Tag Archives: decorating
The brief history of window coverings… Picture this, a Neanderthal cave, rain, VICIOUS predators, the inability to sleep in (the real crime) because of that pesky bright orb in the sky…something HAD to be created to block light, provide privacy, … Continue reading →
are super duper busy installing our custom, made in Vermont window decor, spreading cheer far and wide!
OH Man! Did we have fun this year! Our team brought their “A” game with costumes AND the food!
Our newest designer! We’re so EXCITED he’s here! Rodman earned his BFA at Sage College specializing in Interior design. His passion is helping people realize their dreams in design. He adores Industrial Modern, “but really, I love everything.” Schedule some … Continue reading →
We couldn’t let this pass us by… “Gus” or Gustav, if you’re not into that whole brevity thing… Our fantastical fabricator, Felix created these comfy cushions for the interior of this ’76 Volkswagon transporter. “Gus” was a West Coaster until … Continue reading →
We LOVE the Flynn Center for the performing arts! The Home & Garden Online Auction 2017 is now open. The auction runs from March 13 to April 9, 2017 at 9 pm. The proceeds support the Flynn Center for the … Continue reading →
Tom and Bob scheduled their appointment when they stopped into our booth at Burlington Homeshow at the beginning of March. We gave them our fancy schmancy Gordon’s mugs filled with chocolate. And then, they posted these pix with #thanksgordons……and WON!
Windows are a key component to any house. They let light in, allow us to see out to our surroundings and play a large role in the aesthetic of our homes from both the interior and exterior. Their shapes, sizes, quantities and positioning, … Continue reading →
The art of layering with Jen J. In Vermont, it’s cold, so we layer our clothes. Wouldn’t it make sense to layer our windows too? We could all use some extra warmth in our home! Layering can also add texture, … Continue reading →
Home Trends That Will Shape Your House In 2017. For the past 17 years, Pantone has chosen a color that reflects the current cultural climate. In the following year, the color has historically influenced trends in all facets of design—architecture, … Continue reading →