To create a truly functional space, it's important to consider decorative, ambient, accent and task lighting.
If this past year has taught us anything, it’s that we have to be ready for any challenge.
Keep the upgrades subtle so that wall colors, floor finishes and well-integrated lighting can enhance the existing architecture.
From supply chain issues to staffing shortages, retailers have recovered quickly from difficulties this past year.
How consumers handle home renovations affects builders, designers and retailers. What should we be paying attention to as we move past more than a year of pandemic-related changes?
Ambient lighting is crucial to the comfort of a space, as shown in this San Francisco interior design project.
For home furnishings industry professionals, the end of the pandemic may mean another revamp of your business.
Customers and clients are reasonable as long as they are kept in the loop and know what to expect.
Layered lighting in this restaurant adds to the ambience and helps reduce noise as well.
Designer Kerrie Kelly shares her must-haves for a functional outdoor kitchen.
How are you moving your design business forward? See what mindset you fall into and see strategies that can move your business into a growth mindset.
Neon lighting reminds us of days gone by and the bright lights in cities like Las Vegas. They also have a place as art, even in residential settings.
Dealing with clients can lead to challenging conversations. Engage with clients with confidence with the following tips.
A February 11 webinar will outline the future of furniture selling and strategies to ensure your business processes are optimized to help your team scale for the future and encourage repeat customers.
Lighting up outdoor spaces allow people to spend more time outdoors, especially now when we are sheltering in place.
While 2021 shows promise of a return to something resembling normal, much of what consumers have had to embrace through the last year is likely here to stay.
Philadelphia Interior Designer Glenna Stone creates radiant, livable spaces with the core belief that great design is about walking into a space and feeling one thing: everything is as it should be.
Adjustable downlighting, while in the background, can create the right ambience for decor, even as it's changed up.