As we get back from fall High Point Market, I am more anxious than usual to unveil the latest in home trends. It seems that 2018 has a lot in store for homeowners. I want to take you along on my “High Point” journey so that you can see “a day in my life” at market. Along on the trip, was what I consider my “design family” from Alaska. We met Jeremy Bauer and Jason Clifton of Bauer/Clifton Interiors at an Interior Design Society conference several years back and we have been tackling markets together ever since.
It’s Room of the Week time! Little Rock homeowners called upon friend and designer Tobi Fairley to renovate their small cottage to an accommodating home full of bright ideas. Fairley worked with Carolyn Lindsey of Yeary Lindsey Architects to open the kitchen and add a new master suite (seen above), office, powder room, and utility space. This master bedroom definitely stands out with its graphic curtains, stylish furnishings, and the Lucite ceiling fan, which is a favorite of designer Tobi Fairley’s (and our’s too!). This busy family of eight each needed a place to relax at the end of the day and this new master suite is just what they envisioned. Read the full story online here or find a copy of the new August issue on newsstands now.
When a young family approached designer Melissa Haynes to give their home a green makeover, Melissa was delighted to find that eco options abound when it comes to home design. She was able to create a gorgeous green space without sacrificing an ounce of her signature style. The natural grasscloth wallpaper was applied with no-VOC adhesive, and the dining chairs were recovered with durable vinyl rather than leather. We adore everything about this dining room!
What’s your favorite part of this room? Read more about the project here.