Posts Tagged "ethnic furniture"

Ethnic Adds Flavor – Define Your Own Style

Posted by on 7 Oct 2015 in Gado Gado, Social Media | 0 comments

Come home to a space that’s unique and truly your own – so go ahead and define your own style! Our clients didn’t want to have to choose between the one-of-a-kind, ethnic pieces that called to them and the stream-lined functional style they needed. So, they decided to trust their creative instincts and use the pieces they loved for inspiration to make it all work. The Hand Carved Tribal Free Form Table, Carved Tribal Bench and Teak Slat Side Bookcase from Gado Gado mixed perfectly with their existing favorites. With the gorgeous pop of pumpkin shaded paint,...

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Mid-Century Modern Mix

Posted by on 27 Apr 2015 in Gado Gado, Social Media | 0 comments

One of our long time clients is in the process of renovating a home and she’s detailing the process on her blog:  http://detailssquared.blogspot.com/. Her and her husband have finished the living room and their pieces from Gado Gado look fabulous in their Mid- Century Modern Style space. The Carved Reclining Buddha, the Hand Chairs and the Curved Teak Bench, are a perfect balance to the glass and chrome shelves and coffee table (and that Mulberry colored sofa rocks!). Hand crafted Indonesian furniture, Art and Home Accents complement so many different...

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Eclectic Hacienda Style Conversion in Chastain Park

Posted by on 26 Feb 2015 in Gado Gado, Social Media | 0 comments

Our  client’s home renovation in the Chastain Park area of Atlanta was recently featured in the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Many of their purchases from Gado Gado are showcased in their beautiful home. Please visit the link to view the article and photos: Private Quarters: Eclectic Hacienda Style Conversion in Chastain Park      

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