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Best known for her line of eponymous handbags, Kate Spade is expanding her empire in a whole new direction: home furnishings . Want to see how Kate decorates her own home?
Twenty-first-century sensibilities combine with classic designs to turn out fresh—but curiously familiar—home furnishings . Old is the next new thing!
antique business when a college friend introduced him to selling vintage clothing. Richard says soon he gravitated toward home furnishings at thrift stores and flea markets, and he now owns and operates one of the top auction houses for modern and contemporary
With $20,000 in savings and four 0% interest credit cards, Valerie and Marcie became co-owners of Open House, a home furnishings store. Valerie says using credit cards to buy inventory was a risk she understood. "For me, I was young—had no responsibilities
I'm launching a talk in September and I've design collections thanks very much I design collections of furniture and decorative art and towels and sheets and dishes and all that stuff as well as interiors and makeovers unseeded. The one thing that I don
Bedroom Add lamps to soften the lighting in the room. Break up your monochromatic color by using accent pillows. Pillows are decorative art that you can scatter throughout the room. Find pillows that suit your tastes. Don't be afraid to choose different textures
Oprah Radio' host Nate Berkus talks about decorating a Malibu beach house with a mix of modern and antique furnishings .
Oprah Radio host Nate Berkus talks about the importance of filling your home with furnishings that mean something to you. Plus, tour Nate's home and see pictures of some of his prized possessions.
Marian McEvoy's glue gun makeover from 'O at Home' Spring 2005 could inspire you to put a new spin on old furnishings .
design, including a shift toward budget furnishings . From discount stores to home furnishings shops, Adam says the look is all luxury ..... gilded and antique pieces with contemporary furnishings . "I think America is ready for understanding