See Gabby's blog posts on decorating with transitional furniture, eclectic furniture, and antique style furniture.

Style Maker Jennifer Prock’s One Room Challenge

Style Maker Jennifer Prock's One Room Challenge

The One Room Challenge sponsored by Calling It Home with media partner House Beautiful, in its tenth season, challenges twenty bloggers to transform a space over a span of six weeks. The designers share weekly updates, including sources and their design secrets.  Style Maker Jennifer Prock gave her guest room a fabulous makeover in the most recent challenge, and gives us a behind-the-scenes look. How did you get involved in the One Room Challenge? I have always enjoyed working on a project from conception to completion. I had been wanting to completely make-over my guest … read more

Design Profile: Pineapple Park in Woodstock, Georgia

Design Profile: Pineapple Park in Woodstock, Georgia

Pacita Wilson, founder of Pineapple Park in Woodstock, Georgia, an extension of Pacita’s decorating and design taste providing the highest quality home decorating and furnishing products, shares a little background on her business and design style.    Q: How did you get your start in design? PP: I was blessed to start my first business at 17 when I opened my own hair salon. I always enjoyed decorating my own home and had so many friends and family asking who my designer was that I finally decided to take a leap of faith to start a new … read more

Gabby Style Makes A Mark On High Point

Gabby Style Makes A Mark On High Point

More than 75,000 attendees descended upon the 11.5 million square feet of showspace spread among 180 buildings with more than 2,000 exhibitors to participate in the largest furnishings trade show in the world, High Point Market in High Point, NC. This highly discerning group of designers, retailers and editors were all curating through tens of thousands of new designer products to find the freshest resources for their clients. And the Gabby showroom did not disappoint, offering more than 100 design introductions reflecting sophistication and style. From the moment that you stepped inside the doors from … read more

Here’s a Sneak Peek of Gabby’s New High Point Introductions

Here's a Sneak Peek of Gabby's New High Point Introductions

  Each High Point Market the Gabby designers are driven to create high-quality pieces using the materials that our customers fell in love with at the previous market. “The spring market was flooded with reclaimed wood and a casual and relaxed feel, and products like the Arthur and August tables were extremely popular,” says Gabby Designer Hillary Park. “We’ve gone back and used reclaimed wood in a cool, new form.” Reclaimed Wood and Resin Since then Gabby has expanded reclaimed wood into case goods, such as larger occasional tables and mixed it with different materials, mostly metal. “From … read more

Design Profile: IBB Design Fine Furnishings in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

Design Profile: IBB Design Fine Furnishings in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

Shay Geyer, partner and designer at IBB Design Fine Furnishings, a full-service interior design firm & fine furnishings store known for creating beautiful livable spaces, in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, shares a little background on IBB, some of the shop’s best offerings and her suggestions for must-have Gabby pieces. Q. How did IBB get its start? IBB: IBB Design Fine Furnishings founder, Beth Rafferty, started her interior design business more than 30 years ago and has since grown into an award-winning firm encompassing a 40,000-square-foot fine furnishings store and design center. Q. Tell us a little about your design team. IBB: We have … read more

Gabby Shops France for Incredible Antiques

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If you’ve ever felt the thrill of the hunt, you know there’s nothing else like it. For antiques dealers, the adrenaline rush they get when they find that perfect, one-of-a-kind piece is like going over the edge on a roller coaster and knowing there’s no going back. It’s the ah-ha moment that stops you dead in your tracks. It’s the mind-racing panic of “How much is it? I don’t care! I have to have it NOW!” It’s what drives Gabby owner William White, and Gabby creative director, Chris Hutchens, to pack their bags for the South of … read more

Designer Profile: Mia Belotti and Maison Warehouse

Designer Profile: Mia Belotti and Maison Warehouse

Mia Belotti, the designer behind Maison Warehouse, an interior and exterior design store and licensed Summer Classics and Gabby dealer in Sterling, Virginia, shares info about how she got her start, what the shop offers, design tips and current trends. Q. How did you get your start? Mia: My family opened Maison Warehouse as Maison et Jardin, Ltd. in 1998. My mom and dad originally started the store to help furnish and complete my dad’s amazing landscape designs. We used to travel to my dad’s home country of France to bring back antiques and accessories to … read more

Atlanta Market Wrap-Up: Gabby’s New Designs this July

Atlanta Market Wrap-Up: Gabby's New Designs this July

Atlanta 2016 Every July, Gabby is thrilled to showcase hundreds of new products at Atlanta Market. We enjoy spending time with coworkers, customers, and friends while debuting our eclectic designs. Besides Friday’s wine tasting and hors d’oeuvres, one of the most exciting parts of market is seeing visitor’s reactions to our new products. This year, we introduced several alabaster items, including a side table with an interior light. Guests also got to see our renovated showroom, refurbished with a bold lattice floor pattern and a dynamic curved archway. As always, we strive for an overall bold and transitional … read more

Gabby’s 2016 Spring High Point Market Wrapup

Gabby's 2016 Spring High Point Market Wrapup

This Spring High Point Market has been a wonderful and rewarding time to see old friends, meet new people and learn from the top interior design thought leaders. Located at IHFC W-168, the Gabby private entrance on Wrenn Street continues to be a great landmark for clients to be able to find us, as well as a convenient drop off point. But most importantly, it allows us to stay open a little bit late to shop, party and have a cocktail. We’re a little smaller, so we work harder for you. Here’s the intel we gathered while putting in late nights: Many manufacturers introduced … read more