These past few months Gabby’s Antique Style furniture has been featured in blogs and articles by some of the best writers in the furniture industry. Beginning in January with Gabby’s new expanded showroom at AmericasMart Gabby’s introductions have been a huge hit at every market since.
Furniture Today, listed Gabby’s reclaimed wood products in their, “Atlanta Bestsellers,” article.
The Edward Ottoman has been a hit since its introduction at the Spring 2012 High Point Market.
The Edward Ottoman, introduced in the spring of 2012, won editors, bloggers and customers over with its classic quatrefoil shape and tufted linen top. This linen and iron ottoman was mentioned twice by, Furniture Today, in their, “Best of Market,” features, and it is sure to win you over as well.
“Looking for a spot to put your feet up? This is the place! Gabby just introduced this tufted quatrefoil with metal base,” Marisa Marcantonio of StyleBeat. Photo from StyleBeat of the Edward Ottoman in Gabby’s High Point Market Showroom.
Marisa Marcantonio, creator of the fantastic StyleBeat blog, was charmed by the Edward Ottoman‘s unique design, and featured this photo in her blog post, “Petal Pushers: The Quatrefoil.”
Elements of Style also featured the ottoman in their blog post about Gabby.
Functionality meets style with the tufting and versatility of the Mollie Coffee Table. The white linen covered center pieces flip over to reveal a wood tray and storage space.
Another one of Gabby’s products winning the hearts of stylish home furnishings trend spotters is the Mollie Coffee Table. Doubling as a coffee table and ottoman with reversible cushion tray tables, the Mollie Coffee Table brings style and innovation to a new level.
House Beautiful featured the Mollie Coffee Table on their, “9 Stylish Storage Ottomans,” list. Describing the table as, “Talk about multifunctional. Seating, storage, and a removable tray all in one!”
Interior decorator, Bryn Alexandra, featured a photo of the coffee table on her blog after the fall 2011 High Point Market. She said she loved the table because of its multifunctional use and eye-catching appeal.
Antique French news paper accentuates the organic shape of the Claire Mirror, and this unique touch grabbed the attention of many people the home furnishings industry. Dream Walls shared pictures of the mirror along with the Marian Table and Janie Lamp in their High Point Market blog post.
Gabby’s Claire Mirror Pinned by the Las Vegas Furniture Market.