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Month: November 2010

Jenga Master

http://www.youtube.com/v/JmZE9tpsSfM?version=3 Down the street from High Fashion Home at Barcadia, Alex showcases his mastery with the oversized Jenga tower! Warning: This video is not for the faint of heart. HighFashionHome.com – Unique Furniture and Accessories for the Eclectic, Modern Lifestyle.

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What’s New at High Fashion Home?

Our High Fashion Home team finally finished the latest upload of over 250 new furniture products.  The process is a very intense and laborious one.  But the hard work has paid off with some eclectic new pieces that offers a little something for everyone’s interior design aesthetic: Contemporary, Modern, Traditional, and Vintage European.  Check out the What’s New section and let us know your favorite new pieces.  Below are the…

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Inviting Dining Rooms

Since Thanksgiving is tomorrow, it’s all about gathering friends and family around the dinner table.  From the good people at Apartment Therapy, here are some of their suggestions for creating an inviting dining room.  Seating options.  Have a variety of chairs and benches so that your guests can pick their preferred seating option.  Table Clothes.  It helps create an inviting atmosphere for entertaining guests.  Here are the S Chairs at…

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Decorating the Thanksgiving Table!

Thanksgiving is in a few days and I’m sure you’re all getting ready for it. I am helping my grandmother plan and decorate for our family festivities this year and for the past week we have been talking about the table (or tables, since there will be close to 30 of us getting together this year!) So, I’ve been looking for some inspiration and found some pictures I thought were…

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High Fashion Home Celebrates 5 Years!

High Fashion Home opened 5 years ago on November 19, 2005.  It’s been an unbelievably fast, half decade. Thanks to our customers, vendors,and associates for making it a memorable journey.In commemoration of our 5 year anniversary, we have just launched a brand new redesign of highfashionhome.com.  Check it out and let us know what you think. You will notice right away that the width of the webpages is 25% larger. …

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Baumraum Treehouses!

I don’t remember how I came across Baumraum… probably during one of my extreme googling/browsing sessions. 🙂 I LOVE the idea of a treehouse for us big people! When I was a kid I always wanted a treehouse or playhouse for that matter; who didn’t? These things are fantastic! Some of their designs actually have trees running through them and then some other ones are built on stilts and live…

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Elle Decor visits Houston!!

Tonight I checked out Elle Decor and came across an article, by Rob Brinkley, about his trip to Houston. Of course, nothing but wonderful things are said about this fabulous city we live in! Check out the article here. I’ve also chosen some pictures that were attached to the article. Maybe some places you’ve been to and maybe some places you will now visit. Enjoy!!  The Gardens of Bayou Bend.…

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Pekapeka Beach House

I saw the Pekapeka Beach House today via Contemporist. I really like the simple design (by Parsonson Architects) of the house. Even the inside is pretty low maintenance but stylish and comfortable looking. There are bedrooms on each end of the house and then the kitchen, dining and den area are smack in the middle with windows on each side that allow for fantastic views. Love. : ) A view…

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Pekapeka Beach House

I saw the Pekapeka Beach House today via Contemporist. I really like the simple design (by Parsonson Architects) of the house. Even the inside is pretty low maintenance but stylish and comfortable looking. There are bedrooms on each end of the house and then the kitchen, dining and den area are smack in the middle with windows on each side that allow for fantastic views. Love. : ) A view…

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Carolina Fontoura Alzaga!!

I saw Carolina Fontoura Alzaga’s work while checking out CasaSugar. Carolina is currently creating these amazing chandeliers made from discarded bike parts. When I first saw the picture I couldn’t tell what they were made of; I just thought they were beautiful chandeliers. When I read on and found out they are made mostly of bike chains, I was in awe! You can check out the CasaSugar interview with Carolina…

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