Sponsor Spotlight: Gabby Home

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La Dolce Vita is pleased to welcome Gabby Home as our latest sponsor. Gabby is a family-owned company specializing in transitional furniture rooted in classic, traditional designs. The company takes its name from the founder’s late grandmother, Gabriella Comer White. Gabby’s collection includes US-made custom upholstery, dining and occasional tables, chairs, mirrors, and lighting executed with exceptional craftsmanship. Gabby prides itself in its use of innovative materials and finishes, recently incorporating antique French newspaper, rattan, bone, horn, faux shagreen, eglomise, and reclaimed wood into their collection of furniture. The breadth of the Gabby Home collection makes it a favorite among interior designers and design lovers alike who seek high quality, well-crafted, stylish furniture that will stand the test of time.

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{1. Charleston Sofa | 2. Anthony Mirrored Cube | 3. Christian Table with Limestone Top | 4. Welch Chair | 5. Ethan Mirror | 6. Fiona Console Table | 7. Gloria Side Table | 8. Hayes Sofa | 9. Julia Armless Sofa | 10. Merrill Side Table | 11. Irene Nesting Tables | 12. Stella Slipper Chair}

To see my picks along with the full Gabby Home collection, click here.

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