Best Home Decor Store of 2012: Grandview Mercantile
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The options for shopping local for home decor items continued to grow at a rapid pace in 2012. This year saw the opening of Tomorrow’s Antiques, Flora Home & Garden, Keen’s Furniture Loft and Aesthetic, just to name a few.

When it comes to picking their favorite place to shop for their homes, our readers go with a store with large ever-changing selection. Grandview Mercantile boasts antique items from 80 local dealers and resellers. The large and unique selection here means that you’re able to find new items on every visit.

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Mirrors cast magical spell on home’s décor
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Posted: Dec. 27, 2012 | 2:03 a.m.

The Christmas card arrived wrapped jewel-like in brilliant gold foil paper, and my wife and I were thrilled to discover that the traditional holiday greeting was accompanied by an invitation to join our client for what promised to be an elaborate, over-the-top dinner. We knew that for a fact because everything this client did was first class, always exhibiting graciousness and superb good taste. We were excited and couldn’t wait to see the decorations and taste all the goodies prepared by his personal chef.

We arrived on the appointed evening, perhaps a bit earlier than we should have, as we didn’t want to miss a minute of soaking up the fabulous ambience – not to mention the divine food. The valet took the car and we entered protected from the cold night air by the porte cochere that graced the main entrance of his magnificent Italiante-style home. It was a joy to visit him at any time of the year, but especially during the glittering, festive holiday season.

Talk about decking the halls with boughs of holly! It was a glorious sight to behold with most of the rooms lit primarily by candlelight that reflected off the mirrors that seemed to be everywhere. Funny, I didn’t recall so many of them; but I remember thinking that they must have been part of our original design plan, which, of course, they were. No…………… continues on Las Vegas Review – Journal

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