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Visit the Miami Design District for Great Ideas

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If you’re planning a trip to Miami this year, one place all budding designers should visit is the Miami Design District. It’s the beating creative heart of Miami, covering everything from interior design and furniture to galleries and antique stores. For someone looking for South East coastal ideas there is no better place to get […]

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The DesignFolly Slipcover Fabric Collection

Bright colors are the hallmark of The Bungalow Heaven Fabric Collection designed by Kerry Ann Dame. The woven patterns evoke some of the many places she’s been fortunate enough to visit – France, Italy, Fiji, England, Australia, California. Perfect for any lived-in home – beach house, resort, or traditional. The line is made in North and South Carolina, and includes recycled cotton fibers.

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Timothy Corrigan and the Chateau du Grand Lucé

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I’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of talented designer Timothy Corrigan’s new book, An Invitation to Chateau du Grand-Lucé – as an avid Francophile, how can I resist the opportunity to while away a Sunday afternoon with fabulous images of Chateau interiors?  I was planning this little treat for myself, and the universe obliged.  While […]

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The 2013 Stripes Trend, On a Budget – Guest Post!

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Thanks to our online friend, design and fashion blogger Adria Saracino of The Emerald Closet for putting together a guest post for us! We’re happy to have a little help while we take a few days off…… Although they never really go out of style, in home or in fashion design, there are certain periods […]

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Small Business Saturday from American Express

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Shop with us on the Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend and earn a $25 statement credit from American Express! You May Also Like….

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The Stewart Parker Designer Showhouse

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The Stewart Parker Designer Showhouse in Georgetown is under way, and it’s a whirlwind of activity at Posh as we pull together the elements of our room. We’re decorating the Bride’s Room,  an upstairs bedroom that serves as the dressing area for the bridal party when weddings are held at the house.  The room has […]

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The Tree of Life Fabric Story

The various colors typically displayed in tree of life patterns allow for flexibility in color directions, as well as layering of colors and pattern types. This pattern is appropriate for traditional, transitional and modern design styles. It’s wonderful for creating Chinoiserie, Rococo, and English Cottage designed rooms.

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We Love Thomas Paul’s Designs

We just can’t get enough around here of Thomas Paul’s fresh, snappy modern prints from Duralee. Thomas Paul fabrics are reasonably priced prints with a fresh perspective – perfect for our Pillowfolly throw pillow collection. They’ve given our shop a needed lift, and they are clean and simple enough to mix well into traditional rooms. […]

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Decorating, Interior Design, Product Design, and DIY  – DesignFolly.com!

Designfolly is one-stop shopping by designer Kerry Ann Dame. Interior Design, Custom Slipcovers, and curated online shopping begin here.

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True British Colonial Style

“British colonial style” has become popular in recent years. Mahogany “campaign” furniture, bamboo and rattan, wicker and leather, and design elements such as monkeys, palm trees, and ticking stripes have invaded our homes. But what does “British colonial style” really mean? Where and when did it orginate?

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