Tag: furnishings

ANA’s Tips for Buying Furniture Online

ANA’s Tips for Buying Furniture Online   1. Know your room size and have a floor plan. Nothing is worse than buying the most comfortable chair, only to realize it takes up the wall where you wanted the sofa to go. Planning is critical. Have a scaled drawing made of your room with all of […]

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Ten Ways to do a 0$ Makeover on your Home:

Ten Ways to do a 0$ Makeover on your Home   1. Take everything out of the room and start over. It’s amazing what can be achieved by starting off with a blank canvas. Not only will you edit and remove everything that is not purposeful or beautiful, you may even come up with an […]

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The Charleston Single House

The Charleston Single House     Recently I travelled to South Carolina for holiday. While I was there I encounter one of the most original home designs around. Many places have homes that are uniquely designed for that specific area and can be found no where else in the world. One of the most striking […]

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Upcycling: From Old to New

Upcycling: From Old to New   up·cy·cle ˈəpˌsīkəl/ verb gerund or present participle: upcycling reuse (discarded objects or material) in such a way as to create a product of a higher quality or value than the original. “the opportunity to upcycle trash, or turn it into new products, was vast”     These pictures are from […]

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Holiday Gift Suggestions

Holiday Gift Suggestions     Fashion and decor have always gone hand in hand. Check out this pillow made from a Christian LaCroix silk scarf. Now just imagine the possibilities with a Hermes one? I have a collection of vintage Hermes scarves and now I know how I am going to adorn my office sofa. […]

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High Point Market – ANA Interiors

High Point Market, North Carolina The High Point Market is the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world, bringing more than 75,000 people to High Point every six months. Serious retail home furnishings buyers can be found in High Point twice a year because if you can’t find it in High Point…it probably doesn’t […]

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