Author Archives: Ben Conte
Ben Conte | In How to Choose Furniture, Living Room Design, Space for Guests | 21 July 2014, 06.00 | comments: 0
Do you remember the first sofa sleeper you owned? Chances are that old relic was used only in case of emergency because it was so uncomfortable! If that’s your idea of a sofa sleeper today, it’s time to learn why there is no comparison to modern versions.
Ben Conte | In Living Room Design, Manufacturer Spotlight, Office Design | 23 February 2014, 06.00 | comments: 0
Your home is made for relaxing – or at least it should be! And what’s more relaxing than a luxuriously comfortable home theater seat, sofa or Stressless recliner to cozy up with a good book or enjoy your favorite TV program? If your current seating arrangement doesn’t include a chair or sofa with support so superior it’s endorsed by the American Chiropractic Association (like Stressless® is), then now is the perfect time to get one or more!
Ben Conte | In Manufacturer Spotlight, Office Design | 22 January 2014, 06.00 | comments: 0
With the Super Bowl only a couple short weeks away, it’s the perfect time to consider upgrading your home viewing system. And along with new audio and video components, you will need the perfect console or entertainment center to store and showcase them. One of the most popular options in our stores is the beautiful, modern pieces manufactured by BDI.
Ben Conte | In Decorating Tips and Tricks, Space for Guests | 28 October 2013, 22.12 | comments: 0
With the holiday season in full swing, it’s time to think about the room (or space) you’ll offer overnight guests. Would you want to stay in it? If not, it may be time for some new furnishings. And even if it’s lovely to look at right now, think about adding a few items that would make it more comfortable. We’ve provided some suggestions for turning your guestroom into a beautiful and relaxing space.
Ben Conte | In Contemporary Design Techniques, Decorating Tips and Tricks, Office Design | 25 September 2013, 23.36 | comments: 0
While we believe that anyone can come into our showrooms and find furnishings they love, most of our customers would be considered those with a “contemporary” sense of style. That doesn’t mean, however, that they must limit themselves to strictly modern furnishings. In fact, combining a few vintage or antique pieces with contemporary furniture and art is a very creative way to express your unique personality in the home or office. Let us help you do it right with these ideas.