Monthly Archives: June 2016


Local Accents

By |June 15th, 2016|

One of our passions at AG is the process of finding and featuring beautiful, hard-to-find statement pieces to display in homes. Our showroom offers high end accents on constant rotation each month in an effort to give our clients access to these unique pieces, and as part of our partnership with local artisans. Here is a taste of what you’ll find next time you visit the shop!

Be sure to check in on our blog every week, where we have some great profiles lined up highlighting these outstanding artists and craftsmen.


Grace&Blake, Lauren Lachance, Tritter Feefer,
 Vrugs&Homes, Bernhardt, Regina Andrews, Europe2You

3 Designer Style Tips

By |June 2nd, 2016|

“Your home should tell the story of who are, and be a collection of what you love.” -Nate Berkus

Hello beauties! Summer is here, and we are so excited about the partners we’ve been blessed to work with this season at AG! The perfect weather has us buzzing for a crafty home project or stylish interior endeavor.

We love hearing from our readers, and one question lots of you ask is for go-to design ideas and tips when taking on a home renovation. Sometimes the excitement of starting a project can become a bit overwhelming when you begin laying out all of your plans and inspiration. How can you bring together all facets of your unique personality and beautiful lifestyle in one room? We always aim to represent our client’s distinctive style with each project, and over time, we’ve developed three signature design tips to making sure your project is just as vibrant as you.

Natural bliss

Bring the outdoors in by incorporating natural elements in your design plans. You can’t go wrong with whimsical wooden and bone accents, a cool and calming paint color, and plenty of light!

Details, darling

 Small items add interest and personality to a space. We love bringing in one-of-a-kind objects that represent our client’s best qualities. Sometimes, they even end up being our favorite parts of a design!

Make it yours

Rooms should feel homey and livable, which is why we always strive to design homes that work for the homeowner. When planning your space, remember to show off your favorite photos, display your personal collections, and keep your coffee table books. It’s your home! Let people see that when they walk in.





Gabby Home, Regina Andrews Lighting, Bliss StudioMade Goods
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