EuroStyleLighting.com Launches Euro Edge, a Lighting and Home Decor Resource Featuring Style Picks from Today’s Top Design Influencers

California-based modern lighting and decor shopping site EuroStyleLighting.com announces Euro Edge, a new online resource designed to help consumers find modern style inspiration with the aid of style picks from seven of the nation’s leading modern design influencers: Kelly Beall, Justina Blakeney, Caitlin Flemming, Kirsten Grove, Victoria McGinley, Trina McNeilly, and Liz Stanley.

For this project, each influencer was invited to specify ten must-have products available on EuroStyleLighting.com. Appended with quotes about their choices, these carefully curated selections afford readers an intimate view into each influencer’s taste, personality and approach to design. Consumers can freely treat these top-ten lists as cohesive style guides, or cherry-pick items as inspiration for their own home design projects. The landing page for Euro Edge can be found at EuroStyleLighting.com/EuroEdge/.

Written By PRWEB

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Decoration Day: Interior Design for Aging in Place (Part 2)

In the first of two posts, Toronto-based home re-designer Beth Hirshfeld of Thrive By Design delved into the ways good design can support safe, independent Aging in Place. In this post, the Certified Aging in Place Specialist gets into more practical detail — the when, what and how.

Why use interior design rather than simply hire a handyman to install a grab bar, widen a door, and take on other projects as needed?

An effective design requires a comprehensive and strategic approach rather than just sporadic updates.

Written By Rachel Adelson

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5 Career Paths In Interior Design

“There are many career paths in interior design that you can venture into. As long as you are happy and accomplished, it does not matter what type of designer you are.

5 Career Paths In Interior Design

Two things can provide a massive jump start to your interior design career. You will be expected to have obtained an interior design bachelors degree and be accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) or the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ). After that, the world is yours. Here are five interior design career choices to consider:”

Written by Devney Walsh

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