almont yard garden party

I have always wanted to visit Almont Yard so when I found out Traditional Home and Lonny Mag were throwing a party to wrap up the Design Bloggers Conference I couldn’t have been more thrilled. Not only were we allowed the opportunity to walk through the showrooms, we mingled and chatted with some pretty fabulous people.

Clockwise from top left: Almont Yard signage, entrance into the garden area, lovely gift bags from TRADhome (a new online magazine collaboration between Traditional Home and Lonny Mag), and what would a party be without a few bevies?

Left to right: Julianne Covino (@CreateGirl and Jace Interiors), me, Jennifer Powell (@jenniferepowell) from Kravet, Jacqueline Corea (@coreasotropa and The Pink Chandelier)

Michelle Adams Editor in Chief of Lonny Mag and Stacy Kunstel of Stacy Style and Dunes & Duchess.

Garden lights in Almont Yard.

The studio space of Kathy M. Ireland was chock full of pattern, texture and colour. Overwhelming to some, but piece by piece the showroom was filled with inspiration.

Lucas Studios, small but mighty with fabulous furnishings and artwork.

Every corner I turned in the Nathan Turner showroom I found something I loved. So much so that I’m still contemplating the purchase of a fabulous item.

Almont Yard is like shopping in your backyard. It’s a quaint, foliage filled oasis of design goodness. When you walk into the showrooms you feel like you could be walking into someone’s living room as each piece is displayed according to it’s purpose. There are rarely duplicates which means you’re purchasing something truly special. I highly suggest a visit to Almont Yard, I know I’ll definitely be back.

Thank you to Traditional Home and Lonny Mag for hosting a fabulous party to end an incredible few days.


Comments 2

  1. Love the look and feel of the ‘living room’ setting of Lucas Studio with the slotted coffee table. Minus a few of the accessories.


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