Ralph Lauren and Ernest Hemmingway meet Ian Schrager. The owner has her own individual style. You are instantly moved the second you walk in. Mixed are warm European leather winf back chairs, interesting lamps and chandaliers, hand selected asian garden stools, vintage alligator luggage, sleek entry tables, old oriental rugs, slip covered wing chairs with Hermes orange cashmere blankets draped over the back, french market baskets, worldly collections of bird cages, french linens, scented candles, interesting picture frames, estate mirrors and everything at more than reasonable prices. Don't miss out. This is truly worth the trip.
What to buy: The owner's goal is to to return from her travels with unique treasures. She expects her customers to fall in love with the selection the same way she did. Maybe it's a budda head from Tibet, a French pigeon cage that has been modified to be a coffee table on industrial casters, an extraordinary 5 story canary cage, or spice boxes from the middle east. Shoppers are sure to be inspired by the selection and display Shannon and her staff provide.
What to pay: Customers constanly remark the "prices are too low". That will never change according to the staff at Maison. "We're not into gouging our customers. Everyone is entitled to own special things without spending a lot." Items range from $10.00 to $2,000.00 with a few specialty items a bit higher. Accessories are less than $100.00 on average. Artwork ranges from $30 - 500.00. Furniture pieces have a broader range. Check it out.