We’re excited to bring you the latest and greatest from Drexel Heritage, straight from our High Point Market showroom. Stay tuned as we share emerging trends in fabric, furniture, color and accessories over the next several weeks. In the meantime, we thought we’d share a couple of highlights from this week.
For starters, our blogging friends Cassandra Lavalle of coco+kelley, Jeanine Hays from AphroChic and Jill Seidner of Material Girls enjoyed a quick moment of relaxation on what is known as “The Pit” (two of our Drexel Heritage Upholstery chaise lounges pushed together with a single plush topper).
Our friends from Coastal Living also stopped by and were excited about mixing and melding our new bright green, blue and yellow upholstery selections — a very coastal look, indeed!
Be sure to check back soon….We can’t wait to show you what’s next for Drexel Heritage!
Spending this past weekend on a North Carolina beach for the Fourth of July sent me floating back into my coastal living day dreams. I love the soothing sound of the waves meeting the shore, the glistening water and the pure merriment of kids building sand castles. Perhaps most of all, I love gathering ideas for how I will decorate my future beach house.
A bit sunburned and back in the air conditioning after looking at homes on the market in the neighborhood where I’m visiting, I found this great beach house decorating slide show on the Country Living website. In total contrast to what I typically think of as beach décor (lots of colors… think Seaside, FL), many of these photos show earth tones that create calm, serene rooms. As much as I like color and pattern, this also appeals to me because it makes me feel the same way being at the beach feels.