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Archives: August 2019

A youth's room, with pink accents on white furniture.

Transitioning From a Child’s Room to a Teen’s Room

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The process of transitioning your child’s bedroom to reflect their looming teen years is bound to give you a sense of mixed feelings. It’s the end of one huge phase of their lives and the beginning of something entirely different. Even though you may not be looking forward to the process, we think these essential tips will have you coming away from the transition uplifted and excited for what’s to come. Use these simple tips and stop by our showroom to create a teenage room that’s tasteful and reflective of the young adult they are slowly becoming.

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Two white couches bordering a massive, thick carpet in a living room..

How to Choose a Rug for your Home

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There is nothing quite like a rug to tie a room together and make it whole. It’s amazing what a small addition like a rug can do to your home’s spaces – and they seem proper to place almost anywhere in the home. If you need one in your dining room, living room, or even your bedroom, our tips will help you decide. Below are the few things you need to know to ensure you choose the absolute best rug for your spaces.

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A mixed and matched selection of pillows on a grey sectional couch, with wooden nesting table in the middle.

Mixing-and-Matching Furniture

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If you’re worried about having to change everything in your house to accommodate a new piece of furniture, we have some good news: mixing and matching is in.

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A walk-in closet with shelving lining every wall.

Should I Choose Open or Closed Shelving For my Closet?

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If you’re trying to take back lost space in your bedroom’s closest, it might be time to consider adding in brand-new shelving. While there are a few different ways you can mix and match the items your closet to create additional space, shelving is one of the easiest and most effective methods. The only question left is the biggest: should you opt for open or closed shelving?

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