With each contemporary furniture and modern lighting piece being hand selected by our professional interior designers, we only offer the finest brands in high end furniture, lighting and accessories. Designed and created by professional designers and talented craftsmen Europe and the US, we only partner with brands who strive for excellence in innovation, quality and unique furnishing design. Learn more about our top partners in the interior design industry.
Artemide designers have collaborated with some of the world’s leading architects, and its lamps are included in the permanent collections of several major museums, including New York’s Museum of Modern
Huppé is a state of the art “green” manufacturer located in Quebec, Canada, that solely uses Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified sustainable wood and anti-pollution technologies to build its furniture.
Pinnacle is at the heart of innovation, integrating both style and engineering into their products, to create balanced perfection. Based in Winnipeg, Canada, Pinnacle is a specialist in high-end seating
Development of personal style and an eye for good design is always a gradual progression. As a grown up, you would want your home to be a place of comfort and your personality. Switching from a college dorm room to an adult haven doesn't happen by magic. A conscious effort goes into making an adult home which has all the essentials – for comfort, for storage, for safety etc. If you’re looking for a makeover for your youthful home, consider these 5 things for elevating your contemporary home with a more grown-up style:
When it comes to picking the right sofa, there are a number of factors that you should consider. Oftentimes, once people get into the market for a new sofa or sectional, they follow a similar pattern of picking a style, then size. What we hope to achieve in this article, is to expand the way you approach buying a sofa, so that you’ll find that perfect fit for your needs. We love a great sofa at Sklar Furnishings and if we can inspire you to pick the right one to fit your interior design needs, and your personal needs, then we’d consider that a success.
A lot of planning and thought process goes into hosting a social event. After all, it’s not everyday you open your home to your friends and family. There are a lot of things that go into organizing a great event – but ensuring your interior design is able to cope with larger groups, or even mingling in spaces that have traditionally been set up for other purposes, can put a strain on the flow and function of an event. We’ve put together some great tips for how you can ensure your home is party-ready so you can enjoy the event as much as your guests.