Zeb Grant, a local designer with a floral shop and home decor store in Downtown Madison is expanding Zeb Grant Design Home to the old Antique Sweets shop space on Main Street to add a bedding and bath line to the popular brand.

“We are hoping to be open by January,” said Grant. “We are excited to offer Madison and it’s surrounding communities a full turn key home design experience with our bedding and bath addition to the Zeb Grant family of businesses. Zeb Grant Bedding and Bath is coming to you by the Spring of 2022. Here we go again y’all!”

Zeb Grant Design Home offers patrons a wide selection of bespoke home furnishings, lighting, bedding, bath, art, custom upholstery, drapery and accessories.

Just a couple of doors down from Grant’s full-service floral design shop, the interior design store is located at 123 South Main Street in Madison. Next year, the home decor shop will offer even more luxury selections in the expanded space.

Grant, a Georgia-native, describes his line of home decor as a combination of “his love of design and appreciation of nature together.”

Both floral and interior design provide endless options for self-expression and unique creations tailored to each client’s tastes and personalities. Grant’s passion is to provide high-end gorgeous designs. Opening a second shop, and now planning an expansion, dedicated to interior design is the perfect way to live out that passion.

According to Grant, he developed a love “for classic and classically-modern design” due to his “proper Southern upbringing” and touts an eclectic repertoire for each and every design project.

“The layered mix of rare finds, antiques, found objects, modern luxuries, and keepsakes intertwine to tell each client’s bespoke story,” said Grant.

Grant said he is grateful for the loyal clientele he’s accumulated over the years and feels “extremely fortunate to work with the people I work with everyday in both shops, at events and at projects around the country.”

For more information, visit: www.zebgrantdesign.com.


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