We don't do interior design forecasting or trend picking. We spend our time taking care of the current needs of our interior design customer base.
We don't pretend to know what's coming up, but we are right on the money with what's happening.
A few months back we covered here a new interest in warmer colors in rugs.
Hand-knotted rugs have characteristics that make them seem to be alive. All cause problems. All are easily fixed.
Also known as "sprouting" little strands of yarn pop up through the top of the pile and can look like your rug is sprouting bits of yarn.
It's a normal event in the young life of a hand-knotted rug. Here's why.
Addison/Dicus & Bailey founder, Gary Dicus, gave a great discourse on picking hand-knotted area rugs. We are in the business of selling rugs, but we don't consider it a sales pitch,
It's just damn good advice.
How many times do you as a designer pull out your cell phone and snap a picture?
Maybe you just finished a room and you need for the shot to show your work in the best possible light.
Here are a few tips that can optimize cell phone photography without bogging you down in photography arcana.
These tips are suggested by Edward Chittenden, a photographer who specializes in interior work and who also (full disclosure) is my son.