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Jacoby Co Inc – Trend Fabrics – Vern Yip VOL II

Posted on March 11, 2018 at 5:00 am

All about Vern From Architect to TLC's Trading Spaces, Vern Yip brings accessible design to his audience Inspired by his world travels and background in architecture, Trend collaborates with interior designer and HGTV personality Vern Yip to create an eclectic and inviting collection of fabrics and trimmings. Vern Yip's global aesthetic, paired with his precise and clean lines, has set him apart as a leading trendsetter. The environments he creates are always warm, timeless, and effortlessly livable.   Vern's extraordinary technique, dynamic personality, and ... Continue Reading

Pantone Color of the Year 2018 – Ultra Violet

Posted on March 5, 2018 at 5:00 am

by Greenhouse Fabrics written by Melissa Wolck This just in! The Pantone Color Institute has named Ultra Violet 18-3838 the Color of the Year. This is a moment that we wait for all year, setting the tone for the year ahead. Ultra Violet, “communicates originality, ingenuity and visionary thinking…It’s also the most complex of all colors, because it takes two shades that are seemingly diametrically opposed — blue and red — and brings them together to create something new…It’s truly a reflection of what’s needed ... Continue Reading

Jacoby Company Inc – Eco Friendly Fabrics – Los Angeles

Posted on February 25, 2018 at 5:00 am

by Greenhouse Fabrics 2018 written by Julie Talbert Our Greenhouse Fabric Gurus get asked all the time, “What would you suggest as an Eco- friendly fabrics?” This means safe on the environment, recycled or biodegradable. Here is a reference list of our environmentally friendly fabrics. 1. Linen - is a natural fiber made from the flax plant. It doesn’t require any pesticides and every part of the plant is used. Linen is organic, biodegradable, recyclable and scores high on the ecological chart. 2. Cotton ... Continue Reading

Jacoby Company – introduces – Boll & Branch – 7 Ideas To Refresh Your Bedroom

Posted on February 16, 2018 at 6:00 am

Giving your space a new look is easier than you may think! Try these decorator-approved tricks. How can you transform a bedroom without investing tons of time—or money? Just ask Bree Hancock. The interior stylist and blogger behind ZDesign at Home is all about simple decor tweaks that make a stylish impact. Her go-to ideas: Experiment with color, pattern, and accessories—plus, have fun with it. “I probably wouldn’t put a pink rug in the living room, but I might in the ... Continue Reading

Simple Changes that Will Transform your Home for the Holidays

Posted on November 17, 2017 at 1:00 am

by Greenhouse Fabrics on November 9, 2017 written by Melissa Wolck It's that time of year again... pumpkin spice, crisp air and autumn leaves. Fall is my favorite season! But let's be honest, with all of the rushing around, shorter days and events coming up, it is easy to get overwhelmed, but don't. Take the time to enjoy your family and friends for the holidays. If your feeling defeated by the added pressure of decorating your space, take a look at some of the simple changes ... Continue Reading

Times Patterns Custom Fabrics Los Angeles – LOS ANGELES CUSTOM DRAPERY

Posted on September 21, 2017 at 1:05 pm

Paisley Fabric - The Rich History of a Timeless Pattern by Greenhouse Fabrics on July 21, 2017 Written by Tiffany Tolliver What we know as a Paisley pattern is actually an ancient Persian design called Buta.  The first recorded appearance of this pattern was around 400 AD during the reign of the Sassanid Dynasty.  It originated from the merging of a floral spray and a bent cypress tree which is a symbol of life, eternity, strength and modesty.  It took root spreading across ... Continue Reading

Hard Fiber or Soft Fabric : A Window Dressing Debate – Los Angeles Custom Windows Treatments

Posted on September 14, 2017 at 12:33 pm

Hard Fibers VS. Soft Fabrics In home design, specifically in the dressing of windows, there is a choice between soft fabrics and hard fibers and that choice is often the backbone of what will become your home’s entire aesthetic. Because windows are the vistas from which we view our lives, their appropriate adornment defines the aperture and tonality of any  room. What is a hard fiber window treatment? Hard fiber window treatments can be easily categorized as shutter-style treatments, though not all hard ... Continue Reading

Return to Nature: Organic Perspectives on Home Design : LOS ANGELES WINDOW TREATMENT

Posted on September 11, 2017 at 12:28 pm

  Above all the others, one trend that has become recurrent in interior design is the trend of naturalism. In today’s world where the effects of global warming are undeniable and solutions towards sustainable ways of business and life are debated upon a frenetic political and ecological stage, the urge to be environmentally conscious is palpable. For the past decade there has been a steady rise in clientele looking for materials and aesthetics that fit within the ‘green movement’. The movement is ... Continue Reading

Function and the Art of Window Dressing – Los Angeles Custom Window Treatments

Posted on August 30, 2017 at 6:00 am

  When it comes to all home design, functionality reigns supreme. Opulent beauty and high end designs mean very little if the design does not do its intended job. Vinyl, aluminum and off the self products do everything that higher end window coverings do, they control the aperture of light in the room. However, what custom windows do do that the fore mention offerings cannot is simple: they connect on a deeper and more intimate level to your ideas of style, ... Continue Reading

The Connection of Color and Place in Los Angeles- Custom Window Treatments

Posted on August 28, 2017 at 1:50 pm

Imagine a beautiful house made of wood sitting close to a calm and peaceful ocean. This house  is painted a warm shade of beige, only a few hues darker than the sand itself. You go inside this house to find hardwood floor and stunning oceanfront views of a endless vista of indigo water. If you open up a window, the Pacific ocean breeze will travel all through the house bringing with it a fresh salty smell. Now try to imagine ... Continue Reading