If you follow along with me on Instagram, you may have seen that I attended an event several weeks ago in NYC. It was hosted by Ashley HomeStore and it was for the debut of their new furniture line, called mane + mason. The new line falls under the category of modern farmhouse. While I will always love chippy paint furniture, I do think this modern twist is a refreshing change.
The event took place at Gary’s Loft and there were two full floors of furniture on display. It was a beautiful venue, probably one of the best I’ve been to. This Dazzleton dining set was one of my favorite displays. On a side note, I was also very smitten with those floors!
There were several beautiful bedrooms on display. I really liked the herringbone pattern on this headboard. This is from the Grindleburg Panel bedroom collection.
This sectional (called Alenya) would be a perfect base piece for any style decor. It’s like Switzerland, perfectly neutral.
The counter height kitchen table from the Bolanburg collection could also be used as an island and includes built-in wine storage.
Around every corner was another beautiful display or vignette. These round wall shelves were beautiful.
Here is a look at the venue, Gary’s Loft. They have this very cool freestanding tub area which our hosts turned into the bar area.
I really fell in love with this antique armoire which also belonged to Gary’s Loft. My friends and I mentioned to the sweet ladies from Ashley that they needed to add something like this to their next line because we all really loved it!
Here is the kitchen area in Gary’s Loft, also amazing.
One elevator ride up and we were on the roof, directly across from the Empire State Building. That’s me in the middle with my friend Deb from Seeking Lavender Lane on the left. On the right is a sweet girl we met there who traveled by herself from the Midwest for this event.
This was definitely a cool experience, it was so well put together from the ladies at Ashely HomeStore! You can check out their new line of furniture and accessories here.