If threads of time exist, they’re likely made of rope. Cavemen used it for hunting, carrying and climbing. With rope, Egyptian designers moved heavy stones needed for building, then used it to hoist their towering monuments to the sky. In the sixties, designers rode the wave of nautical and beach-inspired style to the absurd, all but wrapped in rope.
Now, this simple, sturdy spin on string is back and delivering rustic texture in contemporary ways. (more…)
Remember when many of us thought the coolest animal house was more Belushi-inspired than decorator-induced? (more…)
Tangy, zesty orange–we’ve got such a crush on you. And why not? This cheery hue energizes and uplifts while infusing interiors with warmth. Orange is one of the few colors strong enough to stand on its own. Yet, orange also plays well with others and in settings of any style from traditional to contemporary, rustic to cottage. (more…)
We can’t wait to try the latest twist on tie dye, one of the most memorable trends of the mid-1960′s. More hip than hippie, today’s tie dye decor spins the color wheel with abandon in everything from happy brights to moody blues and cool blacks, grays and green. The look? Modern and very of the moment. (more…)
As the 4th of July nears, we’re pondering all things red, white and blue, including the growing group of designers, artisans and manufacturers creating furnishings in the USA. Mannington is among them and, together, we aspire to make it easier than ever to fill your home with American-made décor that’s thoughtfully designed, quality made and as stylish as anything found around the globe. (more…)
One of the many things we love about New Jersey life is being a quick road trip from the shore. Whether you’re near the sea or as landlocked as can be, it’s time to set sail with stylish nautical-inspired decor like (more…)