Charleston Style and Design

FALL 2015

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238 CS D Belle Hall Shopping Center to rave reviews. The layout of this boutique-style retail store delights the eye with colors, forms and textures that lift the spirit. "We designed the store to have the feel of an art gallery, because that's really what it is," remarks Ferrara, "exquisite home accessories with fne art appeal." Ferrara's product line is vast—lamps, bowls, frames, fxtures, mirrors, sculptures, furniture—but each piece is surrounded by light and air to ensure the customer's overall shopping experience doesn't overwhelm the senses. "You'll never fnd rugs and pillows here," he remarks. True to his vision, Bella Décor features top names in home dé- cor not represented elsewhere Patra Taylor is a full-time freelance writer in Mount Pleasant. Find out more at BELLA DÉCOR HOME ACCESSORIES 616 Long Point Road Mount Pleasant, SC 29464 843-654-9263 in the area. "We carry Murano glass, which you don't typically see in other local stores," says Ferrara. "We carry an assort- ment of plates and bowls, large and small. Murano glass has been around for more than 100 years. These magnifcent pieces are items that are handed down, generation to generation." Ferrara handpicked Viz Glass chandeliers to include in his up- scale lighting line. This colorful glass art never fails to enhance the emotion of a room, bringing a multitude of palette alterna- tives to any home. Among his many offerings, Ferrara also stocks authentic crystal chande- liers. "Much of our furniture is from Art Max," he continues. "It has an art deco favor. Art Max also makes many of the amazing metal sculptures we have in the store." A professional interior de- signer is on staff at Bella Décor to assist customers with one piece or an entire room make- over. Ferrara promises to sell only one of any of the pieces found in his store. "Whatever we sell will never be repeat- ed," he notes. "We might offer something similar, but it won't ever be the exact same piece." At Bella Décor, customer satisfaction is Ferrara's highest priority. "We want to know our customers by name," he con- cludes. "We want to become everyone's go-to store for mid- to high-end home accessories with a metropolitan fair." 2

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