On Sunday night of the Design Bloggers Conference, we had an after party and it was hosted by Traditional Home Magazine and Ferguson. As you probably know Traditional Home is one of the top publications when it comes to interior design and home products and Ferguson is a leader in lighting, kitchens, and bathroom fixtures. Ferguson has recently opened a new showroom in Atlanta and that’s where we gathered for a meet and greet and to check out lots of eye candy. The showroom is gorgeous, it’s very open with vignettes of kitchens set up on one side of the showroom and vignettes of bathrooms on the other side. There are walls of faucets, shower heads and island displays showing off the latest in sinks for both kitchen and bath, the ceiling was covered in gorgeous lighting from the most simple pendant lights to incredible chandeliers. We were allowed to take all the pictures we wanted and believe me we did, here’s a tour of the Ferguson Atlanta showroom, thanks to Traditional Home and Ferguson for a wonderful party and lovely evening, Enjoy!!!
Isn’t this tub beautiful? I love the detailing on the side of it, definitely needs to be away from the wall where you can see all sides.
There are light fixtures everywhere if you can’t find the right fixture here then it doesn’t exist.
The Ferguson showroom is literally full of walls of choices, here we have a look at SOME of the shower heads available.
I was personally glad to see the tile they used on their floor throughout the showroom, this is close to what we’ve picked and ordered to use in our home. Everything and everyone looked great on it.
I have a weakness for lighting and these two really caught my eye. I love the clean lines and modernity of the silver fixture and how it looks like a contemporary lantern. The color and retro feel of blue fixture appeals to me as well in a whole different way.
As you can see the Swan Neck type of faucet is very popular.
I had to show this bubble light fixture just because it’s so interesting and I love the shadows it’s casting.
Taking something like subway tile and turning on its end instead of installing it laying horizontal adds a whole new look to this backsplash.
I really like this like fixture that’s front and center for over the island.