Are you looking for a beautiful, custom designed mahogany dining table? Take a good look at this sleek, custom made mahogany table. The table size runs from 44″ x 88″ x 30″H without extensions, and the one that comes with extensions extends to 44″ x 124″ x 30″H. The basic table can seat up to 8 people, 3 each side and 1 at each end and can accommodate 4 extra persons with the extensions. The table allows space for serving dishes in the center of the table for everyone to share.
It is always exciting when something new in interior design comes along. Being a Los Angeles designer, I see everything. It is hard to surprise me! But I am delighted to find these new lamps that light up inside.
As an interior designer in Los Angeles I am always looking for new inspiration and new color stories to update the furniture and accents in clients’ homes.
As a Los Angeles interior designer I spent 3 days at the Las Vegas furniture show looking for new merchandise and new trends. One of the trends I saw in several of the showrooms was metal copper accents. It looks best as accessories like boxes and frames.
Pantone color of the year – Marsala
Marsala – The New Color of the Year
A few months ago, Pantone announced the color of the year this year is Marsala. Sometimes this pronouncement is valid and sometimes not. Previously, the color of the year was supposed to be Emerald, but it never really caught on.
A few years ago, there appeared in the market two constructions of microfiber velvet. They have changed the way people choose fabrics and colors for their sofas. Customers with real lives, kids and pets, and let’s face it even adults can spill and soil furniture, can finally choose colors that are what they love instead of what they think will not look dirty or dingy after a short time. These fabrics are offered in an amazing number of colors. There is a color for every design scheme imaginable.
Decorating with blue and white in interior design is probably the most classic color scheme that exists. It goes back to Chinese ceramics and porcelains that were imported into Europe for stylish interiors as early as the 17th century. The designs were a mix of Chinese, Islamic and European influences. Here you see an array of porcelain temple jars where we mix designs and sizes.
Let’s talk about grass cloth in interior design. It’s been around for centuries, but its last popular era was the 70’s. As wallpaper, in solid it can be less of a commitment than a pattern. What it does is add color and texture to a room either as an accent wall or all the walls in the room. Regardless of whether your scheme is a combination of colors working together or all neutrals, the texture of grass cloth wall covering adds dimension to the room.