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Which would you choose and Decor Market rug giveaway!

Hi and Happy St. Patricks day friends, hope everyone is doing well. So happy it’s the weekend, it’s been a long extremely busy week and I am looking forward to a some free time and  to just chill! Have a few fun exciting design projects i am working on and really really enjoying working on these.

One of them is for a young newly married couple who are designing on a budget. I actually am really enjoying this project, its a fun kind of challenge. They had four rooms with wood floors that all need rugs. The total budget is $1500 for the four rooms. Never has it been easier to accomplish this, whereas 6 years ago this would have been nearly impossible. With today’s choices, being so vast at every price level, it is finally dare I say easy to decorate on a budget!

Another project is doing a small rooftop patio area, the floor is old cracked concrete so they need a rug that will cover the entire area so we found a few outdoor rugs that are so good looking and so unbelievably affordable. Decor Market to the rescue, I have found such amazing deals, that combined with free shipping and their awesome customer service makes them a win/win.

So I thought I would share some of what we found along with a few others that are just darn good deals. Plus Decor Market in celebration of St. Patties Day is offering 20% site wide and a giveaway! Details are on the bottom but first let’s look at the steals on rugs-


CHOICE 1 Got this beauty in an 8 x 10 for a dining room. Would you believe it if i told you for around $250!! Click here

CHOICE 2 Working on an edesign project that involves a small office, so we have selected this pretty rug and what a deal! Click here

CHOICE 3.  Found this gorgeous rug and thought it would be pretty as an entry rug, and at $50 I don’t think you need to think twice! Click here

CHOICE 4 I am considering trying this rug for the outdoor patio, beautiful and so priced right! Click here

CHOICE 5 How pretty are these colors? We did  this for a dining room, Imagine the 8 x10 came out to around $640! It looks like a fine old Persian with the muted washed colors and I adore this pattern.Click here

CHOICE 6 This would be so pretty in a bedroom or even a ladies office, isn’t it so fresh and pretty! Was only about $350, hard to believe. Click here

CHOICE 7 For someone who likes a more traditional rug think this is a stunning rug in navy, once again they have perfected the technique to make it look so antique. Amazing! Comes up to a 9 x 12 and it’s under $1000 which is astounding to me. Click here

CHOICE 8 How sweet is this rug? One of my customers actually sent this as a baby git, I love that idea and will need to copy for sure. It is so pretty an so incredibly reasonable. Also available in two other colorways (one for girls and one neutral) Darling! Click here

CHOICE 9 Imagine a 9 x 12 sisal for under $300!! I also love the herringbone design, click here

CHOICE 10  This classic trellis rug is so very pretty, have seen it in person and honestly a total bargain. An 8 x 10 is under $300. I just recommenced this to someone for a small office. Click here

CHOICE 11  ITEM 2 This beautiful outdoor rug in a 6 x 9 was $150!! Crazy price. Click here

CHOICE 12 I had to include this rug, we used this for my clients daughters room and in person this rug looks like a million dollars. We scored the 8 x 10 for about $300. She couldn’t get over the deal, this is a really good looking rug offered in several colors, click here

Your turn to choose your two faves-

All I can say is if you are in the market for a rug or to do a little sprucing. up, Decor Market is your answer. Especially with an extra 20% and free delivery, you would be hard pressed to find a better deal.  I have found many wonderful items both for myself and especially me clients over time from em. Don’t forget to use the code, “LUCKY20” to the extra savings.


The goodness doesn’t stop there, Decor Market has generously donated a rug for a giveaway.

One lucky winner will be selected March 20th to win one of Decor Market’s stunning rugs! ⠀

TO ENTER- you can have up to 4 chances to increase your chance to win!

1. LEAVE  a comment on this post telling us your favorite rug
2 FOLLOW on instagram
3. LIKE the giveaway post on their instagram
4. TAG 3 friends in the comments of the instagram giveaway post. ⠀

Only eligible for US entries

Wow, that’s a nice way to start a Saturday morning! Be sure to leave a comment to be eligible and don’t forget to enter the other ways on Instagram to increase your chances. Who. knows, you may just send up being a rug winner March 20th! Thanks for stopping in and wishing everyone a fabulous Saturday. Until next time……

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Wayfair, the internet’s massive online furniture store, explained

Wayfair and its colorful pinwheel logo are seemingly everywhere these days: on boxes being opened by Bobby Berk in the most recent season of Queer Eye, hovering next to photos of your middle school friends’ kids in Facebook sidebar ads. Its ubiquitous jingle — “Wayfair, you’ve got just what I need!” — is likely embedded in your subconscious.

It’s also been in the news. In June, Wayfair was the subject of protests from its employees, who walked out of the company’s Boston office to protest their employer selling children’s beds to a government contractor furnishing US border detention facilities. The breadth of coverage and attention on the issue shined a light on just how big the company is. Everyone knows what Wayfair is.

Or do they? Even if you’ve ordered furniture from the website, you may find yourself not entirely able to say what it ... is. A brand? A marketplace? Something else entirely?

Wayfair sells more than 14 million products across five websites. It also has 80 “house brands,” which are not actually brands at all but act as a way to categorize and merchandise products into certain decorating aesthetics. It does not manufacture any of the products it sells, instead using a drop ship model. When customers place an order, Wayfair purchases the item from one of its 11,000 suppliers, which then ships to the customer, though this happens in different ways.

In 2018, it sold almost $7 billion worth of products, making about $1.5 billion in gross profit. But the company isn’t profitable, as it spent $2 billion on operating costs (more than a third of that on marketing) in the service of acquiring new customers and retaining existing ones. Still, its sales are growing every year, and it is winning over repeat customers.

The market for affordable furniture and decor is limited to a few entities and, in the Instagram era, decorating trends change faster than you can say “shiplap.” Shoppers have come to rely on retailers with huge selections like Amazon, Overstock, Houzz, and Wayfair for home decor and, increasingly, large furniture, as expectations for fast delivery become the norm. Wayfair became the behemoth it is now due to the dot-com bust of the early 2000s, the changing nature of internet shopping, and an increasingly global supply chain. It’s emerged as a leader among its peers. But for customers, it can get pretty confusing.

Wayfair’s brand and its “brands”

Wayfair is not only It also owns Joss & Main, AllModern, Perigold, and Birch Lane. is the main catchall site, where you can find most of the company’s offerings, from furniture to appliances to that ridiculous one-person sauna that went viral. The other sites offer less merchandise, but they are loosely themed. AllModern is obviously modern, while Joss & Main and Birch Lane are fairly indistinguishable and lean traditional. The newest site, Perigold, is high-end, though it seems to be geared specifically toward someone who owns a castle and/or a villa. (This $27,000 twin marriage bed set — marked down from $32,000 — seems ready-made for The Crown.) The company calls these sites “lifestyle brands.”

Beyond the “lifestyle brands,” the products are further grouped into one of Wayfair’s 80 so-called house brands, which are only sold on “The point of our brands is to curate this massive selection and to create an environment where you’re able to understand what the style is. [It’s] to make the shopping experience easier,” says Jon Blotner, Wayfair’s head of private label, visual media, and new suppliers.

There is Loon Peak, Bungalow Rose, Laurel Foundry Modern Farmhouse, Winston Porter, Andover Mills, Brayden Studio, Breakwater Bay, Lark Manor, Millwood Pines, Gracie Oaks, and Beachcrest Home, all of which sound like they were created by a name generator. The latest, announced just days before the walkout, is called Hashtag Home. It’s colorful and, as the name suggests, social media-friendly.

According to a Wayfair earnings call in May, more than 70 percent of its sales come from its house brands. The remainder of sales are items that have not been folded into a house brand umbrella. For example, you can find Safavieh rugs there sold under the Safavieh name. To further confuse things, though, Safavieh also provides items to Wayfair that end up in a house brand category.

I bought two house-brand “Breakwater Bay Peralez” bedside tables and they arrived in Safavieh boxes. Nowhere on the listing does it say they’re manufactured by Safavieh. When you click on the Breakwater Bay “brand” page, it’s described like this: “Whether you’re stationed seaside or living inland, Breakwater Bay brings nautical style to any space.” This is all great for Safavieh, which can sell its products in a variety of settings, as Safavieh president Arash Yaraghi explained to me. The company has name recognition, so Safavieh can sell things to people looking for Safavieh as well as people looking for vaguely nautical bedside tables and don’t know or care who manufactured it.


With traditional retailers, house brands, also called private labels, are usually manufactured by an outside company and then packaged and merchandised to look like a real brand. The store gets higher profit margins and customers get cheaper prices than with outside name brands. When you order something from Threshold, a house brand at Target, it comes in a Threshold box with Threshold labeling and a specific look. It’s all consistent. “It’s important that packaging leads the customer journey,” says Anika Sharma, an adjunct assistant professor at NYU Stern and a marketing professional.

That’s not the case with Wayfair’s house brands. All these brands feature proprietary digital photo treatments to make them appealing and more easily shoppable, but once you order it from the pretty digital page it’s on, the branding stops. Wayfair doesn’t care if you remember something came from Breakwater Bay or Bungalow Rose. “We always want people to say [it came from] Wayfair,” says Blotner. “Do I think in the future people will say Bungalow Rose is a great brand? Maybe, but what I really want customers to say is, ‘Man, it is so much easier to shop at Wayfair.’”

One item, many names and prices

It would be tempting to compare these “lifestyle brands” and “house brands” to those of a company like Williams Sonoma Inc., which owns Williams Sonoma, Pottery Barn, and West Elm. But it’s not exactly analogous. William Sonoma, Inc.’s brands are all distinct stores with their own aesthetic and their own merchandise. While perhaps the same manufacturers might make furniture for both stores, you’re not going to find the exact same table at Pottery Barn and West Elm, or find those products at any other retailer. This is not true of Wayfair and its sites, which offer some of the same products. Those products can often be found on competitors’ sites as well, often at different prices.

“The vast majority of Wayfair’s products come directly from factory or importer warehouses. Wayfair buys it from an intermediary that got it [to the US], and then in many cases, that intermediary also ships directly to the consumer’s home,” says Jerry Epperson, a furniture industry analyst. (This is starting to change as Wayfair sets up its own warehousing system called CastleGate to help suppliers get things to customers quicker.) At its heart, Wayfair uses a classic drop ship model and holds no merchandise of its own.

Wayfair decides what merchandise to sell and sets the prices on everything, just like any traditional retailer does. The money you pay for, say, my “Breakwater Bay” tables goes directly to Wayfair. But then Wayfair buys the tables at a lower, previously agreed-upon price from the supplier — in this case, Safavieh.

Quartz first reported on the phenomenon of one item with many names and prices in 2017. Any retailer can buy from the same suppliers, since none of the designs are exclusive. And outside of a few brands like La-Z-Boy, consumers really don’t know furniture brands, according to Epperson. So sellers can brand them however they want. (Much like Zara and fashion, you can also find knockoffs. For example, this Pottery Barn leather table sells for $1,200; there is a similar one on Wayfair for $285.)

Here’s what this looks like: On, a rustic, wood-beaded light fixture is called the Bungalow Rose Bargas 6-Light Empire Chandelier and is depicted with multiple images in several settings, for $369.99. But it’s also available on, one of Wayfair’s lifestyle brand sites, as the Bargas 6-Light Empire Chandelier, with only one accompanying photo. As of this writing, it costs $359.99. At one point I saw them listed at slightly different prices, $359.99 and $362.77, respectively. I also did a Google image search and found the same chandelier at for $368 and at Target for $556, with different names.

Pricing on Wayfair’s sites change in real time, thanks to an automated algorithm. In a 2015 Harvard Business School case study, Wayfair’s vice president of pricing at the time told authors Thales Teixeira and Elizabeth Anne Watkins that prices are adjusted daily: “On any given day our model evaluates factors such as seasonal effects and competition, and adjusts prices automatically.” The algorithm also takes into consideration availability and shipping times. Wayfair’s Blotner said this is common across e-commerce platforms. “All e-commerce has dynamic pricing. It’s standard.”

How Wayfair grew out of the early-’00s dot-com bubble

In the late ’90s, as the internet became more and more accessible to the average consumer, e-commerce businesses were all the rage, garnering huge investments from venture capitalists. Remember At the apex of its popularity, its sock puppet commercial aired during the 2000 Super Bowl. But it never turned a profit, like many of its contemporaries, and it had to shutter. This was a familiar tale during the end of the dot-com boom, and by spring 2000, the bubble burst, crashing the Nasdaq and leaving many dead companies in its wake. It was in this hostile environment that Wayfair founders and former college friends Niraj Shah and Steve Conine decided it would be a good idea to launch an e-commerce business.

They came across a bunch of mom-and-pop, non-tech-savvy businesses selling things like birdhouses online. The owners made a decent living doing so, but Shah and Conine saw a bigger future for this sort of product specificity, according to a 2012 Inc. profile of the company. And they chose furniture and home furnishings because it was something not many retailers were doing online at the time.

One of their first sites was called, which sold, yes, racks and stands for TVs and stereos. They used a drop ship model even back then, selling thousands of products from multiple manufacturers. They used search engine optimization data and targeted keyword ads to eventually build more than 240 separate sites like, playing into the terms people were searching for the most. They called their company CSN Stores, avoiding clever digital-sounding names in order to not immediately scare away furniture suppliers they met who were nervous about online businesses.

Then in 2011, their sites started getting less traffic, due to changes in Google’s search algorithm, according to DigitalCommerce360. Customers also weren’t return purchasers on the sites since they were stumbling onto them via generic searches rather than out of any sense of brand or retailer loyalty. After all, how often do you need to buy a stereo stand? So the founders combined all its sites and rebranded as Wayfair. To publicize this, it sent its 700 employees out on a pub crawl in Boston, all wearing their new Wayfair T-shirts.

It took over a year for Google to start surfacing the company regularly in searches. In 2012, Wayfair paid for its first TV commercial, which was colorful and whimsical, and featured a narrator reading a poem about the large and small things you could buy there. The company hired a former Better Homes and Gardens editor for input on building a visually appealing site. The infamous jingle debuted in 2014, the same year the company went public. According to the Harvard case study, after the ads started airing, the company saw an uptick in Google searches for “Wayfair.”

The growth was further fueled by a savvy use of targeted marketing on Google, Facebook, Instagram, and via customer emails. To consistently show up at the top of Google when someone searches for something, the company (like all large e-commerce sites) likely bids on Google ad keywords, says Kirthi Kalyanam, the director of the Retail Management Institute at the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University and a former board member at Wayfair competitor Overstock. Generally, if two companies bid on the same keywords, like “velvet sofa,” Google will award the most prominent ad placement to the highest bidder. Google gets paid when someone clicks on the ad, though, so it also takes into account the likelihood that someone will click.

At this point, Wayfair may bid less on the phrase “rustic chandelier,” but more people recognize it than they do at this point and will be more likely to click. And it all builds from there. The more people who click on and purchase from Wayfair, the more frequently it will show up in organic, non-paid searches.

The future of Wayfair

Epperson, the furniture industry analyst, estimates that “fully assembled furniture” is likely less than a sixth of what Wayfair sells. It’s easier to ship smaller decor items or home improvement supplies. And Wayfair has said on earnings calls that its average customer purchase is about $250. But it’s definitely trying to grow its large furniture business, while also getting you to shop there for hooks and dish towels. “Wayfair has tried since the beginning to differentiate itself from Amazon by selling big furniture that Amazon has historically avoided,” says Teixeira, the professor of the Harvard case study and author of Unlocking the Customer Value Chain.

John Horner Photography

After doing a series of pop-ups through the years, Wayfair just opened its first permanent store in Natick, Massachusetts. It offers hundreds of smaller items that customers can take home with them, and also will allow customers to get an IRL taste of what its digital services are like. Customers can work with designers to plan out rooms and touch fabrics that it uses in a furniture customization program.

But the employee walkout still leaves lingering questions and shines a light on the furniture industry as a whole. Its biggest players, including Ikea and Amazon, are rife with questionable labor practices, fuzzy supply chains, and a negative environmental impact, as Kate Wagner recently wrote at Curbed. Consumers who want to shop ethically are faced with trying to untangle a byzantine selling structure.

Ross Steinman, a psychology professor at Widener University who studies brand transgressions, did not think the walkout would be good for Wayfair when I called him right after it happened in June. (A brand transgression is something like the BP oil spill or Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi ad.) But he acknowledged that, similar to Amazon, it’s a difficult company to boycott because of its sheer size, ubiquity, and customer loyalty. “What often happens with brand transgressions is, despite everyone’s claims, [customers] do come back,” he says. “From a marketing perspective, Wayfair’s brand mishap has mostly washed away due to a rapid media cycle that has moved on to the next big story.”

Whether Wayfair can disentangle itself successfully may ultimately depend on how it responds to its employees first and foremost. CEO Shah acknowledged to investors on the August 1 earnings call that leadership was still working with employees on the issue. “We have an ongoing dialogue with our employees and are proud to have a terrific team that is passionate and engaged, both at work and in their broader communities,” he said. “We’re committed to constructively working together with Wayfairians all over the world, to internally navigate this and other important topics that may arise in the future.”

While some Glassdoor reviews paint a picture of low pay and some systemic disorganization, employees I spoke to seemed to be happy at Wayfair.

“My day-to-day life there is fun, I enjoy the job, it is professionally encouraging me to grow,” says one current employee, who didn’t want to discuss the walkout aftermath and asked for anonymity because Wayfair has been messaging its displeasure with employees speaking to the press since the walkout.

“I do think Wayfair is a strong brand and has significant brand equity,” says Steinman. “Without a sustained effort by the employee group, or a consumer activist group that adopts the cause, it is likely that Wayfair’s consumers will continue to purchase their products as they have in the past.”

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Excellent Customer Service

First time customer and was very worried.
It turned out to be a superb experience. Bought 4 dining chairs but one had a crack. Emailed them the picture on the same night and they responded the next day, agreeing to send a replacement chair. Received the chair few days later. This is exceeding my expectation. Very impressed.

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Hey Chelsea! Thank you for your kind feedback, we are so happy we were able to get you your items!

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Buyer Beware!!~~~~~~Sham of a company! They knowingly sell items they do not have in stock. Charge you and say it will ship in 2 days then weeks later tell you in may be in stock in October!! Yet they charge you!! I despise low brow con artist like this. AVOID! And you better refund my $ bc I have all the time in the world to tweet, Post, file BB reports so others don't have to deal with your nonsense. 😡

Hello Judy,

I am a Decor Market Customer Care Sales Manager and I have reviewed your emails and social media comments thoroughly.

We handle every complaint we receive on a case by case basis and do our best to always ensure our customers are heard and issues are resolved. We are sorry to hear that you feel this way about our company. We work very hard to create an easy and hassle free experience for our customers. I want to take the time to explain our practices to you to help you better understand why they are our practices.

When an item is not in stock we place you on a back order list, so as soon as this item(s) is back in stock your order will be processed and shipped out immediately. You are always able to cancel anytime before the item(s) ships and be refunded to your original form of payment. You are charged before the order ships to ensure that once it becomes available it will ship immediately to you and you can keep the current price/sale price.

I have been informed that you have already been refunded but I wanted to explain a little more about our business because negative reviews greatly affect our business.

Thank you for your time.


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Hi Lily, thank you for your feedback!

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Item was a great price. Free shipping! At first I didn't see an email from them about shipping. I ended up emailing customer service and still didn't see anything. Finally I looked in my spam folder and found 3 emails from them. A customer service rep answered me and send another email in case I hadn't gotten the 1st two. Just look in your spam if you didn't receive an email

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Where to begin. I ordered a couch from Decor Market in November, it is now nearly January and I'm still waiting on the couch to be delivered. I have called and emailed them several times (atleast 5 times), speaking with a different customer service rep each time who assured me they'd look into my order and get back to me. The first time I called, which was nearly 3 weeks after my order, I spoke with a gentleman who said my order should have shipped and he does not know why it hasn't, but that they'd look into it and call me back the next day. Of course, no one called me back.

Days go by, I call again and this time its a woman I spoke with who asks me "Are you sure the couch wasn't shipped and you just weren't home to receive it?" ...well considering I never received an email with tracking or any order related updates, how would I know?! She says she will look into the order and also check on why no one got back to me, and assures me this time someone will call me back THAT same day. Again, no one calls me back.

I wait a few days, then I decided to send their customer service email a message stating everything that has happened thus far, and my disappointment in the complete lack of follow through. Lo and behold, someone calls me back that next morning and states that they've been having company issues because their Director left recently, but that I will receive my order and that an email will be sent within 48 hours with tracking information. Guess what....never received that email.

A few more days go by, and now I receive a call from their shipping carrier asking me what days I'll be home so they can deliver the couch. They asked me whether December 28th would work between 9:00AM-1:00PM, I said sure thats fine. The gentleman said that someone would be calling me back to confirm the delivery for that date/time. Again, never received a confirmation call or any email related to tracking information.

December 17th, I decide to call Decor Market customer service to check whether or not this couch is actually being delivered. The woman I spoke with (Lily?) had no idea what was going on with my order, asked me if I was aware it was being delivered LTL, I said well you guys never sent me any information related to the delivery so apparently not. She puts me on hold and tries to track it, then tells me it will get delivered at 9:00PM tonight. I was seriously like, you have to be kidding me right because I'm not even home. I told her someone called me previously and asked whether December 28th between the hours of 9:00AM-1:00PM would work and I said yes, so why would it be delivered so late at night without any prior notice. She cannot provide me with any information and asked that I call the carrier directly.

Update, it is now 12:30PM on December 28th and the couch is not here. I call the carrier and they said there hasn't been any delivery attempts, but that they could schedule the delivery if I give them some dates and times that work for me next week. At this point, I'm furious because I had to rush home from out of town to be home to receive the delivery and its not even scheduled to be delivered.

Moral of the story, do yourself a favor. DO NOT ORDER from Decor Market, it is not worth the slight discount. I feel like my money has been taken and goods not delivered. I have never in my life had this type of issue ordering furniture online. Their customer service reps do not care about what happens to your order after they've taken your money. I'd give them ZERO stars if I could.

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