Dreamy Boho Getaway

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Your room is supposed to be your ~dreamy~ getaway after a loooonnnngg day at work. So why not make it just like that? Decorating your room can be overwhelming at first, but we are going to show you how to create a bohemian space easily!

Step 1: Choose a bedding! Switching out your bedding can drastically change the theme of your room.

Here are some bedding favorites:

Step 2: Choose COLORFUthrow pillows. Textures and color can add the final touch to your bed! 

Here are some great options:

 

 

 

 

Step 3: Add some wall decor! There are so many macrame pieces that will complement your space beautifully.

Here are some options:

 

Show us how you decorate your room @Designworksinternational

In the name of print & pattern,

DW

Redoing Your Room on a Budget

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Everyone needs change. Changing your surroundings can give you a fresh perspective and it can be fun! Revamping your room can be easy and super affordable. Learn how to redo your room on a budget by following these tips.

Change out your pillowsPillows come in so many textures and colors! You can make your own in less than 15 minutes. All you need is fabric, no-sew fabric glue, and poly-fil!

  1. Choose the fabric you want and cut two squares a little bit bigger than your desired size. Fold each side down for a clean edge before gluing them together.
  2. Glue three sides of the fabric together, leaving one side unglued so that you can stuff it.
  3. Finally, stuff the pillow with poly-fil and glue together the final side (for extra durability, sew the sides of the pillow).
  4. (Optional) For texture, simply glue on pom-poms or tassels to even make your pillow one-of-a-kind!

Here are some pillows for inspiration!

Add wall decorIf you are renting a place and not allowed to paint your walls, this is a great solution! Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie always have wall decor that is to die for. Check out their sale for affordable decor. Here are some of our favorites (all under $50). Also, links are under each picture!

 

Paint your furniture. Paint can give an object new life! All you need is sandpaper and paint. Paint + primer paint gets the job done in fewer coats! First, sand down your furniture so that the paint will have something to grip on. Then, just paint away! (Optional: switching out the knobs)

Here are some color inspo:

 

We hope that you feel inspired to make a change!

In the name of print & pattern,

DW

Throwback Thursday – The HGTV Conference Room

As seen at I Heart HGTV on January 7th, 2014 

The HGTV Magazine staff started out the New Year with a refreshed, refurnished, and revamped conference room! All thanks to our friends at HGTV HOME!

The redo experts took our boring office space, and transformed it into a stylish, colorful, and cozy spot for meetings, brainstorming, and okay, a little partying! Check out our before and after pictures below. Plus find details on specific paint colors, fabric patterns, and more HGTV HOME furniture and products used in the makeover.

Left to Right. Nancy Fire, HGTV HOME Design Director, Sara Peterson, Editor in Chief HGTV Magazine, Carol Crawford, Director of Marketing, Consumer products at HGTV HOME

Left to Right. Nancy Fire, HGTV HOME Design Director, Sara Peterson, Editor in Chief HGTV Magazine, Carol Crawford, Director of Marketing, Consumer products at HGTV HOME

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  • Chairs: HGTV HOME Furniture Collection Dining Chair (2572 and 2572-02A) in Smoke (HG73, fabric and 9, color) with nailhead trim Dining Table:
  • HGTV HOME Caravan Rectangular Dining Table in Two-Tone (4386) Credenza:
  • HGTV HOME Caravan Entertainment Credenza in Midnight (9486) Rug: HGTV HOME Flooring by Shaw Nirvana in Gray (00500) Tray Tables:
  • HGTV HOME Design Studio at Bassett Style Boost Tray Table (6HG7-K604) in Green Pillow Fabrics:
  • All HGTV HOME fabrics are available at Jo-Ann fabric stores or joann.com. Like a Diamond in Fog (window seat), Round Trip in Lagoon, Souvenir Scroll in Lagoon and Fog, and Chevron Chic in Harvest Paint Colors:
  • HGTV HOME by Sherwin-Williams in Cooled Blue (SW 6759) on the walls, and Sealskin (SW 7675) underneath the window seat.

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High Point Furniture Market – Bits and Pieces

So much to see…so little time to blog….so we decided to show “bits and pieces” from our favorites in this post

Beautiful Wooden Headboard and detailed bedding with texture from Studio A, quilting as well as braiding detail.

Updated Outdoor furniture by Janus et Gie gone right with substrate mixing and woven fabric detail.

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Talk about “Going Green” this collection of lighting by Wish Designs LLC, is all organic even down to the felt fabric wrapping each lighting base.
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Arterios, known mostly for their amazing and creative lighting also has “pretty amazing” decorative accessories and occasional furniture.
Look at the detail on this beautiful mixed substrate chest…those hingers and nail heads are perfect!
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 Surya seems to be the “Go To” showroom where buyers and designers love to hang out and shop their many updated and trend right products…

did I mention their mash potato bar that happens during market as well?!

The image below showcases Surya’s handy work featuring appliqué, embroidery as well as printed surfaces

Their showroom is a fantastic loft filled with the latest greats in color, fabric and style…

showcasing, rugs, pillows, throws, wall decor, accent furniture lighting and their newest addition bedding!

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all photos by Nancy Fire

High Point Market – Global Views

Global Views is a home decor wholesale company with collections that blend various styles to make pieces that are elegant, exotic and refined.

I am never disappointed with their style and sensibility. They are the task masters in reinventing beautiful styles by updating their collections constantly! From textiles to furniture and decorative accessories, Global Views is on trend in print, pattern and product style… at Design Works International these are known as the “3 Perfect P’s”!!

photos by Nancy Fire

photos by Nancy Fire

High Point Furniture Market – Berry Bliss

Hate to say we told you so but back on September 19th DESIGNWORKSSTYLE.COM spoke about Berry Bliss as a current trend in the market. That was from Nancy’s trip to Europe. We now have these photos from High Point to back up our blog post… Trending are berry tones in woven geometrics, prints and patterns as well as stripes and updated chevrons. These beautiful pics were taken at The Bassett Showroom IHFC, 12th floor and are the perfect mix of berry color combinations.

photos by Nancy Fire

Out and About Town with Mr. Brown High Point Furniture Market

Another post from High Point Furniture Market, but this is “Out and About Town with Mr. Brown High Point Furniture Market”

For those of you attending the High Point Furniture Market… it pays to venture into the town of  High Point and head to Mr. Brown on 114-116 East Kivett Street (corner of Wrenn) and check out their “hidden treasures” of upholstery and case goods with interesting prints and woven designs. Mr Brown is a duplex store with many interesting products for the home and is  not shy of color and personality with a focus on updated classics.

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photos by Nancy Fire

photos by Nancy Fire

High Point Furniture Market – Legacy Home

Nancy here, as promised still sharing from The High Point Furniture Market!!

Market might be over but the excitement is not…. Have to share “Legacy Home” because I was so impressed with their style, sense of color and fabric choices…a well merchandised and styled line of bedding, pillows, drapery and headboards. See for yourself as you view the following fab prints, patterns and weaves! Legacy Home Collections are available through-the-trade and their website is legacylinens.com

photos by Nancy Fire

photos by Nancy Fire