Your second home, whether it's a rustic cabin or a breezy oceanside cottage, is an opportunity to curate a relaxing space. It should be a true escape. And we want to help you choose the right pieces to curate a style you love.
We spoke to our talented team of designers in the Pembroke showroom to get all of their tips on furnishing a summer home.
Like everyone else, we’ve been stuck in our homes trying to make the best of a not-so-great situation. And what happens when you put a bunch of creative types into quarantine? We get creative!
Our team has been using this time to make our homes the most comforting they possibly can be. From planting herbs to painting walls—it doesn’t take much to refresh your space and make your home a place you love to be in.
Here’s what we’ve been up to during this time.
With the world at a stand-still for the past few months, we’ve all been spending much more (if not all) our time in our homes.
That extra time may have brought to light some issues in your homes that you want to remedy –whether it’s an entire renovation or one room you’re focusing on.
And the truth is, there’s no better time to think a little more deeply about your space and what you want from it.
Sometimes it’s the simplest changes that have the greatest impact. Regardless of style and budget, there’s one change that will instantly update the look of your home: wall color.
Whether you’ve just moved into a new home or you’re looking for a fresh take on a room in your house, changing your paint color is a great place to start.
We met up with our team of designers in Middleton to discover their favorite trends and get tips on deciding on a paint color.
Interior design is intended to focus on the way we move around our homes, taking into consideration comfort and utility. Once this groundwork is laid, we can couple that with color, textiles, and the visual elements that create an aesthetically pleasing and enjoyable home.
Feng Shui takes this a step further. We spoke with Catherine, our Store Manager in Framingham to learn more about the ancient practice and how you can introduce Feng Shui into your home. This isn’t a comprehensive guide but rather an introduction.
Home design can sometimes be an entire project; one that needs a space plan, a budget, a time-frame, and a waiting game. And it can yield incredible results. But in this world of instant gratification sometimes you don't want to do a massive overhaul.
We're taking you room by room to show you the small changes you can make to your home that have a big reward.
Traditionally, spring is the season associated with renewal—refreshing your home, reorganizing your kitchen cabinets, etc. We love using spring as an excuse (not that you need one!) to spruce up your home and incorporate fresh styles and colors.
We spoke to Cindy, our Store Manager in Middleton to get her perspective on the latest color trends that she’s loving for spring—from soft blush tones to lively green.