Accessorizing is generally the last step in the home design process. It's also the step that ties everything together and brings character to the home. Accessorizing is really about bringing your own sense of style and personality into your home. That doesn't mean it can't be overwhelming at times. These simple tips will give you everything you need to accessorize your home without the stress.
If you’re a mid-century modern aficionado, then you’ve probably heard of Thayer Coggin. Founded in 1953, the iconic brand remains a pillar of the mid-century modern style nearly 70 years later.
We spoke with our Pembroke team to learn more about the brand, the key style features, and their favorite picks out of the collection.
When looking into buying a sofa, one topic that must be addressed is the comparison of down vs. foam sofa cushions (the same could be said for upholstered chairs). Knowing the options and the differences will help you make your best choice.
The early stages of the interior design process tend to be the most important. They’re also the most difficult to navigate. It’s hard to imagine the final product when you’re staring at a blank canvas. That’s where an in-home design consultation comes into play. Some call it a home visit or a house call, but what it boils down to is an interior design expert who comes into your home, takes measurements, and creates a beautiful room plan. Here at Circle Furniture, we offer free design services and as well as complimentary home visits if they’re applicable for your project.
We believe that the best decisions are made when you’re equipped with the most knowledge. That’s why we work to bring you answers to all of your design questions—no matter how big or small. So we’re here to shed light on some lies you may have been telling yourself about interior design—from just how long it’ll take to get your sofa to changing up your color scheme without letting go of the colors you love.
A common question the Circle Furniture sales team hears from customers is, Should I get a sofa and chairs or a sectional? Or, says Valerie Folan, a design and sales professional from our Middleton location, “people come in absolutely set on one option, but once we talk through their needs and the space they have, they change their minds.” The takeaway is that it’s important to think through this decision so you walk away with the furniture that will work best in your home.
Buying your first home is exciting for so many reasons and it’s oftentimes the biggest purchase you’ll be making to date. We’re here to help make furnishing your first home a fun, non-stressful process. We enlisted the help of our store manager in Cambridge, Georgianna Stevens, to get her top tips and expert knowledge on buying furniture for a first home.