InstaFaves

It’s no secret that one of our favorite social media platforms is Instagram! That is the only platform that every member of the SummerHouse team is on, so that’s got to mean that it’s superior! 😉

Once or twice a year, we love to go through and see what posts you guys seem to most like. This is really fun for us, and it gives you the chance to see the highlights, just in case you missed something! Here are our top ten Instagram posts from the past six months…!

10. Neutral beauty

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9. This bright and beautiful room always makes us feel better! (More from this project here)

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8. Another one of our favorite Jackson homes, of which you can see more here!

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7. Elish and Lisa boxing up a project that was done completely remotely! More on that project here!

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6. Rug ottomans are always crowd favorites

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5. One STUNNING study by Elish that we can’t wait to share more on soon!

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4. A Heavenly bed setup

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3. This pretty corner at SHOX

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2. This beautiful bed setup at SHOX.

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1.  And the number one most popular post was of the outdoor space designed by Katherine Shelton that was featured in Social South! You can read more about that here!

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Wasn’t that fun?! 🙂 Thank you so much for stopping by today! Hope your week is off to a great start. And if you don’t follow us on Instagram, check us out @shopsummerhouse!

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Today’s Forecast: SUNSHINE

We have a new Web Store Wish List for you today and our theme is bright, sunny, and warm, modeled after our favorite type of summer day! We love popping in warm oranges, golds, reds, yellows, and caramels when appropriate. These happy hues instantly cozy up a space! Here are our favorites:

Today's Forecast: Nothin But SUNSHINE! // SummerHouse Web Store Wish List via alwayssummerblog.com

// 1 //  The Shoe Book, $50

// 2 // Small Gilded Medallion, $1020

// 3 // Tiber 9 x 12 Rug, $7040

// 4 // Cabana: White Grapefruit Candle, $59

// 5 //  Susan Bench, $2340

// 6 //  Untied II” by Carol Sneed, $1200

// 7 // O’Brien Table Lamp, $1150

// 8 // Sunflower in Pyramid Vase, $90

It’s easy to see why we are so drawn to these beautiful warm tones right now! And we have lots more in this color family available in either showroom and on our online store, so be sure to stop in soon!

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Holiday Shop

SummerHouse Holiday Shop

Our Holiday Shop is now open for business! We have added new items this year (like those vintagey silver bells in the above photo!), brought back some old favorites, and are ready to serve you and your holiday gift and accessory needs! Here are a few of our newer items as well as a few favorites!

SummerHouse Holiday Shop

Milagro Arrow Ornament

SummerHouse Holiday Shop

Light Gray Stocking with Cuff

SummerHouse Holiday Shop

Round Gold Flask

SummerHouse Holiday Shop

Cage Quartz Ornament

SummerHouse Holiday Shop

Starlight LED Wire String Lights

SummerHouse Holiday Shop

Parliament of Owls Ornament

See much more HERE! And don’t forget about the special we have going right now on gift cards! Online ONLY, through December 2nd, we’re offering 20% savings on gift cards with the code SHCYBER16!

Happy shopping and thanks for stopping by! XO!

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MAD et LEN

Our newest line of home scents, MAD et LEN, is hands down one of the most unique lines we carry! MAD et LEN is based in France and is committed to its craft. Their candles are hand poured to order, their signature black metal containers are hand forged, and their scents are beyond divine! These high end, organic scents are absolutely fantastic. We cannot say enough about how much we love this line!

Take a look at this beautiful display and come treat yourself by checking it all out in our shop. You will not be sorry!

MAD et LEN at SummerHouse

MAD et LEN at SummerHouse

MAD et LEN at SummerHouse

MAD et LEN at SummerHouse

MAD et LEN at SummerHouse

MAD et LEN at SummerHouse

We promise you’ll find a scent that completely takes you away! All of us up here have our favorites! <3

Thanks so much for dropping in today! We love having you stop by! 🙂

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Touches of Fall

With fall just around the corner, we are getting into the “cozy up our homes” mindset! And we know we’re not alone!

Cozying up for fall doesn’t have to be time consuming or expensive! With just a few warm touches, like textured pillows or great fall candles, your home can transform into autumn perfection!

Here are a few of our favorite ways to add a little fall to our showroom and our own homes!!

Touches of Fall

Bayberry Pot

Buff Cowhide Pillow

Cursive Box

The Southerner’s Handbook

Golden Woods Rare Botanic Candle

Amethyst Votive Candle Holder

Cinnamon Ombre Throw

Buckhorn Amber Candle

We hope you’re having a great day! Thanks so much for stopping in today! Always a pleasure to have you here! 🙂

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New To The Showroom

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We have a few new groupings on the showroom floor that are simply breathtaking! Beautiful color mixed with perfect neutrals… Lovely accessories, unique art, one of a kind pieces… Here are a few snaps of the newest vignettes!

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SummerHouse Fine Furniture and Interior Design // Ridgeland, MS // www.alwayssummerblog.com

If you see anything you like, give us a call (601-842-7784) or leave a comment below to find out more! We are happy to answer any questions! 🙂

Thank you for checking in with us today! Hope you have a great one!

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The Summer Blues

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Our showroom is currently filled with beautiful shades of one of our favorite colors: BLUE! We’re loving all shades of this magical, soothing hue and wanted to share a few snaps of this lovely tone accenting our floor!

Have a look!

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The Summer Blues at SummerHouse in Ridgeland, MS // www.alwayssummerblog.com

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The Summer Blues at SummerHouse in Ridgeland, MS // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Do you love blue as much as we do? It just such a happy color that goes with so much!

We hope you’re enjoying the last couple of weeks of summer before school starts back! Thanks for stopping by today! It means so much to us! XO!

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Web Store Wish List: A Touch of Romance

We have been all about the blush hues that have made it so big this spring! Soft peaches and light pinks have always been on our list of favorites, so we love that they’re such a big trend right now!

We particularly love blush when paired with shades of white or gold, which is what inspired this week’s Web Store Wish List!

A Touch of Romance // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Clockwise from top left:

Veranda: A Passion for Living: Houses of Style and Inspiration // $60
Deco Table Lamp // $1210
Golden Hide Frame // $80
Blush Jewelry Box // $500
Duchess Peony: Powder Room candle // $59
Onyx Votive // $55
Deco Tufted Dining Chair // $1040
Dogwood Glass Jar, Short // $130
Blush Diagonal Lumbar // $200

All of these items are available on our web store or in our showroom!

Thanks so much for stopping in today. We hope you had a great weekend!

XO!

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Naturally

Today’s Web Store Wish List is au naturale! We are celebrating the beauty of nature with simple finishes, plant and animal inspired accessories, and other items that inspire a love for the great outdoors.

Shop this look below!

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Clockwise from top left:

Bark Candles // $9
Beatrix Cabinet // $2340
Gracious Rooms by Barbara Westbrook // $50
Square Moss // $370
Garcia Chair // $1000
Succulents in Stone Bed // $180
Buff Cowhide Pillow // $500

Shop more new arrivals to our web store right here!

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The Importance of Design Part I: Rebecca Atwood

Why is design important? In this series, we will talk with influential designers in the industry to get this question answered.

We are honored to begin with Rebecca Atwood, a Brooklyn based designer and artist. Rebecca creates home textiles using a combination of traditional textile techniques and hand painting. Every part of her product is carefully thought out, right down to the gold YKK zippers that are used on every pillow to guarantee the highest quality. The process is so important to her she has an entire section on her website dedicated to it (check it out here)!

Rebecca was kind enough to take a minute to have a quick Q&A session with us! Here is what she had to say on the importance of design.

1. I see in your about section, “Behind each design is a story drawn from her collection of family heirlooms, textures found in nature, vintage patterns discovered at the flea market, inspired color combinations from world travels or a composition from her sketchbook. “  Can you tell us the story behind a specific pattern that you particularly love?! 

Our marble pattern has a lot of personal history.  I actually learned the Suminagashi marbling technique during a parent’s weekend at Rhode Island School of Design with my Mom. We spent an afternoon marbling and I saved all of the papers. This technique of floating ink in a bath of water is very meditative and the resulting patterns remind me of the coastal landscape I grew up with on Cape Cod.  These papers were then scanned into the computer and I put them into repeat.

2. Can you describe your pattern design process in a nutshell?

My design process is a bit different for each pattern, but all of my designs start with a hands-on process. It might be directly painting on the fabric, folding and dyeing it – or working in my sketchbook with gouache, watercolor, ink, or cut paper.  I focus first on creating an interesting concept and then how to translate it into fabric. It may be digitally printed, screen printed, woven, hand painted or dyed.  Then I work on creating a mood board for a collection – I’m pulling together a color palette, pinning up inspiration images of rooms and environments, and mixing in my artwork. I love this stage of developing the bigger picture.

3. When did you first realize you wanted to make a business out of designing fabrics, art, and goods made from your designs?

When I was graduating from college I knew I needed a job, and textile design seemed like the closest thing I could do to painting and be paid. That was the start of my interest in the home décor world.  I worked for a few years at Anthropologie and then a small NY-UK based design consultancy company creating private label programs for retailers here and abroad while also consulting on trends.  I wasn’t actually sure I ever wanted to have my own line, but as things went along in my career it seemed like the next move.  I just wanted to dig deeper and develop product that I really loved and wanted to put out into the world. There is so much product out there, but a lot of it isn’t thoughtful, and I wanted to break through that mold.  I also wanted to control how and where the product I designed was being made.

4. What is something that really sets your business apart from others that might be considered similar?

I think the focus on the creative process is something that sets my business apart. I set aside time just to explore ideas without focusing on what they will become — I think that’s the only way to really allow for your best work to come forward.  We still do all of the hand-dyeing in the studio in Brooklyn. Hands on is so important.

5. What is your favorite item(s) in your current collection? Can you tell us a little bit about why you love it/them so?

I don’t think I can pick a favorite! I really love all of the pieces in the line, and it’s important to me that they are all pieces I would live with in my own home.  I’m constantly creating and so I’m always partial to what I’m working on next. Right now, for example, I’m working on our first collection of woven throws. I’m loving this departure into a new technique that’s so different than print.  Our shibori pillows from our current collection will always also be a favorite. I love how each one is unique due to the hand dyeing process.

6. What is your favorite way to spend a weekend? 

I love a lazy weekend at home with my husband and our two kittens! Going to a yoga class at Bend and Boom, making a delicious meal or eating at one of our favorite neighborhood spots, and just catching up on time together.

Thank you so much Rebecca!
Here is some eye candy brought to you by Rebecca Atwood herself!

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(photos are from designer’s website linked above)

Thanks for stopping by! You can shop Rebecca Atwood’s collection in our showroom or online at our webstore! Hope you have a great week!

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Why We Love Michael Clement

Our #LeeLovesLocal event is this Thursday and we are so excited to have artist Michael Clement join us! Michael is bringing his exquisite handmade lamps and bowls for the event. Each piece is hand-thrown or built and kiln fired in New Orleans. They are finished off with a unique pattern that is gilded in silver or gold… stunning!

As if that’s not exciting enough – Michael is making custom mini bowls exclusively for SummerHouse! We cannot wait for the mini bowls to join the rest of Michael’s pieces in our showroom. Check them out below.

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Are you gushing over these beauties like we are? Love. Love. LOVE.

Don’t forget – For The Love of Art is February 11th, 5 pm – 8 pm. There will be light bites, live tunes, Lauren Barksdale art giveaway, and custom Michael Clements mini bowls. Andddd you get to shop and give back to the community – 10% of all proceeds will benefit Stewpot. We would love for you to bring a $10 donation and/or bring a bag on non-perishable food items upon entry!

We hope to see you this Thursday!

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Web Store Wish List: Happy Home Scents

We hope you guys are having a great week!

Today our web store wish list is all about happy home scents! Now that holiday decorations (including candles!) are mostly up and packed away, the post holiday blues might be starting to set in. These candles are here to combat that! Add some freshness to your home with these happy smells! These are some of our absolute favorites!

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1 // Pool House: French Lilac // $59
2 // Essence of Florets Rare Botanic Candle // $50
3 // Pulp Candle // $56
4 // Game Room: Blue Bamboo // $59
5 // Carriage House: Magnolia Cypress // $59
6 // Gilded Leaves Rare Botanic Candle // $50
7 // Office: Rosemary Eucalyptus // $59
8 // Media Room: Spike Lavender // $59

 Shop more of our home scents online, or shop all of them in-store! 🙂

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Showroom Refresh

As many of you know, we update our showroom every week since we sell directly off of our floor and are always having to move sold pieces out and bring new pieces in!

Well, this week, we did this in a BIG way! We brought over lots (like… LOTS) of new pieces and the showroom could not look prettier!

Check it out… We are dying over multiple new pieces and vignettes and we think you will too! Prepare for LOTS of eye candy! <3

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If you see something you just have to have, don’t hesitate to give us a call! Our designers are here for you!

601-853-4445

Have a fantastic day! 🙂

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Sefte Living

Today, we’re featuring a beautiful company that not only provides gorgeous products but has a deeper purpose of bettering the lives of the ones who make the products. We would like to introduce to you SEFTE LIVING, owned by sisters Sarah and Jennifer.

SummerHouse gets to know Sefte Living's founders Jenn and Sarah // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Jenn and Sarah were kind enough to take the time to answer a few questions we had for them:

Tell us about yourselves! We know you’re a pair of beautiful blonde twins that appear to be very close! Where do y’all live? What about families? What do you do on the weekends? 

Jenn: We are bridged by the entire country! I am in the Bay Area (Marin County) and Sarah is in Tribeca, NYC. I have two little girls (2 and 4 years old). Sass has two boys (3 and 5 years old). We call each other’s children our ‘half-children’. I love Sarah’s boys as if they were my own!

Sass and I both try to connect with our families on the weekends.  I usually try to let my girls go wild in the woods in and around beautiful Mt. Tam. They wander and explore, fall down and get dirty. Growing up in Tahoe, I thoroughly believe in the combination of dirt and children being magical.  For Sass in NYC, a weekend is a far more cultural experience. When I was there a couple weeks ago, we took the boys to the Whitney Museum to see the Frank Stella exhibit. I thought it was a bit ambitious with two little guys under 5, but they loved it. There is a children’s art studio there that is spectacular. We spent an hour or so creating out own Frank Stella inspired masterpieces.

 How long has Sefte Living been in existence? What inspired y’all to start this venture?

Jenn: The business was born in 2008. Sarah and I had always been wanderers (and wonderers) by nature and had been living and traveling abroad for several years. Marriage and children on separate coasts required that we reassess how we stay involved in the world and with each other. Through Sefte, we found a means to stay connected with each other and with our extended sisters in Peru and around the world. It also provided us a means to show the ancient and exquisite weaving traditions we’d found in our travels and showcase it as art.

Since we mainly sell your throws, let’s focus on those: Do you have a favorite throw in your collection, or do they all get equal love? Tell us what you love about your favorite(s).  

Jenn: Indisputably, I would say that for both of us, the Paya Crocheted throw has a special place in our hearts. The Paya was the first design we completed with a cooperative of Peruvian women who literally crochet their way to financial independence. As they make each coin, they share their daily stories, gossip, laugh and cry together. This throw has true soul. There is a real human touch and a real human story in every one.

SummerHouse gets to know Sefte Living's founders Jenn and Sarah // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Are all of your throws produced in Peru? 

Jenn: Yes, all of our knits are made in the High Andes of Peru.

What does Sefte mean?

Jenn: Sefte means ‘soft’ in old English. It was this soft lens that we use to look at everything when we design and collaborate: Soft, muted colors. Soft textures. Soft on the earth. Softness is calming and creates moments of reflection and connection. It invites people to get closer.

What sets Sefte apart from other businesses of a similar nature?

Jenn: Anyone (well, maybe not anyone!) can make a beautiful blanket, but how many blankets have a soul? A real human hand that makes them? It is the craftsmanship that sets us apart. Sefte throws, blankets and pillows are made by native Peruvian women – a place and people very close to our hearts. These remarkable women have worked with the alpaca fiber their entire lives and recognize the finest quality fibers simply by touch. They give life to our knit, crochet and weave designs, adding an element of personality and depth of experience that is irreplaceable.
And we repay them for their craftsmanship as best we can: Most of our artisan partners in Peru are single mothers from the highlands who, due to the insufficient social system, have to provide for their families all by themselves. Sefte offers them a safe, fair place to work, a path to financial independence, and a means to preserve their rich tradition.

SummerHouse gets to know Sefte Living's founders Jenn and Sarah // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Sarah: I think what distinguishes us from other companies is a desire to create and inspire a lifestyle and culture of “getting closer,” slowing down, connecting with those you love, making every morning  a Sunday morning.  Inspiration comes from a simple moment that imparts a feeling of peace and serenity. It’s the same feeling that slowly wraps around you when you take the time to relax, read, reflect and dream. It’s a purposefully idle Sunday morning in bed and a whisper in your ear from the person you love. This slower, more deliberate way of living is woven into every piece we design. It is what we want to translate to our customers.

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We love love love the Sefte throws we have on our showroom floor! They’re genuinely spectacular and knowing the story behind them makes them even more so. Come visit us to see these beauties for yourself!

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Family Christmas

Some clients of SummerHouse designer Todd Prince had their beautiful home and Christmas traditions featured in the current issue of Social South Magazine! The Johnston family shares how they celebrate the most wonderful time of the year and why this Christmas season is just a little bit different as they eagerly await the release of Same Kind Of Different As Me, a movie filmed here in Mississippi of which Stephen Johnston was the lead investor and producer!

Todd had the pleasure not only of designing several rooms in the Johnston’s home for year-round use, but also of decorating for Christmas. He did a great job of allowing the beautiful Southern architecture of the home to shine through the simple holiday decor.

The full story can be read here.

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If you haven’t had a chance to flip through the whole issue, you can get to it here.

(( Keep an eye out for our pretty ad on page 4! ))

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Christmas at Interiors Market

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NOVEMBER
2015

Not only is Christmas taking over our showroom, but it has also overtaken our Interiors Market booths!

Marty has it looking really bright, happy, sparkly, cheery, and beautiful over there! All the things you want your holiday to be full of! Next time you’re in Fondren, be sure to stop by and pick up a gift or two for yourself or for those on your list!

Here’s what you have to look forward to!

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SummerHouse booth at Interiors Market // www.alwayssummerblog.com

These ornaments are one of a kind! Aren’t they cool and so unique?!
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These bags are also handmade and all one-of-a-kind! What girl doesn’t love an extra little bag for purse or travel organization?!
SummerHouse booth at Interiors Market // www.alwayssummerblog.com

DYING over these Rebecca Atwood prints… They’re numbered so these are available in very limited quantities!
SummerHouse booth at Interiors Market // www.alwayssummerblog.com

ALSO, while we’re all in the Christmas spirit, don’t forget about the 12 Days of Christmas fun we have going on in our shop in Ridgeland! More about that here! AND! Our third annual GIVE & GET Coat Drive is going on now, which you do NOT want to miss out on! Get the details for that right this way!

Thanks for stopping by! We hope your week is off to a great start!

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Our House

09
NOVEMBER
2015

As we do almost every week, we’ve changed up our showroom once again! And it is looking great! Marty and her team of help always do an incredible job of moving things around, bringing new things over, and accessorizing to perfection!

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We want “our house” to be new and exciting and inviting each time you come visit, so if you haven’t been in the past week or so, it’s time to come back for a visit!

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Next week, we should be all decorated for Christmas, so you’ll definitely want to stop by and see how that looks! 😉

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Reminder: Don’t forget about our fall sale going on right now! We have some pretty incredible markdowns all throughout the store. Like this entire table of lamps… all 35% off!

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Thanks for stopping by today! We hope you had a great weekend and that your new week is off to a great start!

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The Dark Side

21
OCTOBER
2015

Today’s Web Store Wish List is a little on the dark side! Who doesn’t love adding a little bit of drama to a space with something black, rich brown, or deep gray?

Check out our picks for richening up your space with some beautiful darkness…

Web Store Wish List: The Dark Side // shop at www.summerhousestyle.com

Clockwise from top left:

King’s Lamp // $1020
Tufted King Bed // $3660
Hide Nailhead Ottoman // $810
Satin Ebony Lamp Table // $900
“Early Spring #1” // $125
Black and Brass Box // $350
Paris in the 1920s // $195
Confetti Pillow // $150
Parsons Bowl // $120

Check out more of our new arrivals here!

Thanks so much for stopping in today! Have a great one!

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Pretty + New in the Showroom

12
OCTOBER
2015

Marty got the showroom looking extra pretty last week! We have some beautiful new pieces in, so come in and have a look for yourself! Here’s a peek…

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SummerHouse in Ridgeland, MS // www.alwayssummerblog.com

SummerHouse in Ridgeland, MS // www.alwayssummerblog.com

SummerHouse in Ridgeland, MS // www.alwayssummerblog.com

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