As with everything we do at CWI – the WALL is custom designed and presented to our loyal friends, customers and subscribers of New Jersey’s cutting edge home magazine ASPIRE.Each edition of the WALL is fused together by the talented design staff of CWI, the editors and writers of ASPIRE NJ Magazine and integrated with information and ideas from trendsetters and designers the world over.At CWI we want you to know when we say we handle all the details – we mean all the details. Many of the products that we will bring you in each edition of the WALL are in stock or readily accessible to us for customization, we know that there will always be some that are not.Please do not hesitate to ask us about any products that you see featured in the newsletter even if they are products that we do not carry. Your CWI Staff Designer will HANDLE THE DETAILS for you in obtaining products sourced in the WALL or for that matter any magazine or website that has something that you absolutely love. And, by purchasing your products from CWI, we will be able to provide an on-site consultation to make sure that everything will fit just right and provide you with guidance with the accessories that you will want to include with your new acquisition.VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFO Link to our website
Furniture that Makes a Fashion Statement
Check out the Glamorous Table Design Resembling the Signature Red-Soled Louboutins.
For the Ladies reading the WALL and especially for the gentlemen looking for an expressive gift for their loved one, this new exceptionally fun and elegant table design could be a beautiful acquisition for your home. Stiletto by Splinter Works was created to express the elegant shapes of a glamorous Louboutin-inspired stiletto shoe. A hand-sculpted high-heel-resembling leg supports the chic table at one end, while the other end consists of a curved plank. Made from solid stacked walnut, the Stiletto was finished on the underside in polished red acrylic, elegantly resembling the signature red-soled Christian Louboutin footwear. Refined drawers are perfectly fitted to glide openwith the use of carefully hidden finger grooves on the underside.Seeing the pictures, do you think it would make a great gift or would you keep it to yourself?
Now that you’ve found the right shoes, how about the rest of the outfit?Accessorizing is a must for any outfit. Furniture is no exception. In this case the right table deserves the right floor. (yes CWI handles that too!) And for that we absolutely love this ecofriendly Bamboo Design by Teragren.Click here > TERAGREN to learn more about the ecofriendly, beautifully designed flooring products
TRENDING NOW :
Dutch designer Jonas Samson‘s light-emitting wallpaper concept makes it possible “to use a two-dimentional flat surface as light source instead of a 3D object. As long as the wallpaper is turned ‘off’, it is indistinguishable as a source of light. Instead, it is just what it appears to be: wallpaper.” >> www.jonassamson.com
14.36 Pendant Light
The 14 Series are a family of low voltage pendant lighting products designed to be clustered in groups. Each individual pendant is an articulated, seamed, cast glass sphere with a frosted cylindrical void which houses a 10 watt xenon or halogen lamp. Unlike most contemporary lighting, the 14 Series pendants are visually quite subtle in and of themselves – they do not dominate a room. Instead, they are designed for clustering – gaining tremendous visual strength when multiplied – the effect being of many tiny candles encased in floating spheres of water. The light interacts with the imperfections and bubbles of the cast glass to make a visually rich halo of light. Cast glass is an organic process – imperfect by nature – so each piece produced is unique. >> www.ylighting.com
The Dacre Bench features a cross stitching design in fully wrapped leather or synthetic hair. The versatile cubed form works as single seating, rest spot or small side table. Imported. Select Black, White or Whiskey leather or Beige synthetic hair. >> www.yliving.com
Ventopop Pendant Light
In an homage to the Pop Art movement of the 1960s, Arturo Alvarez presents the wildly popular Vento series in a unique color combination. Produced in extremely limited editions of only 500 units, the Vento POP is available as a table lamp and suspension in two sizes as well as a wall sconce. Every Arturo Alvarez stained glass diffuser is handcrafted one-by-one by trained artisans in limited series. Each Arturo Alvarez original is yours alone; no two pieces are exactly the same. Following the painstaking production process, Arturo Alvarez himself engraves his signature and the series number onto the finished diffuser, certifying that the craftsman has exceeded Arturo’s personal standards for quality. Arturo Alvarez does not manufacture lights; they create original works of art whose beauty is optimized by illumination
The algorithmically generated pattern of the Nebula explores the formation and organization of the cosmos. Dynamic and delicate, the Nebula Console can be used with or without the included glass top and is available in Black or White powder coat finish.
Ludlow Leather Bed
Really digging the white leather on this bed from Modloft. The 5′ headboard would make quite a statement in a bedroom!
Warm Up Your Kitchen with Spring’s Color Trends
The kitchen is the heart of the home: a place to cook and share a meal, to entertain friends, gather as a family and even pay bills or do homework.”From a decor perspective, the kitchen is the perfect place to get colorful,” Rachel Kapner, president of Creative Wallcoverings and Interiors, www.creativewallcoverings.com. “Vibrant colors are a great way to reflect and reinforce the high energy of your home’s central gathering place.”No need for a complete overhaul to bring the energy to your kitchen. Start with some strategically selected splashes of color in countertop appliances, cookware, dinnerware, candles, placemats and other linens.”ASPIRE NJ Magazine Editor-In-Chief Amy Sneider informs us that the hotcolors spring are warm hues like tangerine and butterscotch” “ And those are perfect for kitchens because they’re comforting and actually stimulate appetite,” explains Kapner. “A lot of the fun comes in blending old favorites and new shades in fresh, innovative ways.” Color palettes that industry insiders recommend for spring 2011 include:Rustic revival: Relaxed and informal, this palette is inspired by nature and features colors pulled from the outdoors. Shades such as basil, eggplant and copper help create a cozy space reminiscent of the past and simpler times. For a new spin on a traditional rustic color scheme, Rachel suggests pairing a deep, earthy hue with accents of cool pink.Bold expression: Exuding optimism, this palette creates a look that is both unconventional and energetic. Unique color mixes, such as intense purple combined with butterscotch and Capri blue, or sunny orange with dark red balanced against a soft neutral like champagne, create a space that’s eclectic, yet warm and welcoming. Rachel recommends mixing patterns, textures and styles for a one-of-a-kind look.Classic elegance: Lois Darling a 15 year veteran design pro from the Creative Wallcoverings Team adds that Evoking the look of 17th century Versailles, this color palette will give your kitchen a serene, elegant look. Traditional shades like lavender, turquoise, antique pink and bronze can be combined with touches of richer colors like peacock, charcoal and delicious red for a more contemporary look.World market: With the explosion of technology, the world has suddenly become a much smaller place. This modern palette reflects the new global outlook with accents in colors from other cultures, such as the calm oranges and yellows of India, the bright reds of the Far East, and the Capri blue of the Mediterranean. Virginia Liberato of the CWI Design Team suggests grounding these bright colors with black, white, silver or brushed stainless.”In the final analysis, it’s all about doing what you like and surrounding yourself with the colors that make you happy,” concludes Sneider.Long recognized as a leader in the colorful kitchen revolution, Creative Wallcoverings has agreements with top kitchenware manufacturers, granite and stone fabricators, and accessories from major brands that can be customized to every color.
123Creations 2nd Ave. Design A.A. Importing Company Abigails Adriana Hoyos Agostino Antiques Aidan Gray Alligator Enterprises Americana Accents Amita Trading Co. Andaru Interior Anderson Fabrics Andre’S Fabrics Ltd Andrew Picone Anichini Anna French Anne Vosseller Inc Architectural Paneling Inc Arden And Associates Ardley Hall Art And Commerce -Company Art Classics Ltd Art For Kids Art In Motion Arte De Mexico Arte Wallcoverings And -Fabrics Arteriors Import Trading -Co Artisans Brass Products, -Inc. Artistic Frame Artmark Fabrics Co. Inc. Ashbourne Fabrics, Inc. Ashley Manor Asia Wicker Ltd Aspen/Shane Carpets -Mills Astoria Imports Atlas Home Wares Atlas Marble And Granite, -Llc. Award Fabrics B. Berger Babette HollAnd Design Bailey And Griffin Inc. Bailey Street Baker Knapp And Tubbs Ballard Designs Barbara Cosgrove Bargia Inc. Bassett Mcnab Company Bath Connection Bauer International Bausman And Company, -Inc. Bb And T Factors -Corporation Beachley Furniture Co., -Inc. Beacon Hill Becher-Carter Bengal House Ltd Benicia Foundry And -Ironworks, Inc. Bennison Fabrics Bently Bros Bergamo Fabrics Berkeley Tile Bettis Brooke,Inc Bevan Funnell Limited Big Fish Bishop Adams And -Company Blautex Textile Company -Inc. Blome Corporation Blonder Home Accents Blue Mountain -Wallcoverings Blueberry Farm Bograd Bros. Inc. Bograd Kids, Inc Bradshaw Kirchofer Brambles Brentano Brewster Wallcoverings -Company Brimar Inc. British Khaki Furniture British Traditions Inc Brook Custom Cabinetry, -Inc. Brunschwig And Fils Built 2 Last Butler Specialty Company