We all remember our grandmother's house. It was either warm and welcoming or smelly and austere. His couch was either the kind in which one sinks and never wants to leave, the kind that when one sits on it, it bounces, as if the inanimate piece of furniture was trying to catapult you through the room .
Furniture can be beautiful but not pleasant, which is why everyone ends up in your kitchen when you're having a party. This sofa that you thought was so good in the room did such a good job that you feel guilty of breaking the monotony when you enter the room. Without your home is a wing in the Louvre, your furniture should not be museum pieces – or you are destined to be the type of grandparents with the house "smelly" and "stark". And nobody wants that. So put away the Scottish Guard and the protective covers. New furniture is in order.
The good news is that you do not have to choose the form on the function. Barbara Barry, whose line of classic but modern, highly functional furniture is now fired at Robb & Stucky Interiors, who boast the largest staff of licensed interior designers in Florida and Arizona and recently earned a place in House Beautiful & # 39; Top Five Furniture Stores "in addition to their five-year stay as a recipient of the ARTS Award.
A special partnership, given that Barry's accomplishments include the name given to the Interior Design Hall of Fame by Interior Design magazine. , and the "AD100" of Architectural Digest for three consecutive years. "Design Award" for the achievement of life, won the "Designer of the Year" of Traditional Home Magazine and the "best in residential design" magazine of the interiors. Despite all these awards, Barry's furniture creates warmth and continuity with a distinct shape that is pleasing to the eye and inviting the body. The houses equipped with its furniture are as comfortable as they are beautiful, simply laid out, but refined. Thus, you will never have to choose the form in relation to the function (or vice versa).