Maybe it's the change of seasons but we've had new combinations on our minds lately. Cool mornings and hot afternoons, rustic wood and high polish lacquer, deep black granite and subtle grey marble. (You know, things stone people think about.)
When Chef Arnaud Marchand set out to build a home kitchen for his young family, I knew he had a clear vision for his design. His kitchen - from the ceiling beams to the floor tiles – needed to be warm, functional, dynamic and beautiful – and resonate with the scenic environment – and be great
They’ve been with us through thick and thin. Soft, smooth and forgiving, our favorite jeans are never the dry clean only variety, and in fact they get better with every wash.
If only our interiors behaved so well. (Upholstery that never fades. Rugs that never fray.)
There is one material though
I spoke to a designer the other day who specializes in eclectic modern kitchens in high-end residential homes. Besides her talent for design she's also knowledgeable about the products she specs. She doesn’t spec a material unless she knows it’s origin, it’s impact on the environment or how it
Navy is nice and white is classic. But there is staying power in black. Always chic. Forever sophisticated. (Enjoy your 15 minutes grey, but there will never be a new black.)
What we love about black, however, does change. For years we loved the high shine of a powdered coated finish. We lusted
If you love leather you know it isn’t just about the look.
Yes it can be edgy, classic, sophisticated. But it’s the feel that keeps us coming back to leather for our wardrobes, upholstery and home decor. And now it’s inspiring our stone surfaces.
Called by other names – antiqued, brushed –
Baby it’s, well, not that cold outside.
But just because the snow isn’t falling doesn’t mean we don’t have the urge to curl up by a hot fire and sip on a cocktail. Here at Polycor, the cool weather has us feeling nostalgic for the rolling hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western Virginia
Because we're feeling holidayish here at Polycor, all month long we're featuring classic cocktail recipes from southern distilleries that complement our chilling stones made from Alberene soapstone quarried from the hills of Virginia. With four in a set for $16, they make a rock solid gift for