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Posted by Winny Rotsidis on Nov 14, 2018 2:52:37 PM

Is your store or interior decor service ready for the upcoming holidays? The National Retail Federation hints that a 4.3 to 4.8 % holiday sales increase is expected this year, forecasting an aggregated total north of $715 billion. This year, we are excited to announce that for the first time, NPD Furniture offers all items at 10% off for a limited time; November 15 - 30.

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Topics: style, small-scale living, small space, apartment style, condominium living, interior design, rattan, eco-friendly furniture, sustainability, indoor outdoor, midcenturymodern, First Look, hollywood glam, live edge tables, rustic decor, living room decor, accent tables, accent chairs, bedroom, mid-century, home fashion, Furniture, Las Vegas Market, fashion, modern glam, leather furniture, bicast leather, bonded leather, faux leather, Dining Room, Dining Chairs, Thanksgiving, Holidays, Furniture Sale

All Things Bamboo & Rattan

Posted by Winny Rotsidis on Apr 9, 2018 12:52:59 PM

According to the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), consumers' increasing awareness about the effects of global warming, motivated a change in buying behaviors that resulted in new government mandates for the furniture industry.

As we mark the 48th year of Earth Day, two natural materials (Bamboo & Rattan), spring to mind when we think about fast-growing and sustainable resources for home furnishings.

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Topics: midcenturymodern, live edge tables, accent chairs, wabi sabi, hygge, rustic, mid-century, interior decorating, Dining Chairs, japandi, sustainability, earthday 2018, eco-friendly furniture, PU Leather, bonded leather, faux leather, home fashion, Furniture, fashion, Home, living room decor, rustic decor, lagom, indoor outdoor, bamboo, rattan

What is Mid-Century Modern Furniture?

Posted by Winny Rotsidis on Mar 8, 2018 10:30:26 AM

Visualize the post-war era between the 40's and 60's when most Mid-Century experts indicate the beginning of this movement. That period is when the Boomers' lifestyle created a demand for suburban modern tract homes as they established their nuclear families.

The new post-war architecture brought about uncluttered geometric lines that emphasized simplicity and utility due to limited resources. The idea was to integrate an open space setting by using natural lighting (e.g. windows around the house) and an easy indoor/outdoor transition that's exemplified in Eichler-style homes. These distinct architectural elements inspired an innovative furniture style that's called Mid-Century (Mid-Mod, Modernism, Post-Modern).

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Topics: living room decor, mid-century, midcenturymodern, Home, home fashion, lagom, hygge, wabi sabi, interior decorating, millennials, live edge tables, rustic decor, fashion, mad men, indoor outdoor, charles and ray eames, saarinen, george nelson