With the popularity of Tiny Homes on the rise, the buzz in architectural circles is “small is beautiful.” Quality does not mean bigger is better. Smart design choices for small spaces reflect ingenuity and provide comfort. They are energy-efficient, eco-friendly, and economical. Limited square footage is taking interior design to new heights.
The latest rage in patio decorating this year is what interior designers call “outdoor homing.” In interior designer-speak, outdoor homing is all about creating a patio area that’s an extension of the interior of your home.
The National Sleep Foundation is celebrating its annual Sleep Awareness Week March 10 -16th, and Walker Furniture’s team of Certified Sleep Experts is awake and ready to help you choose the mattress and bedding that gives you the sleep you’ve always dreamed about!
Mention that you are moving to Las Vegas and the first thing most people think of is the legendary Las Vegas Strip. With it’s luxury hotels, fine dining establishments, sweeping convention facilities, and posh casinos, Vegas is a world-class destination. Where else can you see the Eiffel Tower, the Sphinx, and an endlessly erupting volcano all in one evening! Not to mention Wayne Newton, Celine Dion, and Penn and Teller!
Choosing furniture for you home—whether you’re starting from scratch with your first home, adding pieces to what you already have, remodeling a room, or down-sizing—is an adventurous proposition. A quest.
So, here’s one sure-fire tip that’s guaranteed to set you on the right track to creating the comfort and look that makes you feel “at home” when you walk through your front door: Build your room, each room in your home, around pieces you genuinely love.
Our buyers, Cathy and London, have stormed the North Carolina Furniture Market to, once again, bring you exceptional new pieces for your home that will, well, knock your socks off!
It’s been forty-five years since Oscar and Deanne Alterwitz piled their three kids into the family station wagon, and drove from Gary, Indiana to Las Vegas. Their dream was The American Dream, Alterwitz style: To take the expertise they learned in the furniture and mattress business started by Oscar’s father and be of service to the Las Vegas community.