Customizing items is one of the ways we love to help make your home “unique”. We are always striving for ways to make a room stand out and create a “conversation piece”. Here are just a few custom things we’ve done for some of our clients…..
This is a baseball bat flag we’re using in a young boy’s room with a sports theme. The decor out there is so limiting and ends up looking so “themey”. This is an upscale looking piece that this young boy can take to adulthood. I was thrilled to find Brenda from Autumn Place Arts who is an amazing reclaim artist!
This is one of those pieces we stumbled upon. We were sourcing products for an outdoor space and were looking for an inspiration piece. We worked the entire area around this color combination!! Symphony Antiques saved the day!!
This wine bottle planter is the work of J. Tedder Design. Jason reclaims old machinery pieces from his family’s farm in Blakely Georgia. Now is that a conversation piece or what?
We discovered these “doggie diners” at Woodstock Market in Acworth, Georgia created by India Adelia Design. They also have urban farmhouse artifacts repurposed and upcycled into furniture, home decor, chalkboards, shelves and much more.
And finally, custom monogramming is one of our favorite ways to personalize a home. MH Linen is an embroidery workroom that specializes in embroidered monograms on table linen, bedding, bath and baby linen. They aren’t your typical monograms, they create exquisite, unique designs.
These few examples, because they’re so rare, make your home stand out from the rest!!