Luck is on your side with so many styles and textures to choose from. Visit Quoizel.com to see more of these fixtures and to find an authorized dealer near you.
Feeling a little melancholy because the holidays are over? Well you are not alone!
Getting organized, purging those drawers and closets and starting a small project always melt those winter blues away!!
Going digital (paperless) is a great way to start the year. Maybe you will be able to replace that large filing cabinet with a smaller more stylish cabinet if you don’t have to file so many bills and receipts. You’ll also save some trees in the process! Heather Levin a writer for Money Crashers gives some excellent tips on How to go Paperless at Home.
Go to Quoizel.com to find an authorized dealer near you for your last minute holiday shopping! Splashes of color, creative textures and beautiful designs… there is something for everyone!
Quoizel would like to share this two-minute video on lighting trends.
This video produced by the ALA BiNational Advertising and PR Program and Better Homes and Gardens Special Interest Publications, will be shown to First Class and Business travelers on American Airlines. Moderator, Samantha Hart, explains how “Light Defines Life”. “Lighting can make an impact on your life. It defines space and sets a tone”.
Filmed at this year’s June Dallas Market, it features products from various reputable and respected manufacturers. Definitely worth a few minutes of your time.
A classic designer, Chantal, originally from the Boston area credits her mom, a realtor, for sparking her interest in the home industry. As a young girl, she recalls changing and moving her bedroom furniture to alter the look of her room on a regular basis…foreseeing a budding career ahead.
After moving to Minneapolis, Chantal embarked on her design career in 1999. Eventually starting her own business in 2003, she recalls her very first project was a neighbor’s log cabin. Talk about diving in head first! Although arduous, she found it extremely rewarding. “I work really hard to get to know my clients on a personal level, and I strive to make each design unique and specific to my client and their home—and the way they live in it.”