30
JANUARY
2015

Today’s Inside The Orange Box topic is FAVORITE STRIPES! We love a great stripe around here… Big, bold stripes can add just the right amount of oomph to a room, and a subtle stripe can be just the perfect, delicate detail a pillow or a window treatment is calling for. Stripes are classic, versatile, and fun to work with!

Inside The Orange Box - Design tips from SummerHouse's Interior Designers // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Take a look at our designers’ favorite ones!

Interior Designer Todd Prince

Romo Morelli Mercury 7364/07

SummerHouse Designers' Favorite Stripes // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Interior Designer Elish Phares

GWF-3101/616 Channels in Taupe/Ivory

This stripe is a bit unconventional… Not a true stripe… But I love it, and it makes the same type of impact that a bold stripe would!

SummerHouse Designers' Favorite Stripes // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Interior Designer Sunny Holliday

GWF-3312/816 Drummond Stripe in Onyx/Beige

I’m loving this jute & linen stripe… I love the variation in sizes of the stripe, and the natural fibers!!

SummerHouse Designers' Favorite Stripes // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Interior Designer Katy Hines

Mark Alexander M265/05 Carmel Mist

SummerHouse Designers' Favorite Stripes // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Interior Designer Molly Ferguson

Osborne & Little Samana Dominica F6634-03

SummerHouse Designers' Favorite Stripes // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Interior Designer Jacque Moor

Kerry Joyce Kelly Stripe 2034-02 Celadon/Cream

I’m in love with this color way, but all other color ways in this fabric are great, too! Kelly Stripe is a refreshing, soft linen that is timeless. This casual stripe is subtle enough that it will never compete with any pattern put with it.

SummerHouse Designers' Favorite Stripes // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Which of these stripes do you most love?

19
JANUARY
2015

In need of some inspiration this chilly morning? Allow us to share a few of our favorite bathrooms designed by our very own SummerHouse designers! Since everyone has to spend time in the bathroom, why not make it just as beautiful as the rest of your home?

We think these lovely loos are a great example of that!

Six Stunning Bathrooms // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Six Stunning Bathrooms // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Six Stunning Bathrooms // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Six Stunning Bathrooms // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Six Stunning Bathrooms // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Six Stunning Bathrooms // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Do you have a favorite out of these?

We hope your week is off to a great start!

16
JANUARY
2015

It’s time for another installment of our Inside The Orange Box mini-series called What I Didn’t Learn in Design School! Today we hear from interior designer Molly Ferguson on the topic!

"What I didn't learn in design school" - a new series where SummerHouse interior designers talk about what they were never taught in their interior design classes // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Molly says, “Getting a degree in Interior Design does not necessarily make you a good designer. There are so many things that can’t be taught. They are learned by experience. I would have liked to have taken a few business classes along with my design classes. Being an interior designer is not only about creating beautiful rooms but about customer service, time management, organization, and so much more!”

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Thank you, Molly! For more from this mini-series, CLICK HERE! And if there are any questions you have for any of our designers, please do not hesitate to comment! We would be happy to answer whatever you’ve got to ask!

12
JANUARY
2015

Kelly Wearstler… We love this chick! Her style is edgy, her fabrics are awesome, and her books are huge sources of eye candy for all of us design-minded people up here at SummerHouse! Here is a peek at some of her gorgeous fabrics… And we highly recommend picking up one or both of these books ASAP for a heavy dose of outside-the-box design inspiration!

Designers we love: Kelly Wearstler // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Designers we love: Kelly Wearstler // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Designers we love: Kelly Wearstler // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Designers we love: Kelly Wearstler // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Designers we love: Kelly Wearstler // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Designers we love: Kelly Wearstler // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Do you love Kelly as much as we do? What most inspires you about her?! We’d love to hear!

08
JANUARY
2015

One thing we really love is when a bedroom has enough extra room for a little seating area! A comfortable pair of chairs, a great bench, or a cute little sofette add the perfect touch if there’s some extra space in a large bedroom. A seating area adds warmth and makes the room multi-functional!

Here are a few SummerHouse projects that are great examples of this!

Extra Seating in the Bedroom // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Extra Seating in the Bedroom // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Extra Seating in the Bedroom // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Extra Seating in the Bedroom // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Extra Seating in the Bedroom // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Extra Seating in the Bedroom // www.alwayssummerblog.com

See what a nice touch a few extra seats can add? We love!

Thanks for stopping by today! We love having you! ;)

05
JANUARY
2015

Galbraith and Paul is a company with fabrics and wallpapers that we absolutely adore! This line is exquisite for many reasons… Each piece is made to order so you know what you’re getting is something made exclusively for you!

Lines we love: Galbraith and Paul // SummerHouse // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Their patterns are just out of this world… From fun and whimsical to bold and stunning, they have something for just about everyone!

Lines we love: Galbraith and Paul // SummerHouse // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Lines we love: Galbraith and Paul // SummerHouse // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Lines we love: Galbraith and Paul // SummerHouse // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Lines we love: Galbraith and Paul // SummerHouse // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Lines we love: Galbraith and Paul // SummerHouse // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Lines we love: Galbraith and Paul // SummerHouse // www.alwayssummerblog.com

The line is also very customizable! There are all different colors to choose from, as well as several different fabric grounds. What more could you ask for!? ;)

Lines we love: Galbraith and Paul // SummerHouse // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Lines we love: Galbraith and Paul // SummerHouse // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Here is a quick shot of a time when we used a Galbraith and Paul fabric on some lumbar pillows and just absolutely loved the impact it made! Isn’t that pattern perfection?!

Lines we love: Galbraith and Paul // SummerHouse // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Do you love this company as much as we do?! We can’t get enough!

02
JANUARY
2015

This week’s Inside The Orange Box deals with the issue of pillow placement on a sofa! There are multiple things to consider when picking out what your pillow arrangement needs to look like, so our designers give a few great pointers!

Inside The Orange Box - Design tips from SummerHouse's Interior Designers // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Interior Designer Todd Prince

On a sectional, there always need to be three pillows in the corner – one larger and two smaller. On each end of the sofa, you need a minimum of two 22” pillows on one end and a minimum of one 22” on the other end. There should be a variety of styles, as well. For a sofa, you have tons of options! You can always do a 24” and a 22” on each end, but what I really love are two pillows on one end (one larger and one slightly smaller) and a throw with one pillow on the other so it’s not so matchy matchy.

Interior Designer Sunny Holliday

It really depends on the size and cushion style of your sofa. Sometimes I like to do three lumbars across if there are three back cushions and three seat cushions. If the sofa is 85 or so inches long, and has two back cushions over two seat cushions, I will do two 22” pillows with a lumbar in between them. If the sofa comes standard with throw pillows, it’s fun to change the fabric for the throw pillows with a different fabric from the company.

Inside The Orange Box: Placing Pillows On A Sofa // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Interior Designer Katy Hines

Keep the height of your accent pillows and back cushions on the sofa within one or two inches of each other. If the back cushions are 20″ high, a 22″ pillow is a great choice.

Interior Designer Jacque Moor

Decorative pillows need to reflect the style of not only the sofa, but the room! On a long, deep sofa, I would have four pillows total. 24″ pillows at each end with 22″ pillows in front of each. This will allow the sofa to not seem overbearing in a room, and a comfortable place to lounge!

Inside The Orange Box: Placing Pillows On A Sofa // www.alwayssummerblog.com

For past Inside The Orange Box posts, CLICK HERE!

29
DECEMBER
2014

Today, we wanted to highlight a designer of whose style we are in constant admiration! Designer Bobby McAlpine’s books have been described by members of our staff as design Bibles. And more than once have pages been opened to certain pictures in his books when presentations are given. His work is just SO inspirational!!

The Home Within Us

The Home Within Us by Bobby McAlpine // available at www.summerhousestyle.com

Art of the House

Art of the House // available at www.summerhousestyle.com

And his furniture designs for Lee Industries are PERFECTION! Classic yet very distinctive…

Bobby McAlpine for Lee Industries // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Bobby McAlpine for Lee Industries // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Bobby McAlpine for Lee Industries // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Oh, Bobby, how do you do it?! We love your style so much!

24
DECEMBER
2014

Merry Christmas Eve to all of you! We wish for all of you to have a very happy holiday filled with lots of merriment and quality time with those you love!

Merry Christmas from SummerHouse!

Just a small little reminder that we will close today at 1 p.m. and will not reopen until Saturday the 27th!

We are so thankful for all of you and can’t wait to hear how your holidays have been whenever we see you again!
Have a warm, wonderful day and we will talk to you soon!

22
DECEMBER
2014

When it comes to desks, we can probably all agree that a pretty, well-organized desk is the best kind of desk. Especially if it is in a pretty room! Who doesn’t work better in an aesthetically pleasing environment?!

Today, we bring you four fabulous desks, all of which dutifully serve their purposes for bill paying, working from home, or maybe just taking a break from life to have a quiet cup of coffee. Whatever purpose your desk serves, we know the prettier your desk, the more you’ll be able to enjoy your desk!

We love the soft, serene setting of this desk nestled in a bay window overlooking a wooded backyard!

Four Fabulous Desk Areas // www.alwayssummerblog.com

This masculine office called for a weighty desk, so this NOIR piece did just the trick!

Four Fabulous Desk Areas // www.alwayssummerblog.com

This small, modern desk is the perfect place for getting those household things done, and the drawers make for easy clean up with company comes over!

Four Fabulous Desk Areas // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Lastly, this custom desk, designed by our very own Lisa Palmer, serves as a beautiful anchor in this bedroom and is a great piece over which to display art. It’s also where this particular client can get some work done without having to go too far!

Four Fabulous Desk Areas // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Four Fabulous Desk Areas // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Where in your home is your desk? And what is its main function? We love hearing from you guys!

Thanks for stopping in today. We do appreciate it!

19
DECEMBER
2014

Happy Friday to you!

Today’s installment of Inside The Orange Box is part of our mini series called “What I Didn’t Learn In Design School” where our designers dish on which parts of designing in the real world were not necessarily taught in their Interior Design classes! Today, designer Elish Phares shares what she didn’t learn in design school!

"What I didn't learn in design school" - a new series where SummerHouse interior designers talk about what they were never taught in their interior design classes // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Elish says, “I think this is said about many things in life, but not much prepares you for a career in Interior Design except actually working in the field. It just is what it is. One thing that I believe is glossed over a bit in the glamourous artistic light cast on interior design is the strong business sense you must have! You have to be good with numbers, organized, track orders, etc… There’s so much more than space planning, balance, and application involved!”

Check out past Orange Box posts here! And have a FABULOUS weekend!

18
DECEMBER
2014

Seeing as it is the end of the year, and the end of the year is all about giving, we have decided to give 35% off all holiday gifts and accessories until the end of the year (or at least until we run out of gifts)!

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Come by the store and speak to one of our talented designers about our sale. It’s not too late to buy your loved ones (or maybe even yourself) a gift!

We hope to see you soon :)

17
DECEMBER
2014

With Christmas and the New Year fast approaching, we wanted you to be sure and know when we would and would not be open! We want to see you as much as we can this holiday season, but don’t want you showing up when we aren’t here! ;)

Here you go…

SummerHouse Holiday Schedule

We still have a great assortment of last minute gift items so we’d be happy to help you with any people you may still need to take care of on your list! Come see us! ;)

Hope you’re having a great week!

15
DECEMBER
2014

Today’s Web Store Wish List is all about holiday happiness! Gifts, accessories, things to cozy up your little abode… All of these little lovelies will make your holidays a whole lot happier! And guess what? They’re all available through our web store!

Holiday Happiness from www.summerhousestyle.com

Clockwise from top left:

Black Forest Plaque // $100
Golden Bough // $330
Style by Kate Spade // $20
Abalone Tree // $100
Kaden Log Holder // $770
Long Wool Pillow // $140
Ski House Feu De Bois Candle // $70
Istanbul Dome Dish // $500

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For more holiday items, come check out what we have in the store or click here to shop our online selection!

And thank you so much for stopping by today!

10
DECEMBER
2014

Meet Max Palmer! // www.alwayssummerblog.comThere’s a new SummerHouse “temp worker” (for lack of a better term!) that y’all need to meet! While I (Laurel) am gone on maternity leave for the next eight or so weeks, Lisa’s middle son Max is taking over! I could not be more confident in his capabilities of keeping the social media machine running while I’m away, since he’s in the business of all things social himself! You’ll learn more about that in just a sec! ;)

To get to know him a little better, we conducted a little interview, as we do with all the newbies! So here you go…

Meet Max!!

1. Tell us a little about your background in social media (and about your awesome business, Magnolia Marketing!)

SOOO, I got my bachelors degree in Advertising from the University of Southern Mississippi back in May of 2013. One week later, I packed my bags and moved up to the great city of Nashville, TN. Since moving here I feel like I have worked a billion jobs, but just recently found something that I actually really enjoy doing! I started my own business in August called Magnolia Media Co. It is a Social Media Marketing company. We currently have a small group of clients but it is a whole lot of fun!

2. In 5 words or less, what has it been like to grow up as L. Palmer’s son?

Pretty fun and very lively!

3. What’s your favorite social media platform?

Hmmmmmmm. I think Instagram! It is so cool, and everyone loves good looking pictures!

4. Tell us a little bit about your love of music… Are you still in a band? If so, we need details!

Let’s see. I grew up in one of the most musical households in all of Mississippi, i feel like. I have such a love for music, and playing it. I have been playing drums for about 10 years now, but most recently picked up the guitar and started playing in a band of my own, called The Morning Low. In this band i sing and play guitar. It is so much fun!

5. What’s your favorite thing about spending time up here at SummerHouse so far?!

My favorite thing about Summerhouse is that its not some old company with a bunch of old ladies walking around trying to sell furniture. The music that’s played is great and the environment is so relaxing!

6. What’s the best trip you’ve been on lately?

Probably when I went with a friend of mine to St. Louis, MO to see one of my favorite bands, Brand New. It was an incredible concert and I had been wanting to see this band since I was in high school

7. What else do we need to know about you?!

I LOVE LOVE LOVE working out. I used to be a pretty lazy guy with bad eating habits and one day I said to myself “It’s time for a change.” I got off my butt and starting going to the gym. Meanwhile I fell in love with running and being healthy. In the past year, I have lost over 50 pounds and don’t plan on stopping anytime soon!

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Awesome, Max! Thanks a ton! So excited to have you on board for a couple of months! :)

08
DECEMBER
2014

We have some delightful dining rooms (and breakfast rooms) to share with you today! Since it is the season of family gatherings and lots of eating with the ones you love, showing off some beautifully designed dining areas (all by SummerHouse designers!) just seemed appropriate.

From casual and beachy to fancy and formal, and everything in between, we say it’s always a good time to share a bite to eat and some quality time with the ones you care most about! And the more beautiful the space, the better, we say… ;)

Take a look at these pretty spaces…

Delightful Dining, designed by SummerHouse Interior Designers // www.summerhouseinteriordesign.com

Delightful Dining, designed by SummerHouse Interior Designers // www.summerhouseinteriordesign.com

Delightful Dining, designed by SummerHouse Interior Designers // www.summerhouseinteriordesign.com

Delightful Dining, designed by SummerHouse Interior Designers // www.summerhouseinteriordesign.com

Delightful Dining, designed by SummerHouse Interior Designers // www.summerhouseinteriordesign.com

Delightful Dining, designed by SummerHouse Interior Designers // www.summerhouseinteriordesign.com

Delightful Dining, designed by SummerHouse Interior Designers // www.summerhouseinteriordesign.com

Delightful Dining, designed by SummerHouse Interior Designers // www.summerhouseinteriordesign.com

Delightful Dining, designed by SummerHouse Interior Designers // www.summerhouseinteriordesign.com

Which of these beautiful rooms is your favorite?

05
DECEMBER
2014

Inside The Orange Box this week, we talk about getting the right light! Three designers share their secrets of perfecting the ambient lighting in whatever room they are designing… So let’s see what they have to say!

Interior Designer Elish Phares
I don’t have a hard and fast rule when choosing lighting for a space. Unless you are starting from scratch, each room comes with it’s own deciding factors: ceiling height, paint colors, natural light, size, etc. I love a pair of matching lamps in a room, but I usually avoid more than one pair. If I need another matching pair I usually start varying height. For example, a pair of table lamps and a pair of floor lamps look great together but aren’t too repetitive. A beautiful ceiling fixture can go a long way, but I like it to be a focal point and not fight with the rest of the room. If there is already a lot going on, I may think twice about adding a large hanging fixture. Lastly, remember who you are designing for! How do they use the space? What are they drawn to? The room should always be a reflection of those living in it.
SummerHouse Designers share tips on getting the right light // www.alwayssummerblog.com
SummerHouse Designers share tips on getting the right light // www.alwayssummerblog.com
Interior Designer Lindsey Townsend 
When designing lighting for a space, I always take into consideration how the space is going to be used, the amount of natural light, the paint color, the ceiling height, and the size of the room. When starting from scratch, I like to have evenly dispersed can lighting along with a ceiling fixture in the center of the room.  In most cases I will select a decorative ceiling fixture, but not in all cases, because again, it depends on the function, size, furniture, and overall design style of the room.
If the space already has many interesting design aspects then I will select a very simple light fixture, but in other spaces I do the opposite! I will select a light fixture to be the focal point and the rest of the space is designed to compliment it, not compete!  I always put separate dimmers on the light fixture and the can lighting when possible.  Dimmers are always nice to have when entertaining!
SummerHouse Designers share tips on getting the right light // www.alwayssummerblog.com
Interior Designer Molly Ferguson
You should have a mix of light sources at all different levels to create a flattering ambiance. You also need appropriate task lighting for whatever you do in that space. I try to stay away from fluorescent lights if at all possible. In some instances, fluorescent lights will accent blue tones and make reds look colder, and they often are very harsh. Incandescent lighting gives off a warmer, more flattering glow. The most ideal light source is natural light. I believe if the sun is up, your drapery should be open!
Every house is so different, so there are many factors to take into consideration when selecting lighting for a space. It’s always good to hire a professional for guidance in tricky areas such as lighting!
SummerHouse Designers share tips on getting the right light // www.alwayssummerblog.com
SummerHouse Designers share tips on getting the right light // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Getting the right lighting in a room really can make the BIGGEST difference! If you need help in this department, our designers are always ready to help!

For past Orange Box topics, CLICK HERE!

03
DECEMBER
2014

Today we’re taking a look at our top ten Instagram posts of all time! (Top = most liked!) It’s fun for us to look back on things like this so we can see what you guys get most fired up about! Hopefully it’s fun for y’all to get to look back at this to reminisce on a few of our more exciting social media moments, too!

So here they are, starting with the tenth most popular and working our way to number one…

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SummerHouse's Top 10 Instagrams // www.instagram.com/shopsummerhouse

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SummerHouse's Top 10 Instagrams // www.instagram.com/shopsummerhouse

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SummerHouse's Top 10 Instagrams // www.instagram.com/shopsummerhouse

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SummerHouse's Top 10 Instagrams // www.instagram.com/shopsummerhouse

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SummerHouse's Top 10 Instagrams // www.instagram.com/shopsummerhouse

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SummerHouse's Top 10 Instagrams // www.instagram.com/shopsummerhouse

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SummerHouse's Top 10 Instagrams // www.instagram.com/shopsummerhouse

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SummerHouse's Top 10 Instagrams // www.instagram.com/shopsummerhouse

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SummerHouse's Top 10 Instagrams // www.instagram.com/shopsummerhouse

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SummerHouse's Top 10 Instagrams // www.instagram.com/shopsummerhouse

What do YOU most like to see us Instagram about? Speaking of… Do you follow us?! We’d love to have you in on the action! CLICK HERE to get to our Insta page! Or just search for @shopsummerhouse and you’ll find us!

01
DECEMBER
2014

Today, we wanted to introduce you to local craftsman Mike Williams, a man on whom we rely to make so many projects special! Mike is a very gifted metal worker (among other things) and is always such a delight to work with! Let’s take a minute to get to know Mike, and some of his work, just a little bit better!

An interview with metal worker Mike Williams // www.alwayssummerblog.com1. Introduce yourself! Where are you from? Where did you go to school? Tell us a little about your family!

I grew up in South Jackson in the 70’s and graduated from Wingfield High School in 82′. I joined the Marines in November of 82′ and served through 86′. I guess I got my creative gene from my Dad, John Williams who worked with Dr. Guyton in the Physiology department at UMC. They were always experimenting with new theories and my Dad was the one that would create the mechanics of all these experiments. I shadowed him many times and I guess that’s where it rubbed off on me.

After the Marine Corps, I went to Hinds Junior College in Commercial Design and Advertising which really helped me with the mechanics of design and creating aesthetically pleasing work. While at Hinds I worked at home in our shop building wood and glass pieces which I sold at arts and crafts shows and to regional stores.

I have a wonderful family who has supported my work now for 25 years. My wife Jan, son Sean, and daughter Maggie all have helped me many times as I was meeting deadlines or delivering pieces. We’ve always had pets, mostly dogs, and right now we have three dogs: an Australian Shepherd, a Pom-a-poo, and a long haired miniature Dachshund.

2. How did you get into metal working?

2. Metal working is one of those things that happened as part of a natural progression of my work. My wood working lead to glass etching which lead me to work in sales at Dixie Glass in the late 80’s. I met a furniture designer who would order glass table tops from me. I showed him my glass etching designs and we started incorporating them into these dining table tops. They were Greek Key designs, mostly. He showed me the metal furniture he designed and said he had a welder who built them for him. As I looked at the pieces, I told him I could build them for him, although I had never welded in my life. He allowed me to give it a try and I literally went and bought a welder, metal band saw, torch, etc. without ever doing any of this and I taught myself how to weld, bend steel, etc. I was introduced to someone in the MS Forge Counsel, a group of Blacksmiths, and I joined the group and learned invaluable things through our meetings. Then after a few years of building for him I started approaching designers on my own with furniture designs and this is really where it all started.

3. Can you tell us what inspired the name “Functional Art” as your business name?

When I went out own my own, I was exploring all creative avenues that interested me. I applied for and was accepted in the Mississippi Craftsmen’s Guild. At first I was just using my name for the business but later decided on MW Functional Art to represent the fact that my work is functional and can be used in a utilitarian way as well as be a piece of art which brings beauty to the surroundings.

4. What is the most unique/exciting project you’ve ever done for a SummerHouse designer?

There are so many pieces I’ve made through Summerhouse Designers that are unique, one-of-a-kind pieces. It’s hard to choose one piece that’s the most unique and exciting but one that I personally love is the Chandelier I made for Lisa for the Firefly Cottage project through the MS Craftsmen’s Guild. It was an esthetically flowing chandelier that has flute shaped arms that organically flow out of the middle. Just a stunning piece.

Custom light fixture made by Mike Williams for Interior Designer Lisa Palmer // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Custom fixture at Firefly Cottage. Photo is from Social South

5. Tell us about all the mediums you can work with.

I’ve worked with so many mediums over the years. Metal, glass, wood, stone. And techniques I have used are things likes airbrushing, glass etching and carving, faux finishing (wood graining and faux marble techniques), wood carving and the list goes on.

6. What is your ideal work environment?

My ideal work environment is a shop that’s open at both ends allowing the sun and air to work their way through, sort of messy with tools and pieces of metal strewn about, and under intense pressure to meet a deadline. I seem to do my best work under high levels of stress. This may not be the best formula for most people but if I have to make something work, I will find a way no matter what.

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Thank you so much, Mike! We learned so much and are continually wowed by your stunning work! Here are a few more photos of impressive pieces of work Mike has done for us!

Window display at Arco Avenue, designed by Elish Phares. (See more from this project here!)

Window display at Arco Avenue, designed by Elish Phares, made by Mike Williams // www.summerhouseinteriordesign.com

Custom bed designed by Lisa Palmer. (See more from this project here!)

Custom Bed, designed by Lisa Palmer, made by Mike Williams // www.summerhouseinteriordesign.com

Railing and light fixture, designed by Lisa Palmer. (See more from this project here!)

Custom Railing and Light Fixture, designed by Lisa Palmer, made by Mike Williams // www.summerhouseinteriordesign.com

It’s probably easy to see why we are in love with Mike Williams! Not only is his work breath taking, but he is just such a nice guy! Thank you, Mike, for all you do for us!

28
NOVEMBER
2014

cybermonday

Chances are, some of you are still too full from yesterday’s feast that you couldn’t make it out to today’s Bright Friday Sale. It has gone incredibly well.

Don’t fret. If you missed out or don’t live in town, we have some great deals online this coming Monday!

Check out these sales:

25% off accessories (excluding lamps)
New online markdowns
Free shipping on orders over $50!

Enter code: SHCYBERMONDAY and select FREE SHIPPING at checkout! :)

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Don’t forget that we are participating in Small Business Saturday, tomorrow. Just register your American Express card (right here) and spend $10 in the store to get $10 back!

Oh yes, you read all that correctly! Have fun shopping y’all!

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