It’s the most glamorous night on the red carpet, and this year’s Oscars were no exception. As the A-listers closed out the awards season with a designer-clad bang, we were front row (to our televisions) to bring you the next edition of Furniture Meets Fashion.
Whether you gravitate towards the simple and traditional or the flashy and fashion-forward, we happen to know that a person’s dining set is a window into their personality.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and we’re setting the mood with some serious tuft love. Creating undeniable style and class, we bet even the biggest commitment-phobe is ready to get pinned down by this crush-worthy upholstery treatment.
Valentine’s Day is nearly upon us, so it’s no surprise that Cupid’s arrow has landed squarely on the perfectly sized—and aptly named—loveseat.
Last Sunday’s Golden Globes marked the arrival of red carpet season, and all the stars were aligned for a dazzling parade of custom couture and dazzling baubles—which means another round of Furniture Meets Fashion for your viewing pleasure.
When Pantone announced Marsala as its 2015 color of the year, we have to admit we had mixed emotions. Yet when the 80s flashbacks of wall-to-wall mauve carpet had subsided, we started to develop a distinct taste for the earthy, reddish-brown hue. Offering endless possibilities as a daring accent color, we’re starting off with a fabric wallpaper download to get your phone, tablet and computer on trend.
If you’re in desperate need of the perfect gift, then consider our first annual gift guide your holiday miracle. Packed with hand-picked finds from our oh so trendy team, this go-to guide has all the necessities to make your shopping merry and bright.
Before you start buying by the gallons and taping off your baseboards, check out these need-to-know-paint tips straight from our Design Studio experts. Our resident interior designers have been bringing home design visions to life since 2006.
One look inside Tommy Hilfiger’s swanky Miami bedroom, and we just knew a City Furniture Look for Less version needed to happen. Click inside to see how we recreated this pricey look for just under $4,500.