Do you want to get festive for a Memorial Day cookout? Or are you already starting to plan your celebration for the Fourth of July? Memorial Day is only about a month away, and July 4 will be here before we know it. Check out these patriotic décor options from Paul Michael Company for some red, white and blue inspiration:
Tyler in our Lafayette location came up with this fabulous wreath, complete with the American flag and accessories resembling exciting fireworks.
Tyler also designed this Star-Spangled gem! How cute is this?!
Stop by a Paul Michael Company location to get ready for your upcoming patriotic festivities! We have stores in Lafayette, LA; Monroe, LA; Lake Village, AR; and Canton, TX. You can find addresses and hours for all of them on the Contact page of our blog. Simply subscribe to see all our updates on holiday décor, decorating tips and trends, Paul’s World and more.
If you’re wondering what it’s like to shop at Paul Michael Company, there are plenty of people who can tell you! Here are just some of the things people have said about us from Our History page and our Facebook page:
“It lifts my spirits when I enter Paul Michael’s. It’s a feel good place”
“…y’all are second to none!”
—Loralee Bennett Edmonds
“I was furniture shopping at the Paul Michael Company and I absolutely love it there. All the employees are so friendly and helpful. I’m totally going back!”
“This is the neatest place ever… and the customer service is ALWAYS top notch! I’ve never been here and been disappointed! The selection of things is so great and there is something for everyone!”
Stop by Paul Michael Company to see for yourself! We have four different locations: Lake Village, AR; Monroe, LA; Lafayette, LA; and Canton, TX.
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Earth Day is April 22, and the environmentally friendly holiday has us thinking about going green with furnishings and home décor. More and more, people are becoming aware of how important it is to make green practices and products a part of our everyday lives.
The importance of recycling was one of the things that prompted Paul Michael Company to start designing and manufacturing a line of furniture and accessories in Arkansas. As we explain in our history:
Today we refer to these original designs as Paul’s World ~reclaim, reuse, recycle, redecorate~ everything is 100% American made and the majority of items are constructed of architectural salvage and reclaimed wood that Paul has been collecting for years.
One of our exclusive pieces, for example, is this storage furniture made from reclaimed native wood and found, antique galvanized mechanist buckets.
Contact us to find out more about Paul’s World. Happy early Earth Day! How have you gone green at home?
If you love our carrot mesh design, check out this ice cream cone that’s perfect for spring and summer—or even creatively telling someone happy birthday!
Who needs a birthday card when you have this delectable cone to give?
Do you want a mesh ice cream cone like this as a sweet gift for someone you know? We can make them, or our wonderful Paul Michael Company designers can also show DIY enthusiasts how to easily do it themselves with a cone and wreath form plus mesh, or a smaller version made with a lot of “poofing” on top of the cone. Different color mesh can give the look of different flavors for the “ice cream.”
Just head to the Creation Station in your local Paul Michael Company to work on your ice cream cone. We have locations in Lake Village, AR; Monroe, LA; Lafayette, LA; and Canton, TX. Enjoy!
All ladies need a nice girl’s day out once in a while. If you’re itching for a fun day with friends, think about doing what this lovely group did and head to Paul Michael Company!
You can use the time to gather around a Creation Station area and make a custom wreath from your favorite spring colors, or you can enjoy taking time to browse the store—without your man looking at his watch every five minutes! Paul Michael Company is full of treasures, from fine decorative accessories to unique, locally made furnishings, so it’s always a visual experience.
All four of our stores—located in Lake Village, AR; Monroe, LA; Lafayette, LA; and Canton, TX—have Creation Stations for designing wreaths just for you. Like we mentioned on our Facebook page, if you’re getting ready for a girls’ day out at Paul Michael Company, call ahead—we’ll ensure you and your girls are well taken care of!
If you want a new look in your kitchen, you don’t have to spring for a full-fledged remodel. Switching out small accessories can go a really long way! Put out a bowl of colorful fruit on the counter, add a vase of fresh flowers and bring in new towels for a quick kitchen update you’ll love this spring. Here are some of the kitchen towels we have at Paul Michael Company:
These pink floral designs look fabulous with their red trim and cooking-related decorations like spatulas and whisks.
Roosters are a popular kitchen motif, and these black, white and red towels match this adorable apron!
If you love your leafy greens, these veggie-inspired designs are right up your alley.
Visit the Paul Michael Company Facebook page to see more of our kitchen linens for spring.
Have any of these designs caught your eye? Leave a comment about which is your favorite!
If you’re thinking about doing some last-minute decorating for Easter (which is this Sunday, April 8!) here’s some great news: Not only does Paul Michael Company have an array of decorative Easter items, but they’re also 50 percent off at all of our stores!
Do you feel like Easter snuck up on you this year and you’re trying to play catch-up? Are you hoping to add a few finishing touches to your spring and Easter décor before entertaining on Sunday? Be sure to stop by a Paul Michael Company store to check out our remaining Easter selection and enjoy the sale!
We have locations in Lake Village, AR; Monroe, LA; Lafayette, LA; and Canton, TX. You can find the addresses and store hours on the Locations page of our blog.
Do you have any last-minute Easter decorating tips to share? Just leave a comment below. Hoppy Easter, everyone!