Our grandmother’s house must be in a good memory of ours. It was either smelly and stark or warm and welcoming. Her couch could be either the kind that when you sit on it, your behind actually bounces off, as if the some part of furniture was trying to throw you across the room; or the kind you sink into and never want to leave.
When you have parties, everyone ends up gathered in your kitchen despite there is a piece of furniture that look nice. It is because the furniture can look nice but not necessarily feel nice. you thought that couch would bring the room together so nicely and did such a good job, but by entering the room you feel guilty breaking the monotony. Your furniture shouldn’t be museum pieces unless your house is a wing in the Louvre, or else you’re destined to be the type of grandparent with the “smelly” and “stark” house. Nobody wants that. You should take off those Scotch guard and protective covers because new future is in order.
Don’t worry because there is good news for you that you don’t have to choose form but losing function. Barbara Barry has line of classic, yet modern, highly functional furniture. Her masterpieces are now being carried at Rob & Stucky Interiors. Robert & Stucky Interiors recently earned a spot in House Beautiful’s “Top Five Furniture Stores” in addition to their five-year stint as recipients of the ARTS Award and claim that they are the largest staff of licensed interior designers in Florida and Arizona.
This mutual partnership gives Barry chances to win achievements. These include received the “Star of Design” award for lifetime achievement, being named to the Interior Design Hall of Fame by Interior Design magazine, and Architectural Digest’s “AD100” for three consecutive years, and won “Designer of the Year” from Traditional Home magazine and “Best in Residential Design” from Interiors magazine. Barry’s furnishings create warmth and continuity with a distinct form that is pleasing to the eye and inviting to the body, regardless of all those fancy awards. As they are beautiful, as comfortable, simply stated, yet refined, homes outfitted with her furniture. Now, you will never have to choose form but lose function, or the other way around, eve again.
My name is Antonina, but you can call me Nina, and I’m basically an economist with a focus on marketing, organization, and leadership. As a marketing manager for a number of years in the food industry, my creative fury took over and I decided to realize a dream of opening up a company like Feng Shui consultant and interior designer. Color and shape have always been interested in me and in recent years also the teachings of how we can influence our well-being by furnishing properly and adapting our color scheme.