Archive for the 'Residential Design' Category

During our March Markets, renowned and fabulous interior designer Denise McGaha stopped by to share a few of her tips that she uses to keep her clients happy through her work at Denise McGaha Interiors – and we can’t help but share her wisdom!
Looking to incorporate bold and unique style into your Valentine's Day this year? From tabletop to glassware to paper goods, subtle touches of red can add a splash of color among the classic black and white palette trending this season.
Nationally recognized for his Target brand, interior and home furnishings designer Thomas O’Brien shared his secrets to managing and curating his New York home studio and boutique during the January Total Home & Gift Market.
If you’re part of the design community, you really can’t miss the 5th annual Summer Designs party on Wednesday, August 14 at 7 p.m.
The world of decorative painting is limitless, ever-changing and richly complex. Working in countless exquisite homes, I have constantly explored new techniques and finishes for a variety of styles and tastes. I am so excited to share some of these insights with you at the upcoming Dine + Design Luncheon and offer a few secrets on how to enhance your client’s homes. [...]
Get Updated! There are 2 ways you can update our App. Occasionally, our developers send out an update to the App Store. This type of update means we have added new functionality, made something easier to use, or have fixed a bug. [...]
Have you noticed how many mini-pendants are available from scores of suppliers? Their presence in a particular room is an emerging trend that is going to increase the demand for these popular products farther and faster. And that room is…the bathroom! [...]
If you haven’t been to the famous Round Top Antique Show, you haven’t lived! Ok, that might be an exaggeration. But, this twice-a-year show held in Round Top, Texas is the vintage and antique lover’s dream! During the fall show last September, I had the pleasure of attending a special bloggers luncheon held at The Prairie, the farm-like B&B created by the Queen of Shabby Chic herself, Rachel Ashwell.