Storey Home Design just celebrated their one year anniversary at Kenilworth Commons, and they’ve been a welcomed addition to the Dilworth shopping scene. Owner Shelby Storey Blackburn opened Storey Home last February after studies at Sotheby’s Art and Design Institute in London and working in the interior design industry in both NYC and Atlanta. In short, Shelby knows interiors and it shows as soon as you step foot in the Dilworth boutique and showroom. Inside you’ll find an array of expertly upholstered furniture, statement lighting, and hand-picked antiques that are guaranteed to inject some serious pizzaz into your home. Storey also offers both in-store and in-home design services and consultations, so now you have no excuse for your house not being completely instagram-worthy.

After a recent shop, we left swooning over the mix of modern and classic pieces contrasted with old and antique items that exude that perfect je ne sais quoi that you often yearn for in your home but can’t achieve alone. Here are just a few of the selections we shopped at Storey this week:

Drop Leaf Console – $2600

Lucite Tripod Lamp $295

Cairo Purple Lamp – $456

Banana Bark Buffet – $3696

Brass Leopard Chairs – $1495 each/$2800 set

18th Century Louis XVI Oak Commode – $4800 // $36 for mix and match set of 4 cocktail linens

Mohair Pillows – $350 each

Nailhead Pillows $237 // Leopard Metallic Pillow $180

Laura Duke Clutch – $155


Melissa Payne Baker Handpainted Glassware – $24 – $45

Chic Stays Coffee Table Book by Conde Nast Traveller

Vintage Keys – $48

Trinket Trays – $48/$110