Reused and recycled furniture pieces offer more than just aesthetic appeal. The manufacturing process and materials used in many one-of-a-kind items are good for the planet and right in line with today’s interior decor trends, including both rustic and modern design.
We are 100% committed to creating designs that are not only aesthetically pleasing but they mean something to the client.
There’s nothing more relaxing that being outdoors in a comfortable and beautiful setting – and it’s easy to create. It’s mostly about extending your interior living space to the outside.
I say it’s cool to mix old with new and really create your own style instead of trying to do what is supposed to be right. Whether you have a $100K Lichtenstein or a $5 piece you found at Goodwill, you really just have to do what expresses your personality and not worry about the trends.
Regardless of the industry or area, products that seek to influence the future’s attitudes and styles are often greeted with mixed emotions.
The best examples of interior design strike a balance between aesthetic appeal and practical function.