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I just set up the NextStage Loveseat, and I'm thrilled with how great it looks. It was easy to assemble, and the slipcover is a higher quality than I've been able to purchase anywhere else -- I'll be ordering again soon..." more

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What’s the difference between plaid and tartan?

Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

Plaid or tartan?  This conundrum has plagued designers for ages.  At last, here’s the simple secret that will unlock the decorating door and dispel any confusion.

They’re both the same thing!

And they’re everywhere: Christmas balls, wallpaper, perfume bottles, scarves, cushions, foot stools, jackets, and now on chairs in a nice base of caramel… mmmmmmmm ;-)

Car Decor

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

I decided to trade in my Wrangler Jeep much to the disgust of my pre-teen twin boys – sorry lads for a Stow ‘n’ Go Caravan.  My rational was to have a rolling billboard so I could tell everyone about my home staging business.

With various concepts in my head and a strict budget I went to a local sign writing Company and realised very soon that my Caravan was going to be the talk of the neighbourhood! The owner gave me all the statistics, fully briefed me on vehicle wrapping and sign writing and most importantly that the vinyl materials are weather resistant to UV, cold and heat.

I was  totally sold on this concept so I am proud to announce that my van has also received some Homestaginghints – is now decluttered, clean, and has digitally printed logos and images.

Can I now have a sneaky 6 pack of nuggets with dipping sauce without anyone knowing where I am !!  Mmmmm do Caravans have different exterior slipcovers!?