How Long Will It Take to Get Custom Furniture? Is it Worth the Wait?

How Long Will It Take to Get Custom Furniture? Is it Worth the Wait?

Design Inspiration, Designers, Eco Friendly, General, Things To know
With a wealth of information out there, shoppers are more educated and prepared when looking to invest in a big purchase like furniture. In that research and preparation, there are a few key questions you need to ask yourself: What is the style or look that best reflects your taste? What is your budget? And, very importantly, is there a specific date or time frame that you need something? Here at Circle Furniture, we specialize in made-to-order upholstery and case goods made right here in New England. Some of these items come with a lead time of 6 - 10 weeks, but we do have many things in stock if you have guests coming next weekend that have nowhere to sleep. So before we answer the question of how long…
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Six Tips For Working With Interior Designers

Colorful Ideas, Design Inspiration, Designers
Ready to leave the world of hand-me-downs and particle-board furniture behind but not sure you have the HGTV-worthy design skills to build yourself a beautiful adult space? While working with a designer may seem even more intimidating as designing a new space yourself, it doesn't have to be. These six tips will help you get thinking about what you what out of your redesign, and they'll help your designer create a space perfect for you. 1. Identify the showcase items in the room you're redesigning. Do you have beautiful windows you want to show off? A family heirloom like a chest or a chair that needs to be in the room you are redesigning? Be sure to let your designer know so that as you redesign your space, you can let…
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Spring Trends: Fresh from the Furniture Market

Colorful Ideas, Design Inspiration, Designers
The Queen Bee, Sean D and Linda are down in High Point, NC on the hunt for the latest and greatest. Here is what the masterminds of interior styling have spotted: Creative New Sleep Sofas: Check out this Sleeper Sofa's arm! A photo posted by Circle Furniture (@circlefurniture) on Apr 18, 2015 at 1:45pm PDT A photo posted by Circle Furniture (@circlefurniture) on Apr 18, 2015 at 7:12am PDT Bold Colors! Teal: A photo posted by Circle Furniture (@circlefurniture) on Apr 18, 2015 at 10:19am PDT   Jewel Tones with Detailed Patterns A photo posted by Circle Furniture (@circlefurniture) on Apr 18, 2015 at 10:12am PDT   Mix and Match Dining: A photo posted by Circle Furniture (@circlefurniture) on Apr 18, 2015 at 6:58am PDT   And of course a…
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Accent Chairs: How to Mix and Match

Colorful Ideas, Design Inspiration, Designers
A living room equals one couch (sofa) and two chairs (that match) - right? It is a formula that works. Well, what if you wanted to push the boundaries a bit? One simple and tangible approach to mix things up would be to mix and match your accent chairs. Rather than two fully upholstered pieces you could choose one with a wood frame. Here are a few styles we love: 1) Basie - It's so versatile it matches any style 2) The Viceroy Recliner - A mid-century modern classic with height Want more options? Just ask one of our designers.
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2015 Style Trends: Moving In and Moving Out

Design Inspiration, Designers, Media
The 2015 style shifts are just beginning as we emerge from the age of greys, patterns, and vintage. We are moving onto something new; but what will “it” be? Trends and styles can be hard to predict and keep up with as they are constantly changing. We will learn from these industry leaders what they believe will be moving out, and what will be moving in. Andrew Corrie In: Authenticity Out: Chalkboard Paint, Faux Fur Andrew Corrie tells us what each new trend will boil down to: authenticity. Andrew believes that we have been trying too hard to be what we are not. The new trends will focus around getting back to showing our true authenticity.   Genevieve Gorder WARNING: Genevieve Gorder is not afraid to hold back in this…
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