Texture, Natural Wood, And Art At The High Point Furniture Market

Texture, Natural Wood, And Art At The High Point Furniture Market

This is my last post about my visit to the High Point Furniture Market in October. Due to the pandemic it was very calm and I could linger in front of pieces and vignettes like never before. I was tagging along with my interior designer friend Sandra so I didn’t need to focus on shopping, just fun eye candy.

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The Roberta Schilling Showroom At The High Point Furniture Market

The Roberta Schilling Showroom At The High Point Furniture Market

If you have been peeking into our home here on the blog, you can tell I love texture, accents of unpainted wood, and artwork. Oh yes, and green. In October, I stepped into the Roberta Schilling Collection at the High Point Furniture Market because the showroom entry just pulled me right in, for all of those reasons.

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Styling Our Miniscule Master Bath

Styling Our Miniscule Master Bath

If you’ve been reading along here on my newest blog journey, you know that we live in an updated 1977 ranch home. We’ve lived here for 30 years, and contractor hubby Steve and I have made some amazing changes in some rooms, and not so much in others. Take our master bath. We could have turned its miniscule self, with no window or special features, into a closet. Then we could have broken through the wall to the nearby small fifth bedroom to create a fancy bathroom with all of the amenities everyone on Pinterest seems to have. But no. We did not.

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Unique Styling Solutions For Our Unusual Entry Hallway

Unique Styling Solutions For Our Unusual Entry Hallway

We have quite an unusual 1970s brick ranch home that features a deep courtyard entry. In summer, enormous bright chartreuse hostas take over the shady side of the area. Naturally, it just made sense to my color-loving brain to paint the front door the same shade of green.

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