Fast furniture by definition is furniture that is made quickly and meant to last for a short period of time (between 1 – 5 years). Fast furniture is meant to be on trend and break quickly so that you can toss it and purchase the next trendy piece of furniture. Hopefully at the same great price that you purchased the first one. Sadly as a result, much of this furniture will be sent to landfill sites within a few years.
When it comes to bedding there are a lot of misconceptions about what makes good quality sheets. A high thread count is often mistaken for soft, good quality sheets. Thread count is measured by the number of threads woven into one square inch of fabric. Thread count is calculated by the number of threads woven Horizontally “weft” and Vertically “warp”.
When people are thinking about starting a home renovation project, they start looking for interior design experts and general contractors to potentially work with. But in cases when you’ll need both types of service, who should you call first? Well, we’ve been asked that question plenty of times so here’s our take on who you should hire first: a designer or a contractor?
Interior design, interior decorating … interior designer, interior decorator … are we just talking semantics here, or is there a real difference between interior design and interior decorating and what these professionals can do for you? Well, there is a very real difference and it’s important for homeowners considering a renovation project to understand who they need.