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Learn to ReVamp Vintage Books!
Space is limited, so hurry and reserve your spot today! Mention this ad for 10% off class!
Contact Palladio @ 901-276-3808

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Hurry Space is limited! Call Palladio Today to reserve your spot! 901*276*3808

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Famous Furniture Designer to the stars and founder of the One Step paint , Amy Howard is having one last Sample Sale. She is moving ! Items will be amazingly CHEAP!! Great gifting items too!
Showroom Furniture, raw furniture, samples, Fabric remnants, fragrances, candles , WAY too much to list!!
Be Early there will be a line to get it and be ready to grab what you want large items go very quickly.
Fri and Sat 9am!
3664 Cherry Rd Memphis, Tn 38118

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It's not too late to sign up for the Palladio Memphis One Step Workshop!

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Don't miss your chance to enjoy the Bragging Rights and learn to use the Amy Howard at Home One Step paint, gilding supplies and you also get your very own Amy Howard At Home Apron ($36 value)!!

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There are 2 Amy Howard at Home One Step Workshops coming up
March 28, 2014 10 AM and March 29, 2014 10 AM
there are spots still available.
Workshops are held at Palladio Antique Market in Memphis, TN
You won't want to miss this. Come learn to transform old and ugly to WOW and YOU can Enjoy the Bragging Rights!!

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January 25, 2014 at 10 am Amy Howard at Home One Step Paint Workshop at Palladio Antique Market in Memphis,TN !!
There are only 15 spots available so hurry and save your spot to learn how to Enjoy the Bragging Rights!! You won't want to miss this!

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I just returned from the LA Bloggers Design Conference. It was a huge success! We met a lot of great bloggers and I also realized that I needed to blog about what I love....... FINISHES! So, you will see my format totally change from here on out. My passion is finishes and textu
I enjoy posting beautiful photos of things that inspire me. However, my every day life of designing and making furniture is far from glamorous. I thought I would share with you some things that we have been working on the past couple of weeks. A lot of people still are not awar
Everyone who knows me knows how much I detest large plasma screens as the focal point of a room. When we built our home in Normandy Park we created a 4 panel screen that covered the TV above our beautiful stone mantle. I also love hinging framed prints of the same style and size.
I have noticed over the years that I am drawn more and more to simple lines and great textures. I have given most of my majolica collections away and don't love plates hanging everywhere anymore. I find clean lines comforting. Order! Everything has a place and is where it belon
I have always been captivated by all things blue and white. The combination is such a timeless,classic look. I enjoy using dead gray and white gesso furniture with very committed patterns of blue and white. Here are several amazing examples of blue and white with cream and gilt.
I am headed out today to do an install in one of design clients homes. I love doing installs, when it gets to the point that we are hanging paintings, putting in lamps and antique accessories. Everything starts coming together. I have a less is more philosophy with accessories.
Ok, so we are walking in Paul Bert on Saturday at the Flea Market. I am all about a great patina and painted furniture. I came across this adorable day bed. Of course, it is coming home with me. I loved the french mattress on top. You are starting to see French Mattress style uph