Home Interior Design
Interior Design News, Home Makeover and Decorating
SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- For decades, prefab homes were supposed to be the next big thing - never mind that they were found primarily on the pages of design magazines or in architects' sketchbooks. What a difference a year makes. "Modernist Prefab" is no longer a concept but is now a reality. "In the past year, the modernist prefab manufacturers have had the necessary break-through to deliver product, and CA Boom's Prefab Zone participants confirm this," says Charles M. Trotter, founder and executive producer of the CA Boom Design Show.
SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- For the past three years, the annual CA Boom Design Show has been a must-attend event for both the design trade and savvy consumers of good design. This year, CA Boom 4 will showcase an impressive line-up of fine furniture designers, architects and furniture manufacturers.
WHEATON, Ill. -- The residential and commercial storage and organization industry has a new advocate. The Association of Closet and Storage Professionals is the new voice of this booming segment of the cabinet trades. Supported nationally, the ACSP is dedicated to creating industry standards, certification, and building consumer awareness of the professional standards of the field.
BOSTON, Mass. -- Arclinea Boston was a multiple award winner at the 2006 Qualified Remodeler Master Design awards held on Wednesday, October 18 at the Peninsula Hotel in Chicago. A kitchen in Weston, Massachusetts was named Silver Award winner in the Kitchens Over $100,000 category, while the model kitchen for the 360 Newbury condominium development, located in Boston's Back Bay, won the Silver Award for Kitchens $50,000 to $100,000. The winning kitchens were both designed by Arclinea Boston Senior Project Manager Mercedes Farrando.
MIAMI, FL -- DNA 11, the creators of nationally-acclaimed DNA artwork, are proud to announce an innovative, second-generation product of fingerprint art. These custom-made, digital works of art capture the essence of the client by creating a personalized image; customers can select one fingerprint or all five.
BOSTON, Mass. -- Three Massachusetts kitchens designed by Arclinea Boston have been named winners in recent 2006 design contests. The kitchens, in Cambridge, Lincoln, and Chestnut Hill, demonstrate Arclinea's commitment to superior functionality and meticulous design, customized in each case to meet individual client needs and to complement adjacent living areas and the architecture of the larger home.