Today dear readers, I have a very special treat for you. My friend Nkem, Owner of JNO Designs, will be sharing a little of the behind the scenes of an interior designer.
When Nkem first sent me the post, I scratched my head a bit in one of those hummm…. moments. What’s so special about a furniture store? And then I went online and realized the magnitude of this place. Read through Nkem’s experience, and then I’ll take you on a little virtual tour. I’ll turn it over to Nkem…
In awareness of spring, the rebirth of self expression – Furnitureland South located in HighPoint, NC embodies the full scale of what gluttony of beautiful furniture pieces, rugs and décor accessories will be in interior design haven.
At first glance upon arrival into the furniture showroom, an enormous cherry wood imitation dresser chest sculpture built by concrete welcomes you. The sculpture has such a grand imposition that the mere presence of this solid concrete is pure amazement in sight. The rather solution for any sane person is to capture a photo of the sculpture in its beaming glory.
The furniture showroom holds over a million square footage of concrete jungle, filled with beautiful furniture pieces and accessories that is sure to meet anybody’s design taste. The showroom carries varied assortments of design ideas and concepts whether you interests lies in traditional, contemporary, transitional, modern or even luxury design concepts.
Furnitureland South showroom carries the best of the best from both domestic and international name brands – You can find renowned brands like Natuzzi, Kravet , Lane, Kincaid and so forth. So if time permits you, take a moment to visit Furnitureland South for design inspirations or use the time to reflect on what the possibilities are in revamping your personal space.
Here is a sample of the online tour for those of us who can’t make it in person:
Design by room and style – pick your room and your style, and this virtual tour will show you many wonderful different ideas.
Nkem, thank you so much for educating my dear readers on the behind the scenes of an interior designer. I love looking through the online design and would love to visit in person some day.
Love, hugs, and wondering how many jeans would fit in that 85-foot tall highboy!