Visit our Design Center & Showroom

The world of interior design is constantly changing. New colors, fabrics, textures, artwork, accessories and even new building materials are being introduced all the time. Vogue Interiors prides itself on being at the state-of-the-market and presenting our clients with the latest product and material selections. Vogue’s 7,200 square foot Design Center and Showroom showcases what’s new as well as the timeless favorites that never go out of style.

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Vogue Interior Design’s beautiful showroom presents a wide array of indoor and outdoor furnishings and the accessories that will complement them perfectly. To ensure that our showroom reflects all that’s new in interior design, Vogue’s licensed professional interior designers join other designers from around the world for twice-a-year gatherings at the High Point Market in High Point, North Carolina. The world’s largest home furnishings market, High Point hosts over 75,000 design industry professionals annually and presents innovative and beautiful new products, unique merchandising concepts, and all the trends for the new design season.

Vogue’s designers also attend the Atlanta Market each summer and always return with spectacular new interior design accessories. Whether building new or remodeling, when it comes to interior design, it’s important to remember that accessories are just as important as the furniture selections. Accessories can add welcome bursts of color, create compelling memory points, and bring both warmth and dimension to your living spaces. Painted canvases, art pieces, floral arrangements, and collectibles are the finishing touches of any design and can transform your house into a home. Remember that it takes the trained eye of a professional interior designer to maximize the impact of your accessories and create that essential WOW factor!

Sandra Nelson Moye

Sandra Nelson Moye
Design Center Librarian

Design Center

With over 30 years of experience in the design field, Sandra Nelson Moye serves as Vogue’s design center librarian. Originally from Massachusetts, her career has explored a variety of paths focused on creating a look and feel that resonates with consumers, including clothing design, fabric design, graphic design, interior design, and textile design. She also served as an interior design instructor at The Atlanta College of Art for three years. Now, through regularly scheduled meetings with design materials suppliers, Sandra curates and maintains the Vogue’s design center’s vast collection of samples of the most up to date flooring, carpeting, wall coverings, lighting, fabrics, and numerous other products that can contribute to the success of a finished interior design. Weekly meetings with Vogue’s professional interior designers are scheduled to present and review what’s new. This constant attention to staying abreast of developments and changes within the interior design industry allows Vogue’s designers to present the latest selections to their clients.