Luxury lighting, furniture and decor
Decor Interiors is a modern online boutique catering to interior designers, decorators and home owners. We provide high quality furnishings and personal attention to upscale residential and commercial decorating projects. Whether you're looking for luxury outdoor furniture, contemporary ventless fireplaces or industrial style tables and chairs, we can work with you to create your vision and stay within your budget. Our brands are recognized for their high quality and unique styles and include: Aidan Gray, Arteriors, Barbara Cosgrove, Mamagreen, Skargaarden and Skagerak.
Summer is the most energetic time of year, when everyone seeks to enjoy the warm weather in some form or another. At home, summer is the perfect season for entertaining in style.
Set up your backyard for outdoor soirees by dressing it with dapper outdoor furniture. An outdoor dining table is the perfect complement to your summer dinner parties, while outdoor sofas and lounge chairs will help you create a space that’s at once chic and relaxing.
Furniture isn't all you need, though. An indoor-outdoor fireplace is ideal for evenings in the late summer, gathering around the warmth with close friends, and family members and making memories. And don't forget about the accents: Natural fiber rugs are a practical and stylish addition to your space, accenting the rest of your decor while making your space seem that much more intimate.
Interior designers, decorators, home stagers, architects, builders and corporate buyers can register for a trade account to receive privileged pricing, discounts, notifications and personal responsive customer service. We will work with you to source high quality items in a variety of styles for your design projects at a price level that meets your budget requirements. We understand that you are often under time pressures, so we make a concerted effort to reply to your inquiries with complete answers in a timely fashion by phone or email.
Interior Designer Collaboration
We're always on the lookout for ways to share the expertise of interiors designers across the country, while helping to promote their business by increasing their brand awareness and engagement with potential clients. We conduct brief, but topical, interviews with interior design experts to discover their thoughts on the industry, design trends and the things they're passionate about. Periodically, we take a closer look at some of the projects that have challenged their creativity and reinforced their love for interior design.
Recently Featured Interior Designer - KARI WHITMAN
Kari Whitman, celebrity interior designer and television personality, is one of Hollywood’s most sought-after talents. Clients including Jessica Alba, Kristen Bell, Virginia Madsen, Emilio Estevez, Don Henley, Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas have flocked to her firm Kari Whitman Interiors for her trademark eclectic style, and knowledge of eco- and pet-friendly design. The elegant and inviting spaces she’s created have been featured in In Style, Home and Décor, GENLUX and US Weekly, among others. Her most recent design for royalty will be featured on the cover of the Spring 2012 issue of Luxury Home Quarterly.
Decor Interiors is not just where you can find the latest shabby chic console table or vintage industrial styled table lamp. We're building an archive of informational resources that we hope you find insightful and relevant as you plan your redecorating or start to think about how to furnish a new home for you or a client. Check out our style glossary to get a clearer idea of what design styles are out there, what they actually look like and maybe even discover which ones "speak" to you. Additionally, as a responsible corporate citizen, we're making a conscious effort to increase the number of brands and products that are environmentally friendly. In concert with this focus, we're developing information resources that will help you identify what is eco-friendly and what to look out for. This will be an ongoing work-in-progress and we welcome suggestions on how to make this resource even more valuable to you.
Style Definition Example - ART DECO
Inspired by French art and design from the 1920s, art deco is characterized by sleek, metallic finishes like stainless steel, glass and chrome. Unlike vintage style, which highlights floral patterns, homeowners opt for rugs and linens featuring graphic prints such as zig zags, sunbursts, animal prints and geometric shapes. Furniture and wall art throughout an art deco-inspired home is defined by jagged, pointed edges. The pieces are also larger in scale - generously sized chairs, armoires, dressers and couches are all typical of the 1920s. Light fixtures are just as structured as the decor and furniture. They're typically made of sleek, shiny materials like polished bronze, chrome or steel. Geometric patterns are frequently printed on wall sconces, ceiling mounts and lamps. Other angular designs like chevron and zig zags adorn light fixtures.
In-Depth Interior Design Articles
Periodically, we do in-depth research into topics relevant to the commercial and residential interior design industry. These thorough articles often investigate the origins and evolution of various design styles, while others delve into more timely topics that help keep you up to date on the latest trends and alert you of new ideas to consider.
In-Depth Excerpt - ECO-FRIENDLY
By paying careful attention to the materials, finishes, production processes and certification of items in your home, you'll be able to furnish your living space with eco-friendly options. Remember, you can maintain a sustainable home while still utilizing the principles of design.
You can easily incorporate eco-friendly strategies into rustic homes, including those that carry subcategories of this umbrella design, like shabby chic or cottage. Take reclaimed wood, for example. A beautiful flooring option that coincides with these themes, reclaimed wood recycles a non-renewable resources: trees. Instead of contributing to the depleting forests, you'll use the fruits they've already yielded.
Spaces characteristic of rustic elements are also typically furnished with items that hold a rich history, namely pieces from flea markets. By introducing a coffee table into your home that once served as the centerpiece in someone else's living room, you'll sidestep a potentially harmful manufacturing process necessary for new products. Plus, your room will be equipped with a one-of-a-kind item that adds to the eclectic air of your rustic home.