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Providing people information about furnishings to beautify and personalize their environment while increasing quality of life through great design and innovation.
Furniture Fashion provides ideas, pictures, and articles on interior design, home decor, furniture, appliances, accessories, and decorating. Whether your interest is the bathroom, kitchen, living room, bedroom, office, or patio, it is our hope that we can give readers inspiration to make their homes more beautiful and enjoyable.
Will Maack – Owner and co-founder
As a veteran of more than 20 years in a constantly challenging furniture market, Will Maack has seen all sides of the business from sales management to buying, merchandising, and marketing. With more quality changes taking place in the past few years than the entire previous generation, Will felt the need to bring “real” quality oriented products to the fore front in the most accessible medium today. Recognizing the power of the blogosphere, Furniture Fashion was born to be a simple and attainable compilation of his favorite products based on a first hand knowledge. Today he can be found meeting with notable manufacturers, shopping furniture and accessory markets, as well as writing and researching for Furniture Fashion.
contact – info (at) furniturefashion (dot) com
John Cavers – Owner and co-founder
After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin, John Cavers quickly climbed the corporate ladder, and today enjoys employment at a fortune 100 company. In addition to sitting on the board of several charities and planning committees, John has a strong passion for web based strategies and welcomes the challenges the constantly changing internet offers. With a firm understanding of what it takes to rise in the ranks of today’s competitive internet medium, John has spearheaded several successful web based projects with more on the horizon. John remains a student of the blogosphere currently promoting his latest venture Furniture Fashion which is the first of two fashion oriented ventures. Additionally, John has owned a furniture business in the past and is an avid follower of anything related to design.
contact – info (at) furniturefashion (dot) com
Michael Bogdan – Owner and Founder of Small Space Living
Michael grew up in a house where the furniture changed more frequently than the grass required cutting. His mother, a long time antique buyer, bought and sold furniture of every variety on a daily basis. Having been in sales of one form or another for most of his adult life, he worked for a time in architectural sales where his love of design and eye for quality grew. In 2002, Michael decided to peruse a different career path. While attending college, his love of literature and writing was renewed. Michael has always read and collected architectural books and magazines, particularly pertaining to smaller homes. In 2007, Michael recognized a common thread in many of the books, magazines, blogs and other web sites he read — living in smaller spaces was catching on in a big way. In an effort to amalgamate information related to smaller living, he launched smallspaceliving.net. Michael and his wife have lived comfortably in their small 1860′s Italianate row house since 1997.
contact – smallspaceliving (at) gmail (dot) com
J.Chandelle, Allied ASID
A native Houstonian, J.Chandelle lives and works in Houston, TX and the surrounding area. Her background includes almost every facet of the design industry from high end showroom manager/designer, sales and marketing, and kitchen and bath designer. She holds two degrees in interior design, and continues to further expand her knowledge of the art of interior design through her memberships in the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA).
“One of my largest goals as a professional designer is to educate those I work with about the Interior Design profession, and dispel the myth that we are pillow fluffers. Most designers have had years of training and degrees. We are charged with not only creating an attractive space, but also making the space safe, functional, and accessible. I hope through my writings I can make my readers more informed and confident consumers.”