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Friday Favorites: Pendant Lighting


Lighting can transform any space by making it brighter and more stylish! Pendant lights are particularly effective, because they can be used in small spaces, and they typically have a slim profile so you can paired or grouped to create a bigger impact in a larger space. Today, I thought it would be fun to share few […] Read more…

Tecnogas Superiore: One To Watch

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Last month, I had the opportunity to travel to London as a part of the DesignHounds London Design Festival Blog Tour. The trip was an opportunity for me to attend four international design shows: Decorex International, 100% Design, Design Junction and Tent London. Traveling abroad is not an inexpensive endeavor, but the value I knew I […] Read more…

Top Knobs Introduces Fresh New Transitional Hardware for 2016


Beautifully designed kitchens are achieved when designers pay careful attention to the very smallest details. Often cabinet hardware adds to the overall look of the design, but these pieces are the most touched element in a space, so there has to be a balance between quality and aesthetic. Top Knobs, a leading North American hardware manufacturer, has introduced two new transitional hardware collections for 2016. Read more…

10 Tile Trends From Cevisama 2016

Here are the top ten tile trends for 2016 from Cevisama via Inspired To Style Modenus DesignHounds Tile of Spain

Last month, I had the privilege of serving as an official Modenus #DesignHound for the Tile of Spain Passport to Creativity tour! What is Passport to Creativity? Tile of Spain, represented and promoted by The Spanish Ceramic Tile Manufacturers’ Association (ASCER), is comprised of 125 Spanish tile manufacturers concentrated primarily in the province of Castellón. […] Read more…

Wilsonart: Not Your Grandma’s Laminate

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I know what you’re thinking… Isn’t laminate the cheap, bland countertop material that people are pulling OUT of their homes and replacing with stone slabs? {Photo Credit: Retro Renovation} To be honest, I have always thought the same thing! I’ve never specified laminate for a residential project because, to me, the material was better suited for commercial projects. Read more…

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