As mentioned below, our office is being relocated to our 72 Main Street location. This has been a very interesting process to say the least. We have realized that we might have a slight pack rat mentality and have had to purge a little. At the moment we are anxiously awaiting the movers’ arrival & our official arrival in our new ‘home’. It’s a stressful process, but exciting at the same time. I couldn’t help but share a few entertaining images from the process so far. Hopefully we will have a finished photo to share in a week or two!


Lots & lots of samples packed and ready to go.


Our new office is starting to look a little more like home.


Guess where the old desk used to be?! Oops!


Our handy man…not being so handy. Notice Paige is moving & Phillip is sitting. Guess everyone needs a break now and then? Oh well. Do I hear a moving truck outside? Time to run and whip that place into shape. Wish us luck!

More on the Southern Living Idea House


In the midst of all of this madness that is moving we are still very hard at work on all of our current projects. Paige has been busy making orders for shades for the windows and selecting a few final finishes for the Idea House. We were also sent the above rendering this past week that is an amazing representation of what the finished house will look like. Keep an eye out for it in the June issue of Southern Living.

Tracery is also lucky enough to be furnishing the Kiera Pool House that is located in the same development as the Idea House-Cinnamon Shore. It is going to be an amazing environment to sit back and relax poolside with a wonderful view of native landscapes.

Spring at the Shop

Here are a few photos from our Rosemary Beach shop that were taken earlier this spring.  Our shop features upholstery, lighting, antiques and vintage items and original works of art by several southeastern artists.  Located at 72 Main Street in Rosemary Beach, we’re open seven days a week during the summer beach season.  In just a few days, our Rosemary Beach office will be moving back into the shop giving one-on-one access to our design staff’s expertise.  Come see us soon!














[all photos by Michael Granberry for Tracery Interiors]

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Southern Living Idea House, Cinnamon Shore, Texas


[Paige’s photo from the site last week]


We are so excited to be designing the interiors for one of Southern Living magazine’s 2009 Idea Houses.  Located in the gulf-front development of Cinnamon Shore, located in on Mustang Island in Port Aransas, Texas , the house will be featured in the July/August issue of the magazine.  The entire Tracery staff is participating in the design of the project, which features our signature blend of antiques and vintage pieces with clean-lined upholstery and contemporary lighting. 


[Paige and Doug’s presentation to the editor’s of Southern Living earlier this month–lots of chairs, lots of people and lots of samples!]

The three story, six bedroom home was designed by our sister company Dungan Nequette Architects to accommodate as many people as possible–making it perfect for a beach vacation.  With our roots firmly planted in Rosemary Beach, we like to think we know a little bit about the coastal lifestyle, and the design of the interiors will definitely reflect that.  Installation is coming soon, so check back for updates from the house as we get closer to the end of this exciting project!

tracery on the blog bandwagon

tracery-sign-0072Welcome to the Tracery Interiors blog!   We want this to be a place where you can come read about the thoughts and ideas behind our designs as well as to stay up to date on the latest happenings in our shop.  We’ll be posting photos of our completed projects as well as some behind the scenes images of our latest works in progress.  We hope this will be a place where we’ll be able to share more about the people that make up Tracery and the passion for beautiful places that we put into every project.

If you’re not yet familiar with us, please visit our website where you can find our porfolio of work and more of the story behind Tracery Interiors.

It’s an exciting time for Tracery, with many great projects underway.  We’re excited to have a new place ot share what we do with you.  Enjoy!