Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Architectural Digest Home Design Show 2015

We are still trying to catch up and decompress from all the excitement at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show last week! It is so wonderful and inspiring to see all the unique designs, colors and textures that are now trending in the Interior Design world. We are still in awe and gawking over our beautiful award from ASID for Best In Show in the flooring division. 



The DIFFA Event took place next door at Pier 92. We were proud to work with Antonino Buzzetta in designing a floor for the magnificent space he designed. DIFFA Dining by Design Event.  It might be our favorite floor yet and we were so happy to donate to such a great cause!





With all this excitement in mind, we knew this would be the perfect time to announce and share our new line of Wallpaper in partnership with Detroit Wallpaper .

Mirth Studio Wallpaper is available in 24''x120'' and is currently priced at $150 per roll and is a remarkably easy way to spice up any space. It is installed in the traditional paste application.
Please check out our website for more designs!



At the Architectural Digest Home Show we also had the opportunity to launch our Stair Riser Decals.

You might be wondering.. what exactly is a Riser Decal..? 
Mirth Studio Riser Decals are a inexpensive and swift way to update your already existing risers. They stick on and when heated will remain permanent. They are printed on a very durable laminated vinyl substrate that is meant to take years of abuse.
Please see our full collection on our website!







To top it all off, we were recently feature in Architectural Digest Magazine April 2015 Issue. Don't forget to grab your copy to get filled in on all the new decorating secrets from the top designers themselves!


Keeping checking back for Mirth Studio updates and head over to our site to check out fun ways to update your pad and fill your life with color and mirth!


2 comments:

  1. Hi. Will you be at High point this spring? If so, where? Thanks!

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  2. This is great for any kind of house designs. Glad I found this.

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