Marthaâ€™s Vineyard Interior Design wins Houzz award
The finished Deco Wrap cornice can then be embellished with contrasting fabric, cord, fringe or other options. Tuck fabric panels into the cornice back for faux draperies that can accent a window already covered by blinds or a shade. The foam forms can be cut or glued to use for various window sizes. The finished cornice is hung from hardware that screws in easily above the window frame. Deco-Wrap kits, which do not include fabric, come with four mounting screws and sell for $31.99 at Fabricland. Those attending tomorrow get a $5 discount if the kit is purchased during a demonstration for $26.99. Fabricland is at 855 Route 22 West in North Plainfield.
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Retailworks specializes in customer-friendly interior design
MVID was chosen for the 2014 Customer Satisfaction Award by the more than 16 million monthly users that comprise the Houzz community. Customer Satisfaction honors are determined by a variety of factors, including the number and quality of client reviews a professional received in 2013, according to a press release. Houzz provides homeowners with the most comprehensive view of home building, remodeling and design professionals, empowering them to find and hire the right professional to execute their vision, said Liza Hausman, vice president of community for Houzz. Were delighted to recognize Marthas Vineyard Interior Design among our Best Of professionals for customer satisfaction as judged by our community of homeowners and design enthusiasts who are actively remodeling and decorating their homes. For more information, call 508-687-9555.
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LSU Interior Design alumnus Kenneth Brown discusses successful career
He said the knowledge and experience he received at LSU influenced the success he has today. Immersed in the interior design industry, Brown has created a style that sets him apart from others. His blending of warm Southern style with clean Southern California lines helps create individualized residences. Browns philosophy is that comfort holds the key to an excellent home. Brown is passionate about the structure of a home. He relies heavily on the use of rich colors, and he takes pride in the small details.
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But Falk wants more for Milwaukee retailers. “I envision a place where retailers can come and learn about the latest and greatest in design, lighting and figuring. A showroom, of sorts,” Falk said. “I’m looking forward to pursuing that this year.” WOMEN’S FOCUS LUNCHEON Lyn Falk will share the background of Retailworks, along with her other divisions, at a luncheon meeting of Women’s FOCUS.
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