Brighten and Heighten Your Interior Design with 5 Simple Tips for Summer

  (BPT) - As warm weather arrives, the changing scenery outdoors is natural inspiration for homeowners to update their interior design. Luxurious textures, bright colors and bold accents help to define today’s most popular summer decor trends, adding emotion and energy to any space. For those redecorating or looking to make a change in their home,

Inspiring Holiday Decor Ideas

Decorating for the Winter Holidays is a great opportunity to go all out. By switching out pillows and rugs and accessories and adding scented candles, garlands and greenery, one can transform their living spaces into a festive and cozy atmosphere that is conducive to entertaining friends and family. Ancient Traditions - How did the Christmas Tree

From Casual to Formal: The Dining Room

With Holiday entertaining on the horizon, we focus on dining rooms and share with you some recent finds for inspiration. Create a comfortable and casual dining nook with mix and match Windsor chairs, farm table and window banquette loaded with upholstered down pillows. The conversation piece is the festive wine bottle lighting. For a casual yet elegant approach

Lighting Rhythms

Had I the heavens' embroidered cloths / Enwrought with golden and silver light / The blue and the dim and the dark cloths / Of night and light and the half light… If you’re wondering what this Yeats passage has to do with lighting your home, the answer is probably almost nothing. It’s not the poem

Soffit Lighting

Soffit is pronounced like “saw fit” with the accent on the first syllable, as in “firstly, she saw fit to keep everyone confident with their pronunciations.” It is a derivative from the Latin suffigere or “fasten under”. That’s all it is, an architectural term for a light fastened under a hanging structure. It is a cousin

Lighting the Foyer

What better place to start a conversation then here, the first place a guest will admire your home, the venue in which you’ll exchange your first few words, and the space of first impressions. The foyer, or the front hall, means a lot of different things to different people depending on the nuances, personalities, and sizes