluminous dresses (including skirts, hoops and slips of the day), by the 1800s and 1900s the term loveseat or courting chair became prevalent and began to...   Read more »

Transition Spaces: Decorating Hallways, Entryways and Landings

As we furnish and decorate our homes, we often focus on the rooms themselves and forget to embrace the opportunity to add personal touches to the transition spaces. Hallways, entryways and landings can be more than just passageways, with ca...   Read more »

Demilune Tables

Demilune is a French term meaning half-moon, a beautiful name for these crescent shape tables. With no front corners and a shallow profile, it is an exceptionally great choice for tight hallways and entryways....   Read more »

Furnishing the Small Spaces in your Home

Even the grandest of dwellings include small spaces that, when ideally decorated, make a house into a home. Small homes, apartments, and condos have unique space challenges that require a strategic approach throughout to make the most of al...   Read more »

Console Table vs Sofa Table

When shopping for living room tables, the variety of names can get confusing. Similarly sized, console tables and sofa tables leave many people wondering “what is the difference between these two choices?” Both somewhat slight i...   Read more »

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