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Shelly Ferullo


Buffalo Magazine: Home

While the master bedroom has never been described as the heart of the home, it is an area that homeowners love and invest in. Local designers say recent trends include statement beds, simple window treatments, and rethinking the traditional bedroom set. “A lot of people want more of a hotel feel to their bedrooms, and they want a bedroom space that’s relaxing,” said des…

Buffalo Magazine: BufFYI

If Dave Gordon has learned anything in the last 40 years while running a family business in Buffalo, it has been that people love shopping for Christmas and holiday decor. From upside-down Christmas trees to wreaths in pastel colors decorated with strawberries, his business has seen every trend imaginable. Dave’s Christmas Wonderland in Cheektowaga is the flagship store…

Buffalo Magazine: Home

As a feature unique to Northeastern and Great Plains states, basements are often cited as the thing people miss most when they move to other regions. That’s because for many households, this space has evolved into a family-friendly area of the house that adds essential square footage. The first time Jason and Kelly Hernandez of Orchard Park walked through their 1918 hou…

Buffalo Magazine: Home

When Rex Ryan was hired to become the head coach of the Buffalo Bills, his wife Michelle had a new home to furnish when they moved here. “We had used Ethan Allen when we lived in Maryland, and I really like the quality of the furniture,” she said. Initially she went to the Amherst store to buy a new sofa for her family room. She had already ordered a new dining room …

Buffalo Magazine: Home

All trends come and go, and when it comes to decorating, local designers reiterate that everything old is new again. Metallic finishes in rustic colors are everywhere and give furniture a coveted industrial look. Wallpaper, and its more earthy sister grasscloth, is also in high demand. For years, tan and beige reigned supreme as the go-to neutral, but recently gray has …

Buffalo Magazine: BufFYI

Through social media, two Canisius College graduates are contributing to the rebirth of Buffalo by promoting local businesses and cultivating a culture of growth. Born as an online blog and apparel store that was an outlet for small businesses and nonprofits, Rise Collaborative has evolved into a promotional tool for businesses — and for new ways of thinking, say propri…