Memorial Antiques & Interiors is known as a great source for just the right looks in today’s interiors.
And that continues with the addition of some new dealers… adding spaces that are fun, traditional, industrial, a little bit glitz, and (even) edgy.
MAI welcomes Dallas antique dealer John Petty, who is also known at Marburger Farm, Ex-Cess, Urban Market,
and other places. He brings to our store in Houston an interesting look that mixes industrial, some traditional,
a little bit of elegance, and naturals, too.
Another dealer joins us from Dallas as well. Vickie Kienast, well known in Dallas and elsewhere for fine antiques,
brings fabulous inventory to MAI this month. Crystal chandeliers, architectural elements,
antique seashell chests, dining tables and chairs, starburst mirrors and other kinds too…
and that is just a sampling of what customers can find in her large space.
Meg Lonergan’s LeSeur Interiors brings pillows, pillows, and more pillows to MAI.
Sizes, colors, textures, fabrics… so much of what customers are looking for in pillows these days
can be found by Meg Lonergan. Here, a look at what’s in stock at the store now.
Dakota owners Cindy Redmond-Shoop and husband David are successful partners offering fine antiques in Houston, at
Marburger Farm, and elsewhere. Murals, candlesticks, upholstered pieces, secretaries, urns, etc., fill an inviting space on the
left aisle of the store. An object of note is a distinctive piece of furniture purchased directly from one of
Antique Road Show’s appraisers. What a find for our customers!