Twenty-eight years ago, husband and wife team Brad and Lynne Davis manufactured sofas in the back of their store warehouse. Today, the duo owns Ivy Interiors, a thriving furniture and design business in the heart of Millcreek. “We understand what makes high-quality furniture because we used to make it,” Brad says.
Ivy Interiors has stood the test of time because it appeals to a wide range of customers. Lynne and Brad seek out vendors and partners that help them create a one-stop shop for all furniture, case goods and accessories. “We always have an eclectic mix of variety and styles,” says Lynne. “And we never compromise on quality or comfort.”
The store feels comfortable because the Davis’ have retained their employees for years. When you walk in the door, it’s as if you’re seeing an old friend. “Our talented team is knowledgeable, experienced and dedicated to delivering excellent customer service,” says Lynne. “People tell us this is their favorite store because we have a friendly, relaxed atmo- sphere.”
If you’re not sure where to start, hire a designer. The team offers design consultations for a multitude of needs—whether you need a new sofa or a home design. “Hiring an interior designer helps you save both time and money,” says Brad. “They’ll help you pick the right-size piece, adjust spacing, choose a color palette or whatever you need.”
“Be aware of trends, but fill your home with things you really love. Mixing modern and traditional pieces can create interesting, eclectic spaces in your home.” — Lynne & Brad Davis, Co-Owners
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Light woods, clean lines and a neutral color palette with pops of color. We’re also seeing warm, earthy tones including black, burnt orange, caramel and blue.
Finding affordable large rugs for open floor plans and expansive wood floors can be a challenge. Many manufacturers are making beautiful rugs that look like hand-knotted rugs without the hefty price tags. Our showroom is filled with hundreds of rug samples.
To freshen a space quickly, consider updating your light fixtures, art or rugs. Remember, less is more; invest in statement pieces rather than many smaller accessories.
3174 S. Highland Drive, Millcreek