Most homes in the city are not known for their enormous amount of square footage. Nevertheless, it hasn’t stopped people from wanting to live there. Designing for small spaces can be quite challenging. There are plenty of creative ways to make a small room look larger and less crowded. The question is, are you creative enough? Searching for inventive and resourceful ways to add more area to a space doesn’t have to be complicated if you remember the basics of design. By using paint, lighting, window treatments and accessories you can achieve the illusion that you have a greater area of living space.
When it comes to “greening” your home, you have to think outside the box. Yes, recycling plastics, changing your lighting and switching your cleaning products is very beneficial, but did you realize you can actually green your furniture and accessories too? Here are a few unique ways to green your indoor and outdoor furniture and send you on your way to an entirely eco-friendly living space.
Our 2011 Spring Collection is a combination of outdoor and indoor throw pillows, lumbar and bolsters. These sets are made with weather-defying outdoor Sunbrella fabrics or indoor designer Robert Allen and Premiere fabrics. Unique combinations of bold prints, jacquards and stripes make up this year’s collection.
In 2005, Rory and his wife Mary were fortunate enough to move to one of the most beautiful areas of the country, Amelia Island, which can only be described as “Paradise!” Located off the Northeast coast of Florida, Amelia Island is part of the Sea Islands which are a chain of tidal and barrier islands on the Atlantic coast of the United States.