4 Chic New Southeastern Showrooms Worth Scoping Out


Founded in Homewood, Alabama in 2012, Stock & Trade Design Co. has expanded year over year with Southeast showroom locations in Atlanta, Destin and—as of this spring—Spanish Fort, Alabama, and Brentwood, Tennessee, where shoppers can source cornerstone brands Currey & Company, Bliss Studio, Jaipur and more. Next up: a Santa Rosa Beach, Florida location coming in 2021. stockandtrade.com

Loft-style office with exposed brick, open shelves and zebra artwork

After forming her business in High Point, North Carolina, in 2005, designer Lisa Sherry found herself commuting to Charlotte so often, she decided to cement the move with a brick-and-mortar studio. The industrial building, historically home to the Biltmore Estate’s first dairy distribution center, features a garage-style door for open-air workdays. lisasherryinterieurs.com 


Three soften woven plant bots with plants

SustainAble Home Goods, the 3-year-old, ethically sourced design brand founded by LaToya Tucciarone, had operated as a highly successful kiosk in the courtyard of Atlanta’s Ponce City Market since 2019. This month, it moved to a brick-and-mortar store on the mixed-use center’s second floor, where expanded square footage permits fresh additions like furniture, plus displays that invite shoppers to engage with the global makers behind each piece. yoursustainablehome.com 


Kitchen with veined blue marble backsplash

World-renowned for its craftsmanship, Christopher Peacock cabinetry will finally bow at the Nashville Design Collective this fall, marking the brand’s 11th luxury boutique. Five exquisitely detailed “rooms” are set to showcase lines like Peacock’s recently updated Lambourne Collection, taking its cues from a parish church in his English hometown. New release Hudson, meanwhile, captures a more modern mood. peacockhome.com