May 2014 News!

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Grace Home Furnishings Opening Palm Springs Location

ps_storefront_banner_smWe are very excited to announce we will be opening a new store in the Palm Springs Uptown Design District in Summer 2014!

Located at 1001 North Palm Canyon Drive, the new showroom will join other unique furniture stores, fashion boutiques and art galleries in this world-renowned shopping destination, featuring stores such as Trina Turk, Flow Modern and Wil Stiles.

The new Palm Springs showroom consists of 2,500 square feet of retail space and is currently being renovated. The Brentwood Village location will remain the flagship store, with the Palm Springs location focusing on design services as well as showcasing the Grace Home Collection© of Southern California manufactured upholstery, case goods and accessories.

Click to read full press release here – Grace Home Furnishings Palm Springs


Grace Home Furnishings Featured in February/March 2014 Traditional Home Magazine


On newsstands this month is the Traditional Home Before & After issue, which includes a Palm Springs design project by Roger Stoker and Michael Ostrow, owners of Grace Home Furnishings. The project features a mix of vintage and new furnishings and a bold color palette.

In addition to being featured in the print magazine, the project is also on the Traditional Home website, as shown below.

Click here to see a slideshow of before and after photos as well as sources for the furniture and accessories used in the project.

Grace Home Furnishings Traditional Home

Little Holmby Project Featured in Los Angeles Times

Cynthia Pett-Dante’s Holmby Hills home was featured in the January 25th edition of the Los Angeles Times as well as online in the “L.A. At Home” section of the website. Designed by Grace Home Furnishings’ Rock Roy and Michael Ostrow, the project features bold color and family friendly furniture and features throughout.

Read the editorial here on the LA Times website or view photos of this stunning project on our website here.