By Tia Lynn Ivey
Zeb Grant, a local designer with a floral shop in Downtown Madison, has opened up a second shop in town, devoted to interior design.
Zeb Grant Design Home is now open, offering patrons a wide selection of bespoke home furnishings, lighting, bedding, bath, art, custom upholstery, drapery and accessories.
Just a couple doors down from Grant’s full-service floral design shop, the new interior design store is located at 123 South Main Street in Madison. Grant, a Georgia-native, is excited to bring “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 dedicated to interior design was the perfect way to live out that passion.
“We are a full-service florist as well as a gift, home, and decor shop ready to meet all your needs. Weddings, events, and local delivery for arrangements. We love serving Madison and surrounding areas,” said Grant. “This is not your typical florist, but it is a great place for those everyday flowers or extraordinary plant designs…along with our birck and mortar, floral and event business, we are a full interior design firm as well.”
According to Grant, he developed a love “for classic and classically-modern design” due to his “proper Southern upbringing” and is fascinated with the South’s “storied architecture and rich cuisine.”
Grant 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.
According to Grant’s bio, a natural flair embodies his creations reflecting the beauty of the South as well as the elegance of abroad…His education in Art History and Design combined with world traveling and firsthand experience of old-world design, helps bring the old and new together in all of his work.”
Zeb studied at Savannah College of Art & Design, as well as The Art Institute, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Art History with a minor in Interior Design. “Zeb studied Art History and Interior Design in the beautiful city of Strousbourg, France,” said his bio. “ Zeb’s education in Art History & Design combined with a firsthand cultivation of art appreciation define his ideals for the preservation of tradition. His proper Southern upbringing along with its storied architecture has defined his eye for classic and classically-modern design.”
Zeb is grateful for the loyal clientele he’s accumulated over the years. Grant said he feels “extremely fortunate to work with the people I work with everyday in both shops, at events and at projects around the country.”
Now a burgeoning clientele can take advantage of both Zeb’s floral and interior design expertise, with both shops in the heart of downtown Madison on South Main Street. For more information, visit: www.zebgrantdesign.com.