Day: September 17, 2020

Simple Furniture, Fantastically Made

Simple Furniture, Fantastically Made

A recent kitchen is commonly a easy, unfussy and minimalist affair deriving from the 1950s sense of style it has evolved up to the present day, boasting geometric shapes, stark horizontal traces, removing all moulds and other pretentious decorations, via the use of stainless-steel or darkish brooding elements together with lacquer and frosted glass. No room is complete without wall décor. Get a frame to showcase your family members, or discover distinctive prints so as to add a pop of character to your partitions. To make an enormous assertion with out the commitment, try peel-and-stick wallpaper or self-adhesive wallpaper Obtainable in fun prints and an array of colors, these simple-to-use rolls add a bold look to your room shortly and easily. To reap rosemary and thyme, clip the tops when the plants are in full bloom. The leaves and flowers are often harvested collectively.

When shopping for a drip irrigation system, look for one that can be adapted to your backyard’s measurement and shape. The hose will have to be placed alongside every row to irrigate the plants’ root zones. An old butcher’s block is the perfect item of furniture for a freestanding kitchen with a rustic or industrial feel. …

Big Sky Design opening studio, retail showroom

Big Sky Design opening studio, retail showroom

Wilmington, N.C.-based interior design firm Big Sky Design is opening a new studio and retail showroom in its hometown this fall.

Located in Bradley Creek Station on Oleander Drive, the two-story space will give Big Sky around 4,000 square feet.

The Big Sky Shop + Studio will offer swatch books, wallpaper, and fabric samples; but it will also feature curated vignettes driven by varying themes or color stories — designed to create conversation and to inspire ideas for people’s homes. Each themed vignette will showcase design elements that are otherwise reserved for to-the-trade insiders. The product assortment will include home furnishings, wallpaper, rugs, custom drapery, designer lamps and decorative light fixtures and local artwork. Custom options will be available as well.

The Big Sky Design offices will be on the second floor, where president and principal designer Jennifer Kraner will be located along with the Big Sky Design team. Six designers, two design assistants and the business manager will have a newly designed, branded space, designed entirely by the team. The second floor will feature a library for flooring, wallpaper and fabric samples, workstations for hands-on designing, a conference room and open-concept offices to encourage a creative, collaborative environment.

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