Our latest tutorial is creating The Uptown Coverlet. This quick guide is inspired by Anthorpologies' South American influenced duvet
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http://bungalowclassic.com/ Bungalow Classic was first established in 2000 bringing a fresh approach to the interior design industry. In 2003 the store tripled it's size when it moved to the to it's current location in the rejuvenated Howell Mill district in mid town Atlanta. The airy space is filled with diverse mix of antiques, furniture made with reclaimed materials, upholstery, lighting and other intriguing objects. Helping clients maintain their individuality, the look is refined yet livable with tailored sofas and chairs that are stylish without sacrificing comfort. With an ever changing collection Bungalow keeps a timeless sensibility that appeals to the sophisticated ascetic.
http://designindulgence.blogspot.com About this site --"Design has always been a passion so I was inspired to follow my dream and start my own business 20 years ago. I live in Atlanta which has some of the best design resources in the southeast. I am married and have 2 rescue Old English Sheepdogs. I love when I get a deal....I like to repurpose on my projects....and I obsess about textiles."
http://www.homejameseasthampton.com/ Welcome to The home, james Collection, founded some twenty years ago in East Hampton as makers of exceptionally fine products for the home. Attuned to an aristocracy of time and place and event, our china, crystal and linens draw inspiration from some of the most special moments in history, and some of the most extraordinary places on Earth. References range from Captain Cook and his exploration of the South Pacific, to Madame Pompadour and the court of Louis XIV, to the beaches of Long Island’s South Fork, with their glistening white sand and beguiling sea creatures.
We are all worthy of feeling satisfied about where we are in our homes. Our approach to the adventure is as important as the results. The journey of finding our design ideals shifts with seasons & people passing through our lives. We are more likely to enjoy the creative process when things are made easy and How To Love Your Home's passion for finding & sharing tools, tips, & triumphs is here for simplifying the journey to a commonsense approach to homemaking & design!