Visiting one of our three Gabby showrooms is the best way to experience the full effect of our furnishings, from the incredible quality to the stunning transitional style. But even if you don’t live or work in Georgia, North Carolina or Nevada, there’s still a way to see our furnishings in action. Thanks to Google+, Gabby products can now be experienced via an exciting virtual tour.
We’re thrilled to offer our current and future customers the opportunity to see Gabby products up-close and personal through a Google+ virtual tour of the Gabby High Point Showroom. Through the tour, you can see realistic examples of what our products might look like in different applications. For instance, you can view our coffee tables as a focal point in a living room or see what our chairs might look like in the corner of a master bedroom.
Not only does the Google+ virtual showroom tour allow you to see how our furnishings can enhance a living space, it also allows you to get a sneak peek of Gabby’s latest offerings at each anticipated High Point Market event. Here are a few examples of what was recently featured during the Spring 2014 High Point Market week.
See how our Bernard antique mirror coffee table, paired with a luxurious rug, can become a dynamic focal point and centerpiece for a chic living room.
Step into a sophisticated transitional living space with the perfect balance of metal finishes, textures, details and a crisp neutral color palette.
Take a glance at our Norman Dining Table — style spotted by designer Denise McGaha – paired with several seating options from our collection, including a tufted bench, that creates a versatile and unique look.
Our featured in our High Point Showroom was the Sutton Coffee Table, which caught the eye of Style Spotter Meredith Heron. In addition to the dark faux shagreen on this piece, Meredith shared she was particularly drawn to the unique shape of this transitional table.
See why geometric designs are one of the hottest trends in home decor. It’s hard to deny the gorgeous impact these end tables and chest have on the surrounding design.
Take a tour of Gabby’s High Point showroom to see more for yourself! Afterwards, make sure to tell us in a comment below which designs and furnishings are your favorite.
Learn more about the Spring 2014 High Point Market with our recent post sharing the newest home decor trends at the event.