Our March table-of-the-month has a refreshing and uplifting spring look! Our new tablecloth overlay adds a pop of color while offering a sense of sophistication. The under cloth is from our sister company, Tablecloths for Granted where you can rent linens to fit all your needs. The fun accessories to complete the table invite you to sit down and enjoy a wonderful meal! Stop in to take a closer look and to gather items for your table! Hope to see you soon.
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Zhee Singer from Zhee Singer Studio based in North Adams, MA offers fine art giclees on canvas or paper. He will be displaying his artwork during our Spring Open House, March 10th and 11th and will be present for a “meet and greet” on Saturday, March 10th from Noon-5pm. Stop by to check out his artwork and to meet him in person.
When designing a space, start with a focal point or inspirational item. It is where the selections for the entire room are going to be pulled and will keep you on track to stay consistent with your style.
For example, we used this piece of artwork as the focal point for this room. Given the contemporary nature of this piece, we selected furniture with the same design style. We also made sure to be consistent with the silver finish that framed the artwork. You will find silver accents in the tables and metal sculpture that is placed between the windows. Colors from our inspiration are also complemented in the artwork hung on the opposite wall. To allow the artwork to “pop”, we chose soft colors for the walls, window treatments and area rug.
Keeping these tips in mind, you will easily design a space that naturally flows creating a welcoming atmosphere.
By Guest Blogger and Employee: Sarah Gesek
Use old windows as a room divider, like we have done in the showroom to separate the store from the interior design center.
Tap into all of your resources, find some old doors and windows at a garage sale or junk yard. Paint them or keep them distressed to capture that shabby chic look. Hang them with wire, eye and “S” hooks.
Stop by our showroom to check it out.