If you’re sick of your current wall art situation, then maybe it’s time to think outside the frame. More and more lately, we’ve seen our clients forgoing standard works like paintings and prints for three-dimensional, sculptural wall art. The effect is more unique and gallery like than any 2-D piece, and there are nearly as many style and media options as you’d find with framed art…. Read More.

Earlier this year, there was much to-do about Condé Nast’s move from its former midtown headquarters at 4 Times Square into its new, more remote location at One World Trade Center downtown (with some gossip publications citing staffers concerns and complaints about the new space). But, as far as we can tell, the publisher’s new home is every bit as beautiful and glamorous as the old building.
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It’s no secret that bloggers are among the home decor industry’s top trendsetters these days. They’re often the first to implement (and widely share) new styles and ideas spotted at trade shows and in shelter magazines, and they also serve as a wonderful resource of original creative ideas themselves. More and more often, we’re finding ourselves sourcing some of our favorite inspiration images from blogs…. Read More.