We are very excited about the newest addition to our ever-changing showroom floor. The Design Gallery by Homemakers exudes elegance, offering a jaw-dropping collection of high-end furniture and accessories for every room in your home. Keep reading to see photos of our gorgeous new space!
Are you stuck in an interior design rut? Maybe you’ve recently purchased a new house, and you’re struggling with how to make it feel like home. Our design consultants can help! From floor plans to furniture, accessories and more, we have a highly skilled team providing in-home design services that suit every space–and every style.
To show you how it works, we sat down with Katie DeSchepper, one of our design consultants, to chat about the design consultation process and get the behind-the-scenes details on a stunning project she recently completed.
Don’t let the thermometer fool you—fall is just around the corner. No matter how long we’ve been out of school, this time of year always makes people want to reinvent themselves a little bit. Maybe it’s time to finally go after that dream job, become fluent in a foreign language or learn how to cook like a master chef.
Change is a beautiful thing, but the motivation to stick to it can be fleeting. And then what?
We’re constantly saying that your home needs to be a reflection of who you are. When your environment doesn’t evolve with your lifestyle, it’s that much easier to fall back into old habits.
That’s where Homemakers’ Design Consultants* come in, helping you create a space that fits the new you.
How would you describe your living space? Is it a lackluster work in progress, an inspired accomplishment or something in-between? Maybe it needs a color injection, a bold conversation piece or even an entire furniture refresh.
It’s been a long winter. We’ve had enough of slick roads, gray skies and cold temperatures, and all these weeks of being cooped up have done nothing for our attitudes about our own homes.
This time of year, we’re all craving something fresh, new and exciting. Instead of anxiously staring out the window, hoping to glimpse that first sign of spring, why not be proactive and create change within your own space?
Imagine walking through your home. How does each room make you feel? How do you want it to feel?