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Elegant Accents

Shady Grove, Texas

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Elegant Accents specializes in heavily carved, antique reproduction furniture such as throne chairs, chaise lounges, Rococo and Victorian beds, bathroom vanities and much more. Elegant Accents also has access to great deals on traditional furniture - since we don't stock it, we don't have to have a huge mark up.

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10 April 2019

Beautiful merchandise and fast delivery. Excellent Service

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11 August 2018

Love it !!

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11 August 2018

Excellent service

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11 August 2018

Excellent product, excellent package and shipping!! And arrived on time -- highly recommend!!!!
Ady Decor, President
Ady Special Events & Rentals (ASER)

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11 August 2018

He's Drake McWhorter's dad and he makes thrones. I haven't bought one but he sounds pretty cool.

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11 August 2018

The owner took his Saturday to help us pack up, load, and move a HUGE bedroom set. Great service, great prices, and beautiful quality furniture!!!! Thank you Brandon!

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Q&As

Elegant Accents is a retailer offering unique home furnishings, not an interior design firm, but willing to work with you to achieve your dream home.

Elegant Accents specializes in heavily carved, antique reproduction furniture, but has access to tradition designs as well.

I enjoy meeting people from all walks of life who appreciate unique home furnishings. It always brightens my day when I receive emails from happy customers, many of whom share photos of their Elegant Accents furniture which I then post in the "Customers' Photos" album on Elegant Accents' FaceBook page.

I started working for an antique dealer in the early 90s who taught me how to take care of customers. In the early 00s, I started listing their product on eBay to make some extra sales on the side and by 2005, it became a full-time business for me.

I don't know much about interior design, but I'm brutally honest. Sometimes that means I lose a sale, but I'd rather lose a sale than have an unhappy customer.