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home decor, furniture, interior design, carpentry, upholstery
Status Home Design opened in the Fall of 2015. We opened with 7500 sq ft, 10 vendors, and a small interior design office. Within the year, Status was able to add a 5,000 sq ft showroom expansion, 30 more vendors, and a full seamstress/upholstery studio. Interior Design took off and we added new designers to our family. Status continues to grow and evolve all the time. We are always introducing new merchandise, having seasonal festivals and store events, offering many different types of classes within the store, and offering pick-up and delivery services for our customers. Whether you are a regular customer or a first timer, please come by and say "hello!" We look forward to meeting each and everyone who walks through our doors.see our store
Our team's hard work paying off
Winner!!! Best of Gwinnett 2018
BEST FURNITURE STORE
BEST INTERIOR DESIGN FIRM
Thanks to everyone who voted for Status! We are honored and extremely grateful to win this award. Our goal is to make a difference in our community. Whether it's helping to make your house a home, or inside our store to assist you with any purchases you may need.
Status Life blog
Interior design, DIY projects, travel tips, inspiration, and MUCH MORE!
What is Status Life - you may be wondering? It's a different type of blog, written by primarily by Leta and others interested in sharing their stories. As a designer, I'm fortunate to get inside peoples homes. The best part is hearing their stories. Getting inside someone home is a personal experience. You are looking at memories, sentiment, and their most cherished space. Being at Status, I get to meet new people everyday and I always want to know them. I hate "fluff." I want to know what makes them happy, what they are struggling with, who their loved ones are. Where someone comes from is important, but I like to get much deeper than that. The best part of my job is forming these relationships and learning about people. People's perspectives on life, love, purpose, and family. Also, hardships like divorce, blending a family, losing loved ones, battling depression, anxiety, death, and grief. All of it is LIFE. I want to share these stories. People are fascinating and everyone has something amazing to give.
This is also a design related blog as I will walk you through design projects and cool DIY things I learn along the way. I will share amazing travel tips and recipes that are easy and family friendly. You will hear perspectives on the challenges of relationships and raising children.
The purpose of Status Life it to use everything I've been through (and others with stories to tell), to share something that might hit home, give guidance, or simply put a smile on your face. Faith has always been my guide and I hope my spiritual journey might encourage anyone going through dark times. We are ever changing and growing as people and I hope you will stay with me on this journey which is my Status Life.
LIFE WITH LETAI am Leta, but what's my last name? An invite to a party, prompts a hard question.
The time came to decide on a project to create during the party. Ugh! The choices are all personalized and I have no idea what to pick. I very quickly realized why I was struggling with these decisions. I am not married. I do not have any “established date “. On the design I chose, you are supposed to add your last name to the stencil and mine is currently Brooks. But, it is not really Brooks. I never changed it after my divorce because of my kids. But, I do not really hold ownership in that family anymore. My maiden name is Perry, but my kids have no claim in that name. So, I have no idea what name is going on this centerpiece.
DESIGN YOUR LIFEA Magnificent Makeover
Little did Karen know when she walked into Status Home Design, back in June of 2016, that she was not only going to make a new set of friends, these friends were going to help transform her new home.
LIFE WITH LETAA Kidney for Dad
A year ago I had the opportunity to give my dad one of my kidneys. This is part one of our story...