A couple of the mantels from our store have found new homes in our home. This mantel has moved 4 times, it was originally an oak mantel removed from our old house. It was then repurposed and moved to our store where we used it for product displays and mantel decorating demos. It has nowContinue reading “Repurposing Mantels… Again!”
The dining room in the year’s Parade House was dressed simply in cream and silver with a few organic touches to soften the room. The centerpiece, a sleek trio of silver & glass hurricanes are quite contemporary, so a bit of moss was added to soft the look. Our abundant floral arrangement of faux branchesContinue reading “Living Beautifully… Simple & Elegant Accessories for the Dining Room”
This year’s Parade of Homes kitchen was a show stopper with a blend of sleek contemporary white cabinets, white quartz countertops and a reclaimed wood tray ceiling – together they bring in the perfect blend of contemporary style and rustic chic. The open shelving in the kitchen had beautiful live-edge black walnut shelves and wasContinue reading “Parade of Homes… Accessorizing the Kitchen”
The guest bedroom in the Harrington Homes model had a relaxed welcoming feel brought with a bird theme. Although the furniture leaned toward the contemporary side, we brought in some elements of nature and softened the room with floral and bird themed wall art and accessories. The barnwood framed bird wall art adds instant charmContinue reading “Parade of Homes… Guest Bedroom Accents”
The rich gray palette continues into the master bath’s tile, shower, counter top and flooring. The perfect spot for our painting of this lovely lady! The water closet is simply dressed with reclaimed wood framed mirrors and a simple orchid.
A la Maison is thrilled to be working with Harrington Homes on the accessories and staging of the beautiful new Sophie ranch-style home at this year’s Syracuse Parade of Homes. It was a busy couple of weeks but the “Sophie” model is dressed and ready for visitors! Starting with the master bedroom… The gray colorContinue reading “Marching Thru the Syracuse Parade of Homes”