Erin Rath | In Contemporary Design Techniques, Decorating Tips and Tricks | 23 August 2014, 06.00 | comments: 0
Living in beautiful southern California makes us the envy of many others throughout the country. After all, we enjoy abundant sunshine, a temperate climate and ocean views sure to inspire. Why not take advantage of your awesome surroundings by bringing a bit of the outdoors in? Here are some interior design ideas using the San Diego area as a source of inspiration.
Cindi Schaefer | In Contemporary Design Techniques, Decorating Tips and Tricks | 13 November 2013, 06.00 | comments: 0
The San Diego area is home to numerous historical structures, built with an architectural style that exemplifies a bygone era. They are beautiful to look at and a worthwhile investment to own. But just because you live or work in a historical building doesn’t mean you must fill the interior with antiques. There are ways to incorporate contemporary furnishings that don’t look out of place. Here are our tips for combining old and new.
Brandie Fountain | In Decorating Tips and Tricks, Interior Design Trends, Seasonal Design | 20 October 2013, 21.57 | comments: 0
Every year, consumers are presented with several different colors purported to be the year’s hottest hues. There’s the Pantone Color of the Year, the shades seen at international furniture shows in Milan, New York City and elsewhere, and then there’s those colors considered trendy for a single season. Now that San Diego is in the midst of a beautiful autumn, we’d like to share some of those colors we’ve seen trending online that lend themselves perfectly to adding fall flair to your home or office.
Esther Goya | In Blogs for Furniture Selection & Care, Sustainable Design | 10 August 2013, 21.45 | comments: 0
“Green” furniture, or those pieces made in an eco-friendly manner, have long been a popular choice, especially for contemporary styles. But today’s manufacturers take the green concept a step further by using a unique variety of recycled materials. This is a resourceful way to produce beautiful designs that repurpose and utilize existing materials that might otherwise end up in the landfill. Here we spotlight three of our most popular manufacturers to provide inspiration for your organically designed home or office.