A S A L E . . . right? Linda Gale White’s booth in Building 1 really has us seeing stars this week. Stars on numerous tags in her large space indicate discounts of 20%, 30% and more on quite a few items. Here’s a sampling of what’s on sale now.
An 18th c. painted Swedish console is on sale for $4,200. This recently upholstered Louis XIV period arm chair has been marked down from $3,500 to $2,650.
We spotted a pair of gorgeous painted and gilded Italian sconces, once priced at $3,900, now $2,200. Custom framed, hand-colored German prints are now priced at $475 each.
More items from furniture to accessories are on sale in Linda Gale White’s booth in Building 1. Hope to see you here soon!
Is it time to accessorize? When the heat of the summer has you down, there’s nothing like a few new accessories to boost your spirits! Below are snaps of accessories found on the aisles of Buildings 1 and 2.
Vignettes like this one in Building 2 can inspire you in your hunt for those perfect accessories.
Custom pillows may be just what you want to update your seating. MAI has more pillows than you can count, at all price points.
Pops of a different color can transform a room, and color is everywhere at MAI.
Original art, found items, books and more… whatever your style, you’ll find accessories to love – and to boost those end-of-summer spirits – at MAI Houston.
Thanks to a very nice turnout, generous underwriters, and designer Julie Dodson’s creativity, MAI’s Barks and Bubbles event was great fun. . . and even though the event was held last Saturday, it seems the fun is continuing!
Above are some of the lucky pups who found their “furever” homes at the event. We hear that they are enjoying their new homes, and their new owners seem pretty happy, too.
Whether lining up for NFL players’ autographs – Garret Graham and Owen Daniels – or browsing Lola’s Lucky Day puppy paraphernalia, customers enjoyed the day. The press attended, too, and this week they posted their own wrap-ups of the event. Thanks, Houston Chronicle and Fox 26!
Currently, MAI is continuing to ask customers to support animal rescue Lola’s Lucky Day by bidding on custom designed dog beds and crate covers. Come see them at Building 1 – you know your pup will love you for it.
MAI and designer Julie Dodson are hosting Barks and Bubbles, a fun-filled and heart-warming animal rescue event this Saturday, July 18, 11 – 3, at MAI. Please join us!
These cute pups – and others too – will be at our event, looking for their “furever” homes. Photo credit Julie Soefer.
Two animal-loving NFL players – Denver Broncos’ Owen Daniels and the Texans’ Garret Graham – will be signing autographs from 12 to 1.
Also, event-goers can find designer dog beds complete with canopies and cushions – see them in our front windows, here. Designer dog collars, too!
This event is graciously sponsored by Link Outdoor, Thompson Custom Homes, Lasco Enterprises, Dodson Interiors and Gibson Law Firm.
If you’re in Houston, you. just. know. It’s hot!
And here’s what’s hot at MAI these days, whether outside in your garden or inside for a fresh look.
Freshly planted succulents in vintage pots and antique garden urns are just starters…
If garden statues are what you want, we’ve got those too!
Furniture like you see above can be used inside or out, just like everything else you see in this post.
Want prices? These are all detailed in the garden section of our Shop Antiques page. Check them out!
Summertime means company’s coming, and we have the dinner solution for you!
Not menus, perhaps, but big dining tables for all those meals…
The two big, big tables above can be found in Building 1. For more details, check the Shop Antiques page here on our website.
If a round table better suits your needs, check out this beautiful 18th c. table found on our Shop Antiques page and in Building 1. It has two leaves, too!
The Italian table above is made from antique reclaimed wood – see it in Building 2 – and it’s even larger than it looks! Details are on the Shop Antiques page.
MAI’s three buildings are packed with tables of all sizes, shapes and finishes. Custom orders are welcome, too. Come see us soon!
MAI is excited to announce a fun and worthwhile event, to be held July 18 at Building 1. Mark your calendars and bring your friends. You might just meet a “furry and furever” friend, too!
You don’t have to rsvp, but we would love to hear from you! Click on this link https://www.facebook.com/events/1617230911890858/.
There’s nothing like a sale, right? Check out Ashley Radack’s gorgeous space in Building 1. She’s making room for an unloading, and we think you will love shopping her sale this week.
The entire space, up to 50% off! Now that’s a sale. Come see!
… or a lot? If you’re looking for color to refresh your home for summer, check out what MAI has for you!
Loving orange? All of these pieces are available in Building 2, and pricing can be seen on our Shop Antiques and Art Gallery pages.
If you have the “blues,” and want more, accents such as these are found in Buildings 1 and 2.
Coming soon: new windows as part of Building 2’s Designing Windows Series. (They’ll have lots of color. Come see!)
With all the rain that Texas has been experiencing, isn’t it time for some light to come into our area? Check out the lighting on sale now in a very large and very beautiful space in Building 1.
Stop by Faded Rose Antique’s space in Building 1 for spectacular lighting options, all on sale now through June 15.
MAI’s ongoing series continues! This month’s windows at Building 2 were designed by Melanie King Designs. We think you’ll love the look!