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November 2019

Found 12 blog entries for November 2019.

Source: canyons.ocbsa.org

Old Towne Orange sits on about one square mile of land around the Orange, California, plaza. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the neighborhood boasts many antique and collectible shops, specialty boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants, but what truly sets it apart is its high concentration (about 1,300) of vintage buildings. 

Old Town Orange Vintage Buildings
Source: cityoforange.org

Most of Old Towne’s buildings were constructed between 1874-1940 after attorneys Alfred Chapman and Andrew Glassell acquired the 1,385 acres of land as legal fees in 1869. The two attorneys attempted to model the land’s layout after Philadelphia, designed by William Penn. Featuring two cross streets that divide the area into quadrants, the middle point

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All images sourced from highpointmarket.org

High Point Market had its fall trade show on October 19-23, and it gave a lot of insight into the interior trends you can expect to see a lot of during the winter months. If you’re not familiar with it, High Point Market is the largest furnishings trade show in the world, drawing 75,000 retail home buyers, interior designers, architects, and other industry professionals to High Point, North Carolina, for the show that takes place every six months. 

The market features over 12 million(!) square feet of show space and more than 2,000 exhibitors representing 100+ countries around the world. Part of the reason that the show’s so popular, other than the boundless new products it showcases, is that it’s a great

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