We know you have questions about the Spring Factory Sale, that's why we took the time to answer some of the most frequently asked questions we've heard throughout the years. From installation options to bulb choices, here's everything you need to know!
Surrounded by mountains and forests, this 9,000-square-foot Tahoe retreat showcases California’s beauty. With help from Zak Architecture and Kelly Hohla Interiors, a young family is now able to integrate their active lifestyle into the landscape surrounding their vacation home. This seven bedroom, nine bathroom residence is what dreams are made of, with amenities such as a home theater, bar, game room, and patio with a built-in BBQ and jacuzzi available for the homeowners and their guests to enjoy.
Plan your visit to Beacon with this helpful guide we have curated just for you. Be prepared for a day full of fun when you stop at local boutiques, breweries, and galleries.
PULS, a German engineering company creating high-quality DIN rail power supplies, commissioned Evolution Design to create a staff-centered workspace that would shift the culture away from ‘islands of lonely workers’ towards a ‘networked community.’ Their headquarters now features areas designed for social collaboration and knowledge sharing. Various departments are joining together in these central spaces that are fostering innovation, teamwork, and overall company spirit.
Located in Middletown, New York, Finding Home Farms is a family-owned, lifestyle brand specializing in hand-crafted maple syrup and home decor. Founded by Laura and Dana Putnam, the business grew from humble beginnings. The pair began as "backyard sugar makers,” crafting just enough syrup to share with their neighbors. From there, they expanded into a full-fledged, highly-praised company, but they maintain their traditional roots by tapping and bottling all of their products right here in the Hudson Valley. Recently, they moved operations out of their home to a new sugarhouse and warehouse, which is occasionally open to the public. Stop by to sample and shop their organic maple treats and to see how they make their delicious syrup.
At the beginning of every month, we've been sharing a color that defines the design world we are immersed in on a daily basis. Last month, we chose Smoke, a subdued shade of green. This April, we have chosen Amber, a vibrant, energizing tone of yellow, as our color of the month. According to Vogue, yellow is one of the hottest colors of the season. Its comeback is, in part, thanks to the popular complementary color purple, which Pantone, the world-renowned authority on color, chose as the 2018 Color of the Year.
Designed by Claire Paquin of Clean Design, this Westchester home underwent a complete gut renovation. Originally, the kitchen, dining room, and family room were closed off to one another. The client requested an open concept kitchen where the family-of-four could gather and still have access to the other living areas. The result is stunning; the spaces blend into each other, with materials and color palettes remaining consistent throughout to create a cohesive design.
Jill Najnigier of Boston-based JN Interior Spaces was tasked to transform a California residence for a coastal family with roots in Massachusetts. After a complete renovation, this mid-century modern home in vibrant Manhattan Beach now reflects the unique and personal style of the client, and it also happens to feature one of Niche's signature pendant lights!