Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Sectional Sofas

GRAMMERCY 2 PC SECTIONAL

Looking for a sectional that fits into any unique space can be a challenge.  Arrange this
sofa to fit in any room - Large or small.   Being able to seat more with less pieces in a room is exciting.   A sectional would not only maximize the available seating and floor space but it would set the purpose of the room, which of course will be all about comfort and entertainment!
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Peninsula Home Collection

 Peninsula Home Collection

Artisans throughout Argentina, Chile and Peru create Peninsula Home Collection unique furniture. Peninsula Home Collection furniture is hand crafted, hand painted and distressed solid woods indigenous to South American forests, primarily mahogany, cedar, moena and requia. The unique pieces of furniture are hand finished, hand painted, and hand distressed using handcrafted forged iron hardware. 

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Industrial Design

ABNER DINING TABLE
  • Dimensions:   86.5 (w) x 30 (h) x 37.5 (d) inches
  • Distributor:     Zentique

This is a look that hearkens back to the turn-of-the-century industrial era. It emphasizes liberal use of exposed steel with distressed wooden elements, frequently complemented by exposed brick walls. The modern variant commonly includes copper-tone accents. In terms of general feel, industrial decor is often rustic and mature.

MODERN DESIGN

ALBERTINE DINING TABLE - ZINC TOP

The mid-1900s produced some of the most iconic pieces in modern design. It is characterized by refined lines, minimalist silhouettes, and natural shapes. From Saarinen, Niemeyer, Eames, Noguchi, Jacobsen and beyond, the mid-century modern masters defined creative ways to use new materials like molded plastic, plywood, and aluminum in industrial design. Its pieces are highly versatile and can complement a myriad of design styles.

Monday, May 11, 2015

French Design

Adele Settee (Jute)

An ornate, fanciful and decorative style is characteristic of French interior design.
  • Colors range from rich, sun-drenched Mediterranean hues to softer, muted shades. Often, one color or fabric is repeated throughout the space.
  • Accented by rich details and extensive use of gold, bronze and gilt.
  • Furniture generally includes French royal style antiques or heirlooms.
  • Window treatments feature dramatic layers in the same color theme of the room.
  • Flowers fill out a French home.

Saturday, May 2, 2015

French Country Interior Design

French Country interior design is rustic, old-world, and welcoming. Wood beams, furniture with delicate, carved details, stone or brick floors covered with rugs, and fireplaces are prominent features. Copper pots, baskets, iron candleholders, pottery, colorful linens, old paintings, and clear glass vases are common accessory choices. You may also see window boxes containing clay pots of geraniums and lavender on window sills.

Friday, May 1, 2015

Modern Interior Design

Callum Dining Table (Acrylic Legs)


Modern interior design derives its influences from the modern art movement that preceded modern design. In painting, Modernism began with the Impressionists and others who used abstraction. Modern interior design grew out of the decorative arts, notably Art Deco, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It reached its peak in the 1950’s and 1960’s, which is why designers and decorators today may refer to modern design as being “mid-century.”
  • Shapes: One of the most important elements in modern interior design is form. Modern design uses geometric shapes, including rigid squares and rectangles along with smooth curves (“clean lines”). Perfect circles and ovals are also common in modern interior design. Modern interior design is also generally very simple and even minimal (see: Minimalist), with few ornamental flourishes to interrupt the even, unbroken lines and flat surfaces.
  • Materials: Modern interior design makes use of many materials. Wood and plastic are common, though designers often paint over wood with an opaque finish to cover the natural wood grain. Some designers do use natural wood as an organic contrast to more artificial shapes and materials. Glossy metals, such as stainless steel, are among the signature materials in modern interior spaces. The metal may be used for anything from the legs of a chair to the body of a lamp. Modern interior designers also make use of glass and plastic for their smooth, even surfaces.