Youngs One offers free digital magazine
July 19, 2014
Youngs Carpet One Floor & Home announced this week that the new issue of its digital magazine — Beautiful Design Made Simple — is available for download.
This free issue is focused on getting ready for the summer and expanding living space outdoors.
The issue features design and home décor that is inspired by summer trends as well as outdoor ideas for decorating and renovating projects.
“Summer is a time when we see many of our customers looking for ways to update their outdoor living space,” said Randy Young. “This issue of Beautiful Design Made Simple gives them the ideas and inspiration they need to get started.”
The new summer issue also introduces decorating stylist Paul Semkuley of re:source lifestyles who has joined Carpet One Floor & Home as an expert on interior and exterior décor for the home.
He specializes in curating existing spaces with new pieces of furniture and accessories; sharing his vision on what to “re:cycle, what to re:position and how to re:invent.”
Other features in the summer issue of Beautiful Design Made Simple include: beach décor inspiration, advice from decorator Evelyn Eshun on simple updates for the home and tips from sanity saver Julie Edelman — The Accidental Housewife — on easy summer living and outdoor maintenance.
The Beautiful Design Made Simple newsstand and issues are free to download on Apple and Android devices. The issue can be accessed by visiting http://beautiful designmadesimple.com/digitalmagazine/.
Youngs Carpet One Floor & Home is a locally owned flooring retailer serving the Grass Valley area. They are part of North America’s leading floor covering co-op.
For more information visit youngscarpetone grassvalley.com.
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