So, you’re ordering furniture online. What should you consider? What should you avoid? We talked to Gary, our Director of Sales to get all his expert tips on ordering online.
From making the purchase to the day it arrives at your house, here’s what you need to know.
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.
Whether it’s an accent chair, a headboard, or a chair or sofa, tufting is a detail that you’ll probably be considering at some point.
Tufting is an upholstery technique that’s been used for centuries to add character, texture, and interest to an upholstered piece, and it’s still being used by furniture upholsterers today.
We sat down with our sales director, Gary, to discuss everything you need to know before you start your next upholstery project.
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.
Performance fabrics have become increasingly popular over the years. And although these fabrics aren't invincible, they're far more cleanable and durable than others in the market.
As we become more casual as a society, it becomes increasingly necessary to have fabrics that will withstand kids, an active lifestyle, and those days (or every day!) when you eat dinner while watching your favorite TV show.
But performance fabrics may not always be the best option for you! So the question remains: do you really need a performance fabric?