Month: January 2021

Beginning Your Own Home Clearance Business

If you need your private home décor themes to point out off your private style and impress your entire visitors, you’ll find great ideas for home décor themes online. As I mentioned when discussing wall décor, whereas it’s a must to stay minimalist when decorating a sci-fi futuristic bedroom, you may’t be too minimalist, or the room will appear empty and even a touch claustrophobic. As such, it is best to be at liberty so as to add plenty of little bed room equipment to personalize the place with your very personal unique type. Plasma balls are all the time a cool accent to have. I had loads of them after I was a kid, and they make a enjoyable procrastination device in addition to a chunk of decor.

Mint is the Spice of Life in Cooking, and so they are available many flavours from the robust tasting and vigorous growing mints such as peppermint and spearmint to the milder and fewer vigorous (variegated) plants like lemon mint and apple mint. Great fall adorning ideas, habee. Thanks for sharing these with us. One drawback of wicker as furnishings is when part of the woven material comes loose. It is most …

Hall of Fame Foundation elects 2021 officers, board members

HIGH POINT — The board of directors of the American Home Furnishings Hall of Fame Foundation has elected new officers and board members for 2021, including the Foundation’s first female board president.

Caroline Hipple, president of Norwalk Furniture, has been elected president; Scott Eckman, executive vice president and chief revenue officer of International Market Centers, first vice president; Tyson Hagale, president-furniture hardware division of Leggett & Platt, second vice president; and David Gebhart, CEO of Global Views, secretary-treasurer.

Martin Ploy, president, AICO/Amini Innovation Corp, will continue to serve on the executive committee as board chairman.

New directors are Michael Faus, senior vice president of Carpenter Co.; Jeremy Hoff, CEO of Hooker Furniture; and Steve Rusing, president of U.S. sales, Tempur Sealy International.

“The vision for the Hall of Fame building is really threefold,” said Hipple. “First, to create a home for our $150 billion industry where we can gather for activities and create engagement; second, to be a symbol for leadership, innovation and excellence, just as our inductees are; and, third, to be a place where our story is told to us and to the whole world.

“It’s going to be a living space to celebrate our industry. It will

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By adding several new gadgets to a room, you can change its look and liven it up. We have a look at our residing rooms on a daily foundation and we all the time feel they want spritzing up. Effectively in this you will discover a number of items could make a room stand out. Now it is time to choose the colours that can grace your partitions, accent your furnishings, cowl your beds and move by your home. Colors are key to creating environment. With shade you can create coziness and warmth, a contemporary hip mood, a cool refreshing environment, or a time honored traditional feel. 6. Never water your backyard or plants when the sun is on them. This of course means you must water simply before the sun comes up in the morning or simply after the sun goes down in the night.

Rattan furniture requires low maintenance. Not like other pure supplies that have to be handled with oil and preservatives, Rattan lasts for a tremendous amount of time with out maintenance. Just dust the items with a nice brush and they will look pretty much as good as new. In case of dust, wiping with …

Friday Five with Ashley Rumsey of Mason Studio

Ashley Rumsey is founding partner, along with Stanley Sun, of Mason Studio. The Toronto-based interior design firm combines art, science and human experience to create a wide array of projects. From award-winning luxury hospitality, retail and multi-unit residential design projects all the way to experimental exhibitions, Rumsey’s practice spans the world. International experience and a unique perspective helps her create meaningful experiences to enrich her clients’ lives. She’s also a member of the Cosentino Design Alliance. Today Ashley Rumsey joins us for Friday Five!

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1. Habitat 67
Through our work as interior designers, we recognize the responsibility to improve social interaction within the spaces we design. Habitat 67, designed by Moshe Safdie, is a pioneering example of how this is achieved through architecture. The development reimagines multi-unit residential design expressing the importance of balancing residential density with quality of life.

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2. Public Art
Art plays an essential role in our work. This public art installation, Two Circles by Micah Lexier, is an excellent example of how art can impact a space. Stunning in its simplicity, the two black and white circles make a bold statement from afar, but up close

Pacific Coast Lighting releases 2021 catalog

Pacific Coast Lighting announced the release of its new 2021 catalog. The full-color nearly 200-page catalog showcases the company’s lamps and portable lighting designs, along with looks from its Kathy Ireland Home collection.

“We are very proud to once again share our catalog with our network of design professionals and retailers. We believe that lighting is the ultimate home accessory that helps define space, creates ambience and drama, and serves as an integral part of any décor. In the pages of this book you will find everything from classic to contemporary, showing how we consistently deliver a wide array of styles at a great value” said Clark Linstone, president of Pacific Coast Lighting.

The catalog is available on Syndigo marketing platform and can also be viewed at the Pacific Coast Lighting website, Hard copies can be obtained by emailing

Lauren Roses is Home Accents Today’s product editor, responsible for selecting and compiling product and trend stories, and for overseeing product submissions and coverage of intros and market debuts. Lauren studied at the University of Arizona and has lived in San Diego, California and New York City. Prior to joining Home Accents Today, she worked in