Lighting: The Final Touch by Sharon Anderson
I have spent numerous hours designing a wonderful large room for a client. The lighting in the room is awful, and without a source of natural light, the room appears dark and dismal.
Office Design by Karla J. Nielson
Commercial or non-residential office furnishings is an area that window treatment professionals can find enjoyable and profitable. Unlike home office design, which was covered last month, commercial
The Seven Keys to Successful Decorating by Susan Dudics-Dean
KEY THREE: Furniture and Furniture Arrangement
Like most people, your clients probably have been collecting furniture for most of their adult lives. It seems so easy to add a piece of furniture b
Back to Basics by Howard Shingle How do you triple business in one year, then for an encore double it again the following year?
Through hard work. That's how it happened for Tom and Jennifer Hudson, owners of Quality Blinds
The Future of Retailing - Don't Be Myth-led by Richard F. Outcalt In the world of retailing, we are confronted constantly with forecasts and trends about the future - who will survive, who won't, what does the shopper really want, what will suppliers do and so fort
Tools of the Trade by Cheryl Strickland
Have you ever tried hanging and finishing sheet rock? It's incredibly time consuming and very difficult to form into a completely smooth surface. But have you ever watched a professional hang it