Farewell

Hey y’all,

It’s me, Laurel. Your friendly neighborhood blogger and SummerHouse family member for over 12 years now! I’m not real sure how to get this post going, so I’ll just start at the beginning!

The very beginning of my time at SummerHouse!

In the summer of 2007, right after I graduated from college, Lisa hired me to be the maternity leave replacement for KC, our receptionist at the time. Instead of just twiddling my thumbs waiting on KC to have her baby, Lisa let me come on in and play “fabric librarian” for the weeks leading up to KC having her baby! I had a blast that summer learning all about retail + design under the SummerHouse roof and getting to know everyone up here!

Right when KC came back from maternity leave, I jetted off to England for about four months to do the post-grad “living abroad” thing with a friend. The day before I flew home, I had an email from Lisa asking if I wanted to be her assistant! Of course I said YES!!!

I was her assistant for about four years, working on quite the range of projects and learning more about design than I ever dreamed, til going part time in 2012 to just do social media. I worked mostly remotely, but realized that (1) I loved being around my co-workers when I was physically in the store, and (2) my content was higher quality when produced from the store because I had a better finger on the pulse of the business, so back to the store I moved! I’ve been part time ever since then, and have really loved coming in all these years!

I’ve had the opportunity to help plan some really awesome parties, photograph some stunning homes, go on road trips with my co-workers, celebrate tons of milestones with the people up here, and just learn so much about life from the diverse group of amazing people who have worked here.

Which is what makes this next part SO hard.

I’ve continued my gig up here through dating my husband, getting engaged, planning a wedding, getting married, having a miscarriage, then having three beautiful healthy babies. My SummerHouse family has been by my side through it ALL. And I’ve had the incredible opportunity to be a shoulder and a cheerleader for my friends up here during their life ups and downs, too.

Although it has gotten progressively harder to be the wife and mom I need and want to be AND the employee I need and want to be, it’s been manageable.

Until recently. As some of you might know, my youngest son Dempsey was born completely deaf. We don’t really know why, but it is what it is. And of course we adore every single fiber of his being! We know God made him the way he did for a reason. But the time has come where I felt like I needed to really take a step back with work in order to be fully present for my family during this unusual season for us.

Dempsey has a surgery scheduled for August 22 to get bilateral cochlear implants, about which we are THRILLED! Isn’t modern medicine and science just such a blessing?! My baby will be able to hear for the first time when he gets “activated” on September 24th, about a month after his surgery. (The August surgery is for him to get his internal processors implanted into his little ears, then after a month of healing, his external processors will get turned on!)

We are taking part in a study with our hospital and our implant company, which will require some extra work, but of course we are thrilled that Dempsey will be getting seen super often by his fabulous team of doctors. We plan to start sending him to Magnolia Speech School as soon as we can, so I’ll be tearing up the roads here soon driving my kids all over creation! 😉

If you came to MayMod, you supported Magnolia Speech School in Dempsey’s honor. Thank you again for that!!!!

But all that to say, I don’t feel like I’m able to give everything I want and need to give to both family and to SummerHouse. And of course my family wins. And of course Lisa was SO understanding and sweet when I told her I had to step away. Because she’s just the best boss ever.

Family
Family

BECAUSE OF ALL THIS, I am thrilled to share that we found, not one, but TWO girls who will come in and take over my position! These girls are smart, talented, super cute, and have so many great ideas to take the SummerHouse brand to the next level. I could not be more excited about watching these girls do their thing! It’ll be a pleasure to sit back and watch them run.

And don’t worry, Lisa says she’s still gonna hire me for a little event planning here and there, so I’ll still be around 😉 Plus, after 12 years of working here, I’m gonna have to stop in often to get my home style fix. I’m spoiled by the most beautiful home away from home in the world!

Y’all keep an eye on our Instagram and our website to follow all the wonderful changes coming your way soon! You might not see as much here on the blog anymore, as we all feel that website and Instagram need to be more our focus. There’s a time for everything under the sun, and now is the time for the blog to take a little rest! 🙂

If you’d like to keep up with me and Dempsey’s surgery, please feel free to follow along on my blog and Instagram!

Be sure to say hello to Bailey Clunan and Hannah Mason next time you’re in the store, and keep an eye out for a little insta-feature on each of them! I’ll still be around until the 20th, so you might see me for a couple more weeks, too 😉

I’ll try to keep it together as I close this post by simply saying a big THANK YOU to everyone who has made my time here valuable, memorable, and beautiful. It’s been the absolute best 12 years of my life 🙂 I’ll always have a very special place in my heart for SummerHouse!

XOXOXXXXXXXX, Laurel

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Meet Mackenzie!

We have a new(ish) face up here that you need to get familiar with! Mackenzie is Lisa’s new assistant, but has been so busy since she started that we are just now getting around to her official introductory Q&A! I have loooved getting to know this pretty lady and I know you will too!

Tell us a little about you! Where you’re from, where you went to school, what you studied, about your family…

I’m originally from Byram and lived in the same sweet house that my parents still occupy until the day that I moved off for college. I grew up spending the weekends, if not entire summers, a little outside of Grenada at my grandparents’ home and our family land. This is the place that holds my heart and is where I run off to as often as possible.

I played competitive fast-pitch softball for as many years as I can remember and I also played in high school and junior college.

I graduated from Mississippi State with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design and spent the following summer interning in Washington, D.C. I eventually made the decision to return home and have since worked at a few different places in the Jackson area. I’ve gained incredible knowledge and skills from all of my previous work experiences and am happy to finally call SummerHouse my new home away from home!

I know there are probably 100 reasons why you love interior design, but can you give us one of the top reasons you love it? 

To put it simply, THE DETAILS MATTER. I love and obsess over the many ways in which a space can function and make you feel. I firmly believe that the architectural details of a space and the pieces within it are not only a representation of who you are as an individual, but can bring forth a variety of emotions, often without realizing it.

What inspires your design-loving mind the most? A certain city, restaurant, book, website…? 

So. Many. Things. First of all, Pinterest and Instagram are my two social media loves. A ton of the people and places I follow inspire me daily, both near and far. However, I’m a book addict and when there’s a little more time to spend, a good coffee table book will swallow me whole. Poetry of Place by Bobby McAlpine, The Nature of Home by Jeffrey Dungan, Library House by Thomas O’Brien and Château Life by Jane Webster are favorites, to name a few. And with all that being said, without a doubt, the English countryside is what makes my heart beat fast.

What is your favorite way to spend a lazy weekend?

My ideal lazy weekend would consist of the following:

Waking up with no alarm and a little rain outside,

Reading, writing or drawing while eating a bagel for breakfast,

Organizing and cleaning the house with music playing in the background,

Splurging on a trip to the florist, farmers market or Barnes and Noble,

Cooking dinner on the grill and having cheesecake for dessert,

Watching a TV show or movie in the evening with a blanket and some candles lit,

Reading before falling asleep in freshly clean bed sheets,

And to top all that off, one day I hope to have my own garden to work in and enjoy.

If you could travel anywhere in the world for a week, where would you go and why

I believe that we should travel as often and to as many places as possible. My list is never-ending; however, Scotland is at the top. The Highlands, medieval castles, rugged mountains, coastlines, secret gardens, the Hogwarts Express, Outlander, and quite simply, the history and traditions are several of my reasons why.

If you could take home one item from the showroom floor for your own home, what would you take?!

This one is difficult because there are several pieces I’m obsessing over on our showroom floor at the moment. However, I’m going to have to go with the very thing I have absolutely loved since day one – The Currey & Company Clifford Table Lamp. It’s elegant and timeless and I dream of having one on either side of my bed one day.

How do you take your caffeine? 

In true southern fashion – iced sweet tea!

What’s a little-known fact about you that people might be interested to hear? 

For as long as I can remember, I have appreciated and been attracted to “old” things. During my time at MSU, I found that this interest was more formally known as Historic Preservation and I like to attribute my time spent in and around Washington, D.C. to the early stages of my constantly increasing love of all things East Coast and European. With crossed fingers, I’ll one day continue my education in this field through a master’s program and until then, I’ll read every book on the subject that I can.

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Mackenzie, you are a total gem! We love having you here and love all of the things you love! Thank you so much for giving us a glimpse into you 🙂

Wishing everyone a wonderful week! XO, Laurel

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A Chat with Artist Charlotte Terrell

Art by Charlotte Terrell at SummerHouse in Ridgeland, MS

Happy almost weekend, friends! I hope you’ve had a great week so far. It was my recent honor to get to chat with new-to-SummerHouse artist Charlotte Terrell about her work and how art has become a part of her life! She was so gracious to share a little bit of her time with us to enlighten us and give us a glimpse behind her lovely work! I hope you enjoy this little chat as much as I did 🙂

LD: Tell us a little about yourself to help us get to know you! Where you’re from, about your family… all that kind of stuff.

CT: I was born and raised in Mississippi in the historic town of Columbus. I was an a great admirer of our handsome pre-civil war homes and gardens, especially Waverly Plantation from which I am direct descendant. There was not much art available to inspire me as a child, but I was enthralled by the multitude of amazing hand painted finishes that adorned Waverly in faux bois and marble. Perhaps this was a foreshadowing of the work I would do a decorative painter and muralist one day?

How long have you been painting?

I was always painting and drawing. As a teen, I turned a walk-in closet to my “studio.” Growing up I took art classes. After high school, I was fortunate to spend a summer in NYC painting at Parsons. My UGA landscape architecture degree required art studies, as well.

Can you tell us about the first painting you sold?

Though I was a professional decorative painter, I had not really painted in fine art in decades. A friend asked me to turn one of my decorative painted finishes in plaster and oils to something on canvas: my first mixed media painting. That was 2008 or so. These paintings caught the eye of a gallery and I was encouraged to do more of these mixed media works. Their exact words were “I think you got something here.” It was thrilling to say the least.

How do you stay inspired? Or what is your go-to source for inspiration? 

My love of 19th century landscapes is a never ending source of inspiration. I literally use my eye as landscape designer to to envision these ephemeral landscapes, placing a tree or creating a distant view as I paint.


Art by Charlotte Terrell at SummerHouse in Ridgeland, MS

What would you say sets your work apart?

 My technique using polished plaster and layers of oils and oil glazes to create these atmospheric, dream like paintings makes my work so identifiable.

What else do we need to know about you and your work?

I practiced as a landscape architect for NYC parks for fifteen years, while developing my skills as a muralist and decorative painter. These two passions have merged magically into my artwork. I am both fortunate and grateful to be doing this as a professional full time painter, something I would never have envisioned for myself. Yet, it is like a hand in a glove.

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Charlotte, thank you so much for your time!

I hope you enjoyed getting to know about Charlotte’s background as much as I did. Her work is truly stunning! Stop into SummerHouse Ridgeland to see these works in person. You’ll be blown away!

As always, thanks so much for stopping in today. It’s always nice to have your company 🙂 XO! Laurel

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Red, White, and *BLUE*

The importance of BLUE in Interior Design

As the Fourth nears, I thought it would be fun to continue a loose tradition over here on Always Summer to post Red, White, and Blue inspired rooms about this time every year (or so.) In the past, I’ve posted photos of projects done by other designers. This year, I wanted to keep it “internal” and post pretty projects by our people! Since they are magnanimously talented, and all! 😉

As I was searching for pretty pictures to share, the majority of what I found was BLUE related, so today, let’s celebrate some blue, shall we?

Blue is the color of the sky and the sea, making me thankful of all the freedoms we have here in the USA. Blue is associated with depth and stability. And those who fight for our country definitely give us that. Many shades of blue are beneficial to the mind and the body, fostering a sense of calmness and serenity. So, as you can see, blue is a color worth celebrating!

Here is a roundup of blue I think you’ll enjoy. Feast your eyes!

The importance of BLUE in Interior Design

Design by Lindsey Townsend. Photo by Jean Allsopp.

The importance of BLUE in Interior Design

Design by Lisa Palmer. Photo by Anna Goodson.

The importance of BLUE in Interior Design

Design by Lindsey Townsend. Photo by Anna Goodson.

The importance of BLUE in Interior Design

Design by Lisa Palmer. Photo by Jean Allsopp.

The importance of BLUE in Interior Design

Design by Elish Moon. Photo by Anna Goodson.

The importance of BLUE in Interior Design

Design by Lindsey Townsend

The importance of BLUE in Interior Design

Design by Lisa Palmer. Photo by Jean Allsopp.

The importance of BLUE in Interior Design

Design by Lisa Palmer

The importance of BLUE in Interior Design

Design by Lisa Palmer

The importance of BLUE in Interior Design

SummerHouse Oxford Showroom

The importance of BLUE in Interior Design

Design by Lisa Palmer. Photo by Anna Goodson.

The importance of BLUE in Interior Design

Design by Lisa Palmer. Photo by Anna Goodson.

The importance of BLUE in Interior Design

Design by Lisa Palmer. Photo by Jean Allsopp.

I love ALL of those spaces! Blue is not only beautiful in design, but it serves such a great purpose in relaxing us and reminding us of freedom. So take in all the blue. And red and white while you’re at it. And have a very happy 4th!

As always, thanks for stopping by Always Summer. XO! Laurel

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Update at Arco

Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon

Today I wanted to share some photos of the freshly updated Arco Avenue with you and I am particularly excited about it for multiple reasons!

(1) The owner of Arco Avenue is my sister-in-law Katie! 🙂 She’s the cutest!

(2) Arco Avenue is one of my top five most favorite stores in all of the world. I have large feet and they special order shoes for me and I just love them! (They also have normal size shoes for those of you with normal feet!)

(3) I got to take these pictures, giving me the opportunity to hone my skillz with my semi new camera!

(4) Elish is a design wizard and she and Katie work so well together that it’s truly magical (hence my use of the word wizard.) Side note: Elish helped Katie several years back when Arco underwent a pretty huge facelift, so this Arco update is a piggyback update on what they did together about five years ago!

Let’s get on with some pictures (you can check out the updated project page on our design site here!) then I’ll let Elish give you a little more insight into the design!

Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon
Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon
Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon
Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon
Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon
Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon
Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon
Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon

I asked Elish to tell us a bit about the behind-the-design-scenes and I love what she had to share!

“Katie, the owner of Arco Avenue (and its cute neighbor Row 10), came into Summerhouse one day and pointed out a fun lounger on our floor and said she’d love to use something like it to incorporate more seating into Arco. Katie’s ideas for her store are always on point, from a design direction and from a retail perspective. She’s consistent in what she’s drawn to and it’s always a piece that is also investing in the draw of Arco Avenue, so thankfully I never have to second guess anything on that front.”

“She fell in love with a gorgeous white sherpa material that actually happened to be durable and easy to clean! As I worked on incorporating the loungers into the layout, we realized we needed to do a bit of rearranging, and update the rug to fit our new configuration. I also suggested adding two potted fiddle leaf figs. It fit the aesthetic of her store and also livened up the space and brings the outside in with some greenery.”

“These new updates went hand in hand with a mini in store makeover with added shelving and display space to celebrate Arco’s eight year anniversary. Katie is truly the best to work with and I’m proud to say I get a front row seat as she grows her business and continues make it more and more successful!”

Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon
Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon
Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon
Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon
Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon
Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon
Arco Avenue in Ridgeland, MS // Interior Design by Elish Moon

And that’s a wrap! Kudos to Katie for her fantastic vision, Elish for expanding and executing the design vision, and YOU for reading!

I hope you have a fantastic day today. Thanks so much for stopping by! And if you are in need of new shoes, please be sure to check out Arco Avenue. They have a great online shop and ship for free.

XOXO! Laurel

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Find Your Gem

One of the biggest events of the year is upon us– our annual BACK DOOR SALE! If crowds lining up before we open our doors are any indication of how y’all feel about this sale, then we’re pretty sure you love it! 😉

Head on out to the former Norwalk Furniture location on County Line Road (same shopping center as Pier 1) on Friday morning for the best selection. We are confident you’ll end up with something you love!

Remember: CASH OR CHECK ONLY!

See you Friday and Saturday!

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Lately in the Ridgeland Showroom

SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi

Our Ridgeland showroom is looking particularly great right now! From what I’ve seen on insta stories, SummerHouse Oxford is looking rather fabulous herself, too! I just haven’t been able to snap any photos there recently, but I have been able to grab a few around my “home” showroom! Take a look and let me know if you see anything you want to know more about. OR, feel free to give the shop a call! 601-853-4445.

Thanks for stopping in today! XO, Laurel

SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi
SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi
SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi
SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi
SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi
SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi
SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi
SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi
SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi
SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi
SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi
SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi
SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi
SummerHouse in Ridgeland Mississippi
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More Outdoors || A Story and a Sale

More Outdoors

Spending time outdoors.

Is there really anything better?

The benefits are innumerable, especially for children. Here’s proof! I know it makes a huge difference to me personally if I need a little mood boost, or if I need to just feel a bit rejuvenated after a long day indoors. I especially love the memories I make outside with my kids since their imaginations are able to run completely wild and free without distraction from anything electronic.

Lately my older two have been catching these teeny little frogs in our yard and putting them in an old cooler that doesn’t hold water anymore, which I’m told is the frogs’ “beach house.” After a little beach vacation with plenty of snacks (leaves) and exercise (trying to climb out of the cooler), the frogs undergo a horrendous natural disaster (like a “spinning tornado”) that knocks over their beach house, at which time they are told to go home so my oldest son, who dreams of being a fireman, can come in and clean up the natural disaster.

I get to witness these newsworthy occurrences first hand from my lovely outdoor sectional with a big glass of ice water in my hand. My kids can come take a break from all of their frog-vacation-planning and disaster cleanup with me on the sectional and give me all the details of the things they heard the frogs say during that life-threatning tornado.

Oh how I cherish those memories that occur while we sit around on that sectional 🙂 I love that I have a beautiful patio with nice, kid-friendly pieces that will last for years and years. That sectional has a lot more memories ahead! These sure are our good old days. I’m really looking forward to when our youngest son can join the other two in the frog adventures 🙂

More Outdoors

So all of this leads me to ask, is your outdoor space where you want it to be? Is it inviting for memory-making? If you don’t enjoy spending time outside because you have nowhere comfortable to sit and enjoy what’s going on around you, or just need a visual reset because you’re tired of what you have, let me encourage you to fix that!

And guess what? SummerHouse is here to help you get that outdoor space in order! Now through June 15, we are offering 20% savings when you special order outdoor furnishings. And, even MORE exciting, we are offering 25% savings on in-stock outdoor furniture! We want you to love your outdoor spaces and want to get outside. It’s too good for you and the kiddos in your life to not spend more time outdoors!

Here are a few more inspiring outdoor spaces by SummerHouse designers that may help give you some direction in revamping your space. See what you think!

More Outdoors
More Outdoors
More Outdoors
More Outdoors
More Outdoors
More Outdoors
More Outdoors

Give us a call at either SummerHouse location to get the ball rolling on your patio, balcony, porch, sunroom, or whatever! We can’t wait to see what you have in mind.

Thanks for stopping by today. I love getting to share with y’all! Have a great week, friends 🙂

XO! Laurel

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Kimberly Moore Art

Kimberly Moore Art at SummerHouse

I am thrilled to share with you that we are now carrying the art of a fabulously talented artist, Kimberly Moore! All of us up here love her style and her eye, and we are honored to have her work adorning our Ridgeland showroom.

Let’s get to know Kimberly a bit better together, shall we?!

Laurel: Can you give us an overview of Kimberly in a nutshell! 🙂

Kimberly: I am married and have 3 children and a new grandchild! I grew up in South Florida, lived 18 years in Atlanta in my early 20s, then moved back to South Florida where I am now.

Laurel: Beautiful! South Florida is so pretty. So how would you describe your artistic style?

Kimberly: I would describe my style as abstract expressionism. I am heavily influenced by ancient Greek and Roman civilization and painters from the 1940s and 1950s.

Laurel: How cool! Now, I know from reading your About page that you draw from life experiences when you’re crafting your art. Can you tell us about a specific life experience and how it inspired a specific piece?

Kimberly: Sure! One of my favorite paintings came as a result of the impression left on me after I visited Pompeii. It was a profound experience for me and I find that images and markings rise to the surface of my conscience as I am painting based on such experiences.

Laurel: Very neat. I love that! I also read that you are open to doing commissioned pieces. Can you tell us about one of the most unique or commission requests you’ve ever received?! 

 Kimberly: I received a commission from a wonderful couple, one an interior designer and the other a graphic designer. Throughout the commission process I would send previews which they would critique with such incredible depth and understanding that they actually gave me a beautiful gift in allowing me to view and see my work in an objective way. I will be forever grateful to Keith and Jason!

Laurel: What a lovely way of viewing such process! I love that attitude, and I know you learned so much. Now let’s move on to how you finish these pieces… I notice that many of the frames used on your collage and ink pieces (and possibly some of your larger abstracts?!) appear to be vintage or found. Can you tell us about the significance of your framing?

Kimberly: I spend early weekend mornings scouring Estate Sales and Flea Markets looking for vintage frames. It is a leftover habit from my antiquing days. I have never lost the thrill of the hunt! I let the frame dictate the style of art I think is appropriate. 

Laurel: Well they are perfect and just give an extra element of uniqueness to your work. Now, what else do we need to know about Kimberly Moore Art? 🙂  

Kimberly: I spent the majority of my career in the Antique business and also was an Appraiser of Antiques and Vintage Goods which has definitely honed by eye. I am OBSESSED with Interior Design! I painted as long as I can remember but always for myself. I had been regularly doing the Scott Antique Show in Atlanta and my husband encouraged me to put a few of my paintings out for sale. I was so unsure of myself in the beginning that I signed my work ‘Lillian Howell’ which is my Grandmothers maiden name. (She is 97 and was thrilled to be known as an “artist”). My art was purchased by a number of very well known designers so I was encouraged to keep painting. I am so thrilled that people seem drawn to my art and now I paint full time (and sign my own name!)

Laurel: As you should! It’s absolutely stunning. I hope to have a piece of my own one of these days! 🙂 Well, I think that about wraps us up here. Thank you so much for your time, Kimberly. We love your work!!

Kimberly Moore Art at SummerHouse
Kimberly Moore Art at SummerHouse
Kimberly Moore Art at SummerHouse
Kimberly Moore Art at SummerHouse
Kimberly Moore Art at SummerHouse

Shop Kimberly’s work in our Ridgeland showroom, and be sure you follow her on Instagram where you can see even more of her pieces.

Thank you for popping in today. I hope you have a fabulous rest of the week! XO! -Laurel

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MayModness

May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi

Hello, and happy Monday! I hope you had a relaxing Mother’s Day Weekend 🙂

I wanted to give you a little recap of our May Mod runway show in the event that you weren’t able to be here! This has become an annual event with our friends and neighbors at Noggins Organic Salon and we have had so much fun the past two years that we most definitely plan to do a third annual next May!

May Mod celebrated local style in a big way with our favorite boutiques and jewelers. And all to benefit Magnolia Speech School, which helps kids like my baby boy Dempsey who was born completely deaf. I am so thankful for the wonderful souls at Magnolia, and am so excited that they were this year’s beneficiary!

May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi

I’d like to give a special round of thanks to, of course, The SummerHouse and Noggins families. It was an “all hands on deck” situation at both shops and we could not have pulled anything off without our amazing teams. Noggins, the hair y’all created was OVER THE TOP FABULOUS!

Big thanks to Brown Bottling Company for providing the Bubly and Evian waters to keep us all hydrated! Calistoga Wine, Madison Cellars, Briarwood Wine and Spirits, and Cathead Vodka for provided the spirits for the evening. BIIIIG thanks to Fizz Mobile Bartending for taking over the bar services and for creating the most smashing signature cocktail for our event: The Magnolia Fizz. Everybody loved it! And of course, The Karovan Bar, provided by The Scout Guide Jackson, made bar service so much better this year. We loved having an outdoor bar once the Lord answered our prayers of keeping the rain away and keeping our stresses at bay! 😉 (We were definitely sweatin’ it for a few days leading up to the day-of…. Rain ruled the first half of that week!)

May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi

If it were not for Great Southern Events, we would not have had pipe-and-drape partitions to keep the models quarters private, nor would we have had runway-side seats! They always do us right and we are so thankful 🙂

Modeling agencies Lucid Models and JEA Model Management provided beautiful people to walk the runway in the clothes and jewels from the represented boutiques. All of the models did such an amazing job keeping the show top notch. Sharon Coker was our photographer for the evening, and she captured the most beautiful photos. Most of the photos in this post are hers, minus the few that I snapped with my phone!

Prickly Hippie, a fabulous local bakery, did the coolest wall of psychedelic donuts that couldn’t have been more perfect for our event! They were a huge hit! In front of the donut wall might have been the most photographed spot in the building the night of the event. And La Brioche provided their signature macarons and petit fours for another variation of sweet treat.

Our very own Hathaway McMillon crushed it with the floral arrangements!

May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi

Service Printers, y’all did an awesome job on our programs. Martinson’s, thank you for providing the perfect pop of plant life and color for the focal wall. DJ AJC, you provided the BEST tunes, beautiful lighting, and wonderful acapella during the laptop fiasco! 😉 We love you!!

All of the beautiful looks you see in this multitude of photos were provided by the following shops: Row 10 Baby, The Rogue, Forty Four Fifty, Hemline, Maison Weiss, Blithe & Vine, Beckham Jewelry, Albriton’s Jewelry, and Kendra Scott. Be sure to hop over to our Instagram where all these fabulous businesses have been tagged so you can follow them!

May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by The Rogue
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Look by Maison Weiss
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Blithe and Vine
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Forty Four Fifty
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Maison Weiss
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Row 10 Baby
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Look by Beckham Jewelry
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Look by Blithe and Vine
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Look by Hemline
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by The Rogue
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Row 10 Baby
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Look by Blithe and Vine
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Forty Four Fifty and Hemline
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by The Rogue
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Forty Four Fifty
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Look by The Rogue
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Blithe and Vine
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Hemline
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Look by Kendra Scott
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Treehouse
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Forty Four Fifty
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Look by Row 10 Baby
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Blithe and Vine
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Treehouse
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Look by Forty Four Fifty
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Hemline
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Blithe and Vine
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Albriton’s
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Treehouse
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Look by Blithe and Vine
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Beckham Jewelry and Maison Weiss
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Maison Weiss
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Maison Weiss
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Looks by Hemline
May Mod Runway Event hosted by SummerHouse and Noggins Organic Salon in Ridgeland, MIssissippi
Look by Treehouse

Aaaaaand I think I’ve put about as much as I possibly can into one blog post, so I’ll call it a day!

Thanks again SO MUCH to everyone who participated in and supported our show. It was the most fun! Very grateful for each of you 🙂

Now go enjoy this pretty day! XO, Laurel

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Faces of Mississippi

Faces of Mississippi: SummerHouse

We are so proud of the people pictured in the photo below! Look for this page of Faces of Mississippi in the current issue of Mississippi Magazine when you get your hands on a copy. This hard working team is out to make homes in Mississippi (and beyond!) just a little more beautiful, all while delivering the highest quality of customer service.

And I can’t forget to mention all of the faces not included in this photo! The assistants, the managerial staff, the delivery team, the (ahem) social media… Ha! It takes a village to keep this place running!

Faces of Mississippi: SummerHouse

Perhaps the most important people who are not pictured are YOU GUYS! Thank y’all for the business, for the support, and for keeping us passionate about great design.

I think I speak for all of our staff when I say, we LOVE serving you! And thank you so much for choosing SummerHouse 🙂

I hope you have a fabulous day!

XO, Laurel

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SummerHouse Style

SummerHouse Style

Here’s a quick dose of SummerHouse style from both of our locations. Our showrooms are looking extra fab right now, so I figured it was time to share the prettiness! Plus, if you’re anything like me, you could browse interior design photos all day, erryday. Enjoy! 🙂

SummerHouse Style

SummerHouse Style

SummerHouse Style

SummerHouse Style

SummerHouse Style

SummerHouse Style

SummerHouse Style

SummerHouse Style

SummerHouse Style

SummerHouse Style

SummerHouse Style

SummerHouse Style

SummerHouse Style

SummerHouse Style

 

See something you like? Stop in and see us 🙂

I hope you’ve had a fantastic week! Thanks for stopping by 🙂

XOXO! Laurel

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Arco Avenue Is Popping Up in Oxford

Arco Avenue is popping up at SummerHouse Oxford

Oxford people, SAVE THE DATE!

Our favorite shoe store, Arco Avenue, is popping up in our Oxford location for one day only: TUESDAY, MARCH 26TH! Arco Avenue has the most fabulous selection of beautiful shoes in a wonderful range of styles. It is absolutely my personal favorite shoe store, hands down. We are thrilled that Oxford will get to experience some Arco, too! And not only does Arco Avenue carry shoes, but gorgeous jewelry, apparel, and accessories as well. I know you’ll love what you find when you shop this pop-up on Tuesday!

Here’s a peek of some Arco gorgeousness…

Arco Avenue is popping up at SummerHouse Oxford

Arco Avenue is popping up at SummerHouse Oxford

Arco Avenue is popping up at SummerHouse Oxford Arco Avenue is popping up at SummerHouse Oxford

Arco Avenue is popping up at SummerHouse Oxford

Arco Avenue is popping up at SummerHouse Oxford

Arco Avenue is popping up at SummerHouse Oxford

Arco Avenue is popping up at SummerHouse Oxford

Arco Avenue is popping up at SummerHouse Oxford

Arco Avenue is popping up at SummerHouse Oxford

Arco Avenue is popping up at SummerHouse OxfordOur whole team is so excited and I hope you are too! Be sure to follow us, SummerHouse Oxford, and Arco Avenue on Instagram to stay fully up to date!

See you beautiful people on Tuesday 🙂

XO, Laurel

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MAYMOD Tickets Now Available!

MAYMOD: A Runway Event

Exciting announcement: MAYMOD tickets are now available for purchase! 

General Admission tickets are $20 if you purchase now, or $25 if you wait until the day of the event. VIP reserved-seating tickets are $120 and are only available for purchase before the show! The first 25 VIP ticket purchasers will receive some pretty amazing SWAG BAGS that our friend Gareth at Noggins is working hard to assemble. You’ll definitely want one 😉

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The value of the reserved seat, even if you don’t get in on a swag bag, is that you’ll have a place to sit right next to the runway! We’ll put your name on a chair and nobody but you will be able to sit there. You’ll have the best view of the show. You’ll be able to get the best shots of all the action. AND, the money we raise is going to Magnolia Speech School, so of course it’s for a great cause!

Hop on over to www.maymodevent.com to purchase your tickets. We are getting so excited about all the #maymodness!

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Heavy On The Wall Color

Heavy on the Wall Color: Nine Stunning Rooms With Dark, Moody Walls

Maybe it’s the gray day outside, but today I feel super compelled to share some of my favorite interiors with dark walls! These moody rooms are anything but dreary, though. I actually love the life that a deep, dark paint color gives. 🙂 And a dark texture or wall covering just adds all the interest. Don’t you think?

All of these rooms were designed by SummerHouse designers. And they’re all just fabulous! Take a peek–

Heavy on the Wall Color: Nine Stunning Rooms With Dark, Moody Walls

Heavy on the Wall Color: Nine Stunning Rooms With Dark, Moody Walls

Heavy on the Wall Color: Nine Stunning Rooms With Dark, Moody Walls

Heavy on the Wall Color: Nine Stunning Rooms With Dark, Moody Walls

Heavy on the Wall Color: Nine Stunning Rooms With Dark, Moody Walls

Heavy on the Wall Color: Nine Stunning Rooms With Dark, Moody Walls

Heavy on the Wall Color: Nine Stunning Rooms With Dark, Moody Walls

Heavy on the Wall Color: Nine Stunning Rooms With Dark, Moody Walls

Heavy on the Wall Color: Nine Stunning Rooms With Dark, Moody Walls

Heavy on the Wall Color: Nine Stunning Rooms With Dark, Moody Walls

Heavy on the Wall Color: Nine Stunning Rooms With Dark, Moody Walls

Heavy on the Wall Color: Nine Stunning Rooms With Dark, Moody Walls

Our designers have touched on their favorite deep gray/brown/almost black paint colors in these blog posts:

The Best Paint Colors for Small Spaces
Bold Paint Colors
Our Favorite Fall Paint Colors
The Best Non-White Neutrals
Winter Gray Paint Colors

I absolutely love each of these spaces. They’re moody, yet therapeutic, if you ask me! 😉 And a great dark wall automatically ups the style of the space. Be sure to check out our Projects page and our Galleries By Room to get some more inspo. You might even find a few more dark spaces I didn’t include here! The hunt is ON. 😉

Ok you guys… Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope your week is off to a great start despite the grossness outside in our neck of the weeks. Check back soon, as we will be posting updates about MAYMOD in the very near future!

You are amazing!

XO, Laurel

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WE ARE HIRING!

SummerHouse Is Hiring

Do you have Interior Design experience, or know someone who does? If you do, and you (or your friend!) are looking to join our super fun, high-energy, creative work environment, then read on!

We are currently looking for a qualified, experienced Interior Design assistant to join our SH Ridgeland team. You need to be proficient in AutoCad, detailing millwork, kitchens, and bathrooms +. You need to be meticulous at handling complex budgets, timelines and schedules as well as thinking on your own, and a detailed, organized individual. You should be a strategic trouble shooter with thoughtful solutions and willing to travel. If you possess these attributes, please email your resume to lisa @ summerhousestyle.com. Salary + benefits.

Please only apply if you fit the description.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

 

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The Best Non-White Neutral Paint Colors

The posts we do over here on Always Summer focusing on paint colors are always our most popular ones BY FAR, so that reinforces the idea that y’all love to get our team’s opinion on the topic!

Paint colors are definitely tricky. I have heard designers asking other designers up here to look at paint colors with them because they really can be difficult! If you have even a slight doubt about which paint color to choose, I highly recommend getting a trained Interior Designer to weigh in. I promise you’ll be glad when you make the best decision on the front end rather than after multiple tries!

This edition of paint color help is all about those NON-WHITE NEUTRALS. Of course we love a good shade of white (our favorites rounded up here, and our favorite white-on-white pairings here) but when you’re looking to go rich rather than airy, white simply will not do! These non-white neutrals are all beautiful easy-to-work-with colors that provide richness and interest. Read on to see who loves what color and why!

The Best Non-White Neutral Paint Colors // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Interior Designer Emily Sanders: Oakmoss Green by Sherwin Williams
“I love bringing the outdoors inside in airy, light filled areas of the home. Sherwin Williams Oakmoss green is a neutral to me and since it’s a bit darker can make your white and cream pieces pop!”

The Best Non-White Neutral Paint Colors // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Interior Designer Katy Sanders: Dragon’s Breath by Benjamin Moore
“This is a dark neutral that missed well with both warm and cool tones.”

The Best Non-White Neutral Paint Colors // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Interior Designer Lindsey Townsend: Chalk Gray by Pratt & Lambert
“Chalk Gray is a beautiful neutral. It’s a very soft warm gray and can go with practically anything!”

The Best Non-White Neutral Paint Colors // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Owner and Principal Interior Designer Lisa Palmer: Onyx by Benjamin Moore
“I painted the walls and trim in my master bedroom this color and heightened up the drama! I chose an eggshell finish for the walls and a satin finish for the trim, cabinets and crown. All of my bedding, drapery and my bed is out of an ivory linen so the overall feel is really cozy and not dark at all. The carpet is a wool woven loop in a light caramel color so the main pieces in this space are light. I punched the bedding with 1 large long pillow in a deep charcoal and ivory velvet graphic to bring the wall color onto my sea of ivory linen. This super dark neutral is a wonderful background for a collection of charcoal or pencil sketches in various old gold frames. Take a chance and go dark!”

The Best Non-White Neutral Paint Colors // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Interior Designer Elish Moon: Edgecomb Gray by Benjamin Moore
“I was recently on a church renovation committee and decisions were challenging because the church was being updated, but in phases as finances allowed. I had to find a neutral paint color that worked with the new cooler color choices that also wouldn’t fight
with the warmer finishes in the more dated areas of the church for the time being. Edgecomb Gray was an ideal choice. It was beautiful, freshened the space, but also married well with the existing finishes.”

The Best Non-White Neutral Paint Colors // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Interior Designer Jordan Carter: Balboa Mist by Benjamin Moore
“One of my favorite paint colors is Benjamin Moore’s Balboa Mist. It has more depth than a white, but is light and neutral enough to work with any furniture or accent colors that you desire!”

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Interior Designer Jenni Hilbun: Agreeable Gray and Amazing Gray from Sherwin Williams
“It just so happens that very recently I was asked for a little color from my client. After I freaked out (“Why??? Color is so… Colorful!?”), I came through with two options that leave the feeling of color but still play nicely with just about everyone (meaning other fabrics of course.) Amazing Gray and Agreeable Gray. Two outstanding “colors” from Sherwin Williams. Of course having a lifelong affinity with the Baptist Hymnal and now the Methodist version, I lean toward Amazing Gray! Just tickles me.”

The Best Non-White Neutral Paint Colors // www.alwayssummerblog.com

The Best Non-White Neutral Paint Colors // www.alwayssummerblog.com

Blog Editor, Former Design Assistant, and Design Enthusiast, yours truly, Laurel Donahoo: Desert Twilight and Dark Olive from Benjamin Moore
“With the help of my friend Elish, we selected Desert Twilight for my husband’s new office. We needed something warm and masculine that could serve as a nice backdrop for some colorful art and bunch of stuffed ducks, turkeys, and deer. So. many. animals… But I digress! We used this color on wall and trim and it turned out beautifully. And in a little addition we are currently doing in our home, I did some research and selected Dark Olive for a new rec room of sorts. We are using this on the trim and walls as well. I know it’s going to be gorgeous. I can’t wait to see this room completed!”

The Best Non-White Neutral Paint Colors // www.alwayssummerblog.com

The Best Non-White Neutral Paint Colors // www.alwayssummerblog.com

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And there you have it! Our favorite non-white neutrals. Have you used any of these colors in your home or on a project? I’d love to hear which ones you love, too!

Thanks so much for dropping in today. Love having you here!
XOXO, Laurel

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Save The Date for MAY MOD

MAYMOD Runway Event

MAYMOD Runway Event

MAYMOD Runway Event

MAYMOD Runway Event

MAYMOD Runway Event

I. AM. SO. EXCITED.

Do y’all remember that killer fashion show we put on last year with our friends at Noggins Salon? The above pictures may help. 😉 It was A Midsummer Night’s Runway Event with all the glittery, fairy-esque goodness we could squeeze through our doors. Well, we are back for round two, and it’s going to be even cooler than it was last year (if that is even possible! Because if you were here, you remember how amazing it was. Such a fun night!) Our theme this time is MAY MOD. We’re going all modern in the month of May and the ideas we have circulating are simply great.

I think the reason I’m most excited about this event is because it’s benefiting Magnolia Speech School. MSS has become very dear to my heart because my third baby, sweet little mister Dempsey Donahoo (picture of his happy face here!), was born in November with complete deafness. He has profound bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, so my husband and I have started the process to get our baby hearing and speaking, and a major player in Dempsey’s journey has been (and will continue to be) Magnolia Speech School. We’ve begun early intervention therapy with MSS and we adore our interventionist. He is a doll and is a fabulous representative for this school that is doing so much to help the hearing impaired kiddos around our area!

We have a lot of moving parts and a few more details we are trying to nail down before we can present the full lineup of shops participating in the show, but for now…

SAVE THE DATE! Thursday, May 9th at SummerHouse in Ridgeland. 7 til 9 p.m.  Fashion for the whole family!

Tickets will be available for online purchase once we get that set up. They’ll be $20 for general admission or $120 for admission plus a reserved, runway-side seat. Also, two words: SWAG BAGS. But more on all that later!

MAYMOD Runway Event

Make sure you’re following SummerHouse on Instagram to stay well updated on everything regarding #MayModness (<< our official event hashtag.) We hope you’ll make plans to attend!

As always, thank you for checking in today. I hope your week is going smoothly so far! 🙂

XOXO! Laurel

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A Local Love Affair with Leontine Linens

A Local Love Affair with Leontine Linens // Lee Loves Local party at SummerHouse

Hi, friend 🙂 How are ya?

We’ve got some pretty gross weather in Mississippi this week (and sadly I think it’s supposed to stay gross through Saturday) but to reverse those blues that the weather is trying to dish out, I have some pretty pictures to share with you!

Both SummerHouse locations celebrated #LeeLovesLocal week last week with some lovely parties. I didn’t get to make it to the Oxford party, but I’ve heard reports that it was nothing short of perfect! The Ridgeland party, too, was basically perfect. We had the most stunning bedding and table linens of all time gracing our showroom floor. Leontine Linens, you are one amazing company!

Here’s a pictorial recap of our Ridgeland par-tay

A Local Love Affair with Leontine Linens // Lee Loves Local party at SummerHouse

A Local Love Affair with Leontine Linens // Lee Loves Local party at SummerHouse

A Local Love Affair with Leontine Linens // Lee Loves Local party at SummerHouse

A Local Love Affair with Leontine Linens // Lee Loves Local party at SummerHouse

A Local Love Affair with Leontine Linens // Lee Loves Local party at SummerHouse

A Local Love Affair with Leontine Linens // Lee Loves Local party at SummerHouse

Live music was provided by Barry Leach and desserts were by La Brioche Patisserie. It was a gorgeous evening and I loved getting to see so many of you! I know all of the SH staff enjoyed that, too 🙂

Are you as taken with Leontine as we are?

Thanks so much for dropping in. Talk soon! XO! Laurel

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Showroom Refresh

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

Hey there! I hope you’re having a good Tuesday so far! It may be a little bit gross outside here in Ridgeland, but things are looking beautiful and very un-gross 😉 inside our showroom right now!

We are getting ready for our Local Love Affair event tonight with Leontine Linens and y’all are in for a major treat if you are able to make it. Our Leontine rep just got to town and was showing us her samples and we all just about fell out from the gorgeousness. They offer embroidery and appliqué with both monograms and simple decorative edges and designs. It’s worth coming by to see with your own eyes!

In addition to Leontine’s prettiness, you’ll see our recently revamped showroom floor. Here’s a peek!

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

SummerHouse Furniture + Interior Design in Ridgeland, MS

Of course, there is so much more to see when you come visit in person!

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Ok, I really hope I get to see you tonight from 4 to 8 at SummerHouse in Ridgeland so we can oooh and aaah over all the Leontine while enjoying some bubbles together! I’m looking uber forward to it!

Chat soon! XO, Laurel

 

 

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