Transitional, Eclectic, and Antique Style Furniture and Lighting

Gabby has created what we believe is one of the most compelling assortments of occasional transitional furniture, casegoods, custom upholstery and lighting products offered to the design and retail trade. We have showrooms across the country and invite you to join us to celebrate what drives our business… beautiful design.

Gabby was founded on the belief that many of Life’s Best Moments happen in and around the most intimate place in our lives…within what we call home. Our company exists to help deliver these moments to our customers. Our company exists to give our customers unique products that accentuate their style. We want our furnishings to help make the experiences that our clients have in their homes with their friends and family that much better because their environment is more aesthetically pleasing, more comfortable, and thus more compelling than it would be without Gabby.  We are honored to have our carefully designed pieces live in such a special place, in our customers’ homes. And we hope that they will enjoy our products as much as we have enjoyed creating them.

When Gabby founder William White started working on Gabby more than 10 years ago with his father, the founder of Summer Classics, they decided to name the business after William’s late Grandmother, Gabriella Comer White. This long-standing family business pays tribute her and to our hardworking family of employees who have contributed so much in making Gabby successful. As she always said, “Whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well.”

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Wendy Jane

March 22, 2019

Guide to Opening a Trade Account

Interior Designer Basics: Setting Up a Trade Account with Gabby Home Are you a practicing interior designer or business owner? If so, we are giving you the load-down on how to apply for a trade account with Gabby — enjoy! At Gabby, we understand that it can be intimidating as a new interior designer to open up a trade account. You have to meet minimums, have to have all of the correct forms in line, and take on the responsibility of collecting and reporting sales tax. Even though this may seem like a lot at … read more

March 12, 2019

Social Media Tips & Strategies with Marie Flanigan Interiors

Interior Design Marketing Strategies A powerful tool for design discovery, the expansive reach of social media can do more than just earn double-taps––it can be harnessed to drive business.  So, how have the industry’s savviest interior design marketer’s cracked the code on social strategy? With the help of Texas-based Gabby StyleMaker, Marie Flanigan, we unpack her toolkit to how the business of interior design has led to her social marketing success. Marie Flanigan Interiors (Instagram: @marieflaniganinteriors) has earned an impressive following of interior-enthusiasts. With a team of social-savvy designers and interior design marketing experts, it’s … read more

High Point Furniture Market [Sneak Peek]

Your guide to the hottest home interior trends found at High Point Market, fashion week for home furnishings. Fashion Week for the Home There’s no better place for seeing new product introductions in person, than at  High Point Market, the world of home furnishings. High Point is the interior design industry’s equivalent of NYC Fashion Week and happens twice a year, every April and October. Similar to Fashion Week, High Point Market is the go-to resource for interior designers, editors, bloggers, buyers, and manufacturers. These trendsetters travel all around the world to stay on top of … read more