Just One Of These Items Will Make You Feel Like You’re Living Like A Princess!

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Hey DivaGals! It’s officially spring and all we can think about this #MainEventMonday is cleaning and redecorating. So when we attended The Architectural Digest Design Show<, which is “the essential showcase for luxury design,” we took good notes and lots of pictures between sips of the champagne that was generously flowing! There were over 400 brands displaying their latest designs and pieces. The standouts for us were the SMEG cold press juicer which slowly, quietly and efficiently presses fruits and veggies into juice without heating up and destroying precious nutrients. We also loved Blue Star‘s latest refrigerator which holds caterer sized trays and allows you to seamlessly take trays of your creations straight from the fridge to the stove. We sampled the offerings of the celebrity Chef and can attest to Blue Star’s winning ways. Nourison has these amazing pony suede rugs by Calvin Klein that are strips of hide beautifully sewn together. Nourison’s artistry could also be seen in the installation designed by Tyler Wisler for DIFFA DINING BY DESIGN. We discovered the artist Erin Lynn Welsh. Her work reminds us of the great master Monet. If you want to spruce up your bathroom, Ronbow‘s The Signature Series is your go to. Their sink units have spacious drawers that will help you eliminate bathroom clutter while providing generous sink space. For small updates to your home decor you must visit Baldwin Hardware for their collection of gorgeous door handles in brass and crystal. Emilio Robba of Paris has these gorgeous extremely life-like floral presentations that will trick your senses into believing they are the real thing. Bosch and Gaggneau have new steam ovens that self clean, quiet dishwashers, and a fully automatic coffeemaker with a built in coffee bean grinder, and it can be installed flush against the wall. They also revealed a highend five burner stove designed for city dwellers with limited space.  For more photos visit us on our Facebook page. photo credit: Amanne Media

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Maureen Martin