Designer’s store offers one-of-a-find pieces
October 17, 2015 - accent chair
For engineer home furnishings and décor during shipment prices, Sarah Cyrus Home is a go-to source for shoppers looking for fresh, one-of-a-find pieces for a home or office.
The store: Sarah Cyrus Home non-stop in 2014 in Atlanta’s renouned West Midtown Design District. Stylish and airy, a singular consignment-type store offers an heterogeneous brew of seat and accessories from tip showrooms, prohibited designers and homeowners in operation of styles, eras and cost points.
The owner: Sarah Cyrus grew adult in Chattanooga and attended a University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. When she changed to Atlanta in 2007, Cyrus initial worked in corporate sales before switching careers. She alighting a position handling a salon during a Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC), where she done pattern contacts and gained business experience. Last year, she started her possess design-driven business.
How a store is different: Customers have entrance to a register online. Every shipment object on a building is listed on a website.
Some recent/current consignments now available:
Custom Barbara Barry Mohair Sofa. Retail $19,999. Now $5,000.
Pair of Suzanne Kasler Hickory Chair Chests. Originally $4,000. Now $2,500 each.
Stan Topal Designed Entertainment Cabinet. Purchased for $10,000. Now $2,500.
Authentic Napa Valley Wine Barrels, $400 each.
Pair of lead Hancock Moore leather loll chairs, $1,400 each.
Popular present item: Greybill Downs signature scented candles. Our favorite, year-round smell is Tobacco Orange Blossom.
Always in demand: Lamps, accessories and smaller musical items. The incomparable items, like sofas, accent chairs and dining tables, are staples.
As seen in: Atlanta magazine’s Scout About Town in July. The store was also voted 2015’s Best Consignment Shop by Atlanta Home Improvement Magazine.
Atlanta’s home/design spots (other than my own): Bjork Studios and Atlanta Made (for one-of-a-kinds). My all-time favorite: Scott Antique Market.
Blogs: StyleBlueprint and Southerners and their Dogs.
Magazine: Traditional Home.
Instagram: Atlanta-based interior engineer Bryan Patrick Flynn @bpatrickflynn and Fixer Upper’s Joanna Stevens Gaines @joannagaines
Design pet peeves: Namely, wires: TV wires, flare chords, kitchen appliances and bureau equipment. They make a space demeanour cluttered and messy.
New (or re-emerging) looks we like …: A reduction of styles. we have business who have hereditary antiques and wish to brew them with complicated pieces and clamp versa. we consider interiors that incorporate such a brew tell a story and make for pleasing and suggestive home.
… and looks we am blissful to see go: I’m not certain a demeanour is strictly gone, though I’m saying reduction of a “Keep Calm” phenomenon.
Unusual request/purchase: A film set engineer purchased several pieces, that were to be broken in a scene.
Biggest pattern mistake we have done …: For my initial apartment, we purchased an overstuffed white leather sectional that cost approach some-more than we could afford. we went on to live in many apartments, though a lounge never came with me.
… and biggest mistake homeowners make: Buying an whole room of seat – where all is matchy-matchy — in one stop.
My personal style: Very traditional. Growing up, my father was a builder, and a home incorporated a lot of normal architecture. My mom would drag me on antiquing trips all a time. It contingency have burnished off.
Favorite square in my home: Since we was a teenager, I’ve had my eye on an antique arm chair that belonged to my good grandfather. It has sat in my mother’s garage for years portion as a dog’s bed. It’s kick adult and needs to be restored. we finally have a home for it, and we can’t wait to move it behind to life.
Dream project: I’m a large fan of HGTV’s “Fixer Upper” and “Rehab Addict.” One day, we would adore to revive an aged home.
Lastest project: Quarterly sale events. These selling events mix good mark-downs with internal sponsors and featured guests.
What’s next: Celebrating a store’s one-year anniversary Oct. 22.
Find Sarah Cyrus Home at:
Facebook: Sarah Cyrus Home