Picking the perfect accent chair can take endless thought and consideration. When you find the right chair, it can define your space, giving your room the kind of personality, function and breath of fresh air that you’ve always wanted... Read more »
Retro modern furniture blends mid-century and 21st century aesthetics. The style focuses on contemporary patterns, natural materials, and muted colors, such as beige, aqua, gray, burnt orange, and cream. These concepts are integrated into p... Read more »
The concept of going green has saturated the public consciousness, extending even to the furnishings we put in our homes. You might wonder, what exactly is eco-friendly furniture and how can I incorporate it into my decor? Luckily, there ar... Read more »
Microfiber is super soft, resilient fabric created from incredibly thin, 100% polyester, filaments. Individual filaments that are less than 1 denier thick (about half the thickness of silk) are spun together to form a thicker cable or yarn.... Read more »
Sleeper sofas offer a completely inconspicuous comfortable place to sleep. Comfortable and stylish sofa by day, they can be transformed into a full, queen or even a king bed by night. The best in class are built with easy to use... Read more »
Performance fabrics in furnishings are like performance fabrics your wardrobe - they work hard to maintain use, keep you comfortable and stay looking great.... Read more »
Soft and supple, indulgent fabrics that feel as fabulous as they look are trending in today’s furniture. Here’s a look at what they are made of and how to incorporate these eye-popping textures into your room.... Read more »
Nothing warms up your space like an area rug. Getting the most out of your rug means keeping on top of routine cleaning and care. . . .
Mid-century modern refers to a design movement during the 1940s through 1960s that featured clean lines, open spaces, geometric shapes and soft organic curves all with an integration of new materials in building, furnishings and art. . . .
Just as dining tables are available in three different heights, the chairs to fit with them are as well. An ideal pairing for comfort is about a foot difference between the seat surface and the table top. . . .