Posts tagged "HGTV"

RePurpose With Color - Behind The Scenes with an HGTV Star

RePurpose With Color - Behind The Scenes with an HGTV Star
In a warehouse not so distant from the manicured sidewalks of the downtown premium furniture retailers, where price-tags shock and lead times can make us shudder – there is a place where one expert re-cycles, re-uses and re-invents with one sole purpose – to re-purpose! Cari Cucksey of HGTV’s hit show, Cash & Cari takes... Read more »

Lights, Camera, Action! - High Point Market - The Greatest Show on Earth

Lights, Camera, Action! - High Point Market - The Greatest Show on Earth
Cue the feral crowd of interior designers and decorators from around the planet, raise crystal goblets of bubbly, and devour Italian hors d’oeuvres as the furniture barrens of the world host another High Point Market—Hollywood style! Twice a year, and only open to the trade, North Carolina morphs its quaint city of High Point into... Read more »

Brimfield Antique & Collectables Show - Serving Up Success Under The VIP Tent

Brimfield Antique & Collectables Show - Serving Up Success Under The VIP Tent
Under the rolling hills and cloud-covered skies in Brimfield, Massachusetts, vendors from all over the globe gathered a week in advance to prepare for the largest outdoor antique exhibit in the world—the Brimfield Antique & Collectables Show. More than 6,000 dealers stretched along one mile of dusty road prepared to peddle everything from vintage clothing... Read more »
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Is Your Interior Design Style too "Home Depot Chic?"

These thermofoil style cabinet doors are no match for the insane wall color and horrible window casing. The cabinet hardware is too small and the counterop is too bold.
It is not surprising that when the American retailer of home improvement and construction products and services opened over 2000 stores across the United States since 1979, it single handedly changed the way we viewed our interiors and the world. Thirty years later after replacing everything brass with its cousin, chrome, have we gone too... Read more »