The public is invited to join well-known Houston designer, Ginger Barber, and revel in the marvelous window displays she will create while enjoying shop specials at Memorial Antiques & Interiors to benefit Habitat for Horses, a 501-3c nonprofit that promotes and secures the safety, well-being and health of horses and establishes connections with humans who can benefit emotionally from involvement with horses. With teaser windows revealed on April 10, the premier windows will display on May 3 through the beginning of June and a percentage of proceeds will be donated to Habitat for Horses when customers special order a Kathy Oliver photograph during this time. On Wednesday, May 3, supporters will meet Mr. Munchie, Habitat for Horses’ own miniature horse, sip and shop the special trunk shows by Fig Tree Jewelry, Page Gregory Matthews Designs, Sydney Claire Home, Gretchen Carr Candles and more, while enjoying delicious food from The Waffle Bus food truck with a portion of proceeds benefiting Habitat for Horses.
Ginger Barber Interior Design has been a fixture in Houstonians’ homes, and their second homes, since she opened her firm almost 35 years ago. Her motto, “keep it simple,” shapes her calm, effortless looks with natural hues, textures and subtle repetitive patterns. Barber pays close attention to details, listening carefully to her clients in order to transform their homes into a retreat. Her extensive background in both traditional and contemporary styles allows her to methodically combine the two in perfect harmony. For more information please call 713.523.1925 or visit http://www.gingerbarber.com. Follow us: Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram (@gingerbarberinteriors).
Habitat for Horses is a 501.c3 non-profit that promotes and secures the safety, well being and health of horses by encouraging education concerning the physical and mental health of horses. The nonprofit also focuses on utilizing horses in the growth and mental health of humans, either adult or children, through education, demonstration and connection, and to study, promote, and enhance the proper training of horses through positive training techniques. Habitat for Horses actively searches and provides homes for those horses who are no longer able to be productive. For more information please call 409.935.0277 or visit http://www.habitatforhorses.org.
MAI Houston/Memorial Antiques & Interiors is a Houston interior design store that provides designers, decorators, and smart shoppers with today’s looks in interiors. MAI Houston offers an inspiring mix of unique antiques and current interior décor. MAI’s 50+ select designers and dealers fill 17,000+ square feet in three buildings with magazine-ready vignettes: French, European and American antiques, mid-century modern, custom lighting, original art, architectural and garden elements, new furnishings and more. MAI Houston is located at 8719, 8731 and 8735 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX 77024. For more information, visit http://www.maihouston.com.