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Custom Furnishings Create a Luxury Look

If you're looking for a truly one-of-a-kind design for your home, custom furnishings are the only way to go. Custom furnishings can range from the perfect dining room buffet or bedroom side tables to an entire bedroom set. My team and I at Barbara Gilbert Interiors provide the service of custom-designed furniture to our clients and the end results are always beautiful and unique. Every detail can be considered with custom furnishings. Using only top-quality wood, fabric, steel, and finishes, the custom furniture I deliver is the best in the business. These are high-quality, lasting pieces you'll love for years to come, perhaps...

Design Crush: Sunburst Round Mirror

I've been sharing interior design finds on my social media sites for some time now, and today, I'm giving it a name: Design Crush. These are my favorite pieces of furniture, accessories, decor, and more. Today, I'm loving a  sunburst round mirror from Cyan Design, the Wheelhouse Reflection Contemporary Framed Wall Mirror. Rough, driftwood-textured wood frames the round mirror in a classic starburst pattern on this wall mirror. This beautiful contemporary wall mirror features natural variations in the design, along with a versatile pecan finish. Got your own Design Crush? Share it with us on Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest!   

Residential Design Trend Alert: Cement Tile

Cement tile is one of the hottest trends in residential design. This large-format tile adds a graphic and often colorful design element and looks modern and marvelous. But did you know cement tile in residential design actually goes back to the 1850s in Catalonia? This style made its public debut at the Paris International Exposition of 1867 by the Catalan company Garret & Rivet. [caption id="attachment_15632" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Image via Granada Tile[/caption] This is an old way of making tile, using mineral pigments, cement, a mold, and a hydraulic press. Its heyday in the US was during the Jazz Age, with cement tile...

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