As you already know, we LOVE One Kings Lane!
Not familiar? One Kings Lane is an online marketplace that brings shoppers exceptional value on a spectacular collection of top-brand, designer, and vintage items for the home.
OKL retail specialists have hand-selected designers and antiques dealers from across the country to create a vast and eclectic mix—with hundreds of items added daily! Many times luxury items are listed for 72 hours and often sell out before the sale ends. To gain access to these incredible sales all you have to do is sign up by entering your email when you first visit the site.
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Every year, Hunter Douglas takes their show on the road with their Premieres events across the country. This past week I attended the Houston event! At their Premieres event, designers are invited to check out the latest product introductions and innovations. The event featured an hour long exclusive training class to learn about the latest Hunter Douglas offerings.
We were introduced to the newest products, fabrics, line updates and upgrades! Hunter Douglas has some great new offerings for Spring 2014 including Duette Architella Trielle Elan, energy efficient honeycomb shades; Silhouette UltraGlide, one-click retractable cord shades; and Vignette LiteRise, modern roman shades with a cordless operating system.
We love the art scene here in Houston! Laura U Interior Design is a proud supporter of DiverseWorks (www.diverseworks.com). The DiverseWorks Luck of the Draw event is the largest fundraiser of the year. The event is on Thursday, May 15th at the DiverseWorks studio. Laura and Michael Umansky are on the host committee and would love to have friends, co-workers and supporters join them for the event.
Designing an interior around a piece of art that a client loves and cherishes is a recipe for success!
Our Inwood kitchen project concept was centered around a lithograph by the British contemporary artist, Damien Hirst. Our client had purchased this piece prior to finding their new home and wanted our team to build a room around it.
This kitchen design was a wonderful challenge; this gorgeous home was built in the 1920s by famed Architect, John Staub. The house is absolutely fantastic and we made no changes to the “bones” other than in the kitchen. The kitchen and breakfast room were originally divided into two small, dark spaces.