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Offering beautiful housewares and local goods, Savannah Home expands

Savannah Home Consignment Furniture and Home Decor has expanded their consignment space to accommodate more high-end, unique items. Paula Horn, owner and interior decorator, talked with Grice Connect's Jeneane Brown to provide an update on the new space.

Paula Horn knows beauty when she sees it. The Columbus, Ohio, native has dedicated her career to enhancing the decor of clients' homes through her Atlanta-based partnership, Staged 4 Show, as well as her interior decorating business in Statesboro.

She and her husband, Mike Horn, co-own the store, which they named after their granddaughter, Savannah. The couple relocated to Bulloch County a decade ago, and she opened Savannah Home Consignment Furniture and Home Decor two years later. Horn brings 30 years of furniture and retail experience to the consignment industry. Their store offers "upscale quality furnishings and accessories," and gives Statesboro shoppers a unique and elegant place to browse. 

"I carried our business down here, but people in Statesboro really did not know me," Horn explains, "I opened my consignment shop, so I could get to know people in the town, and they could build trust with me to hire me to decorate their homes or offices."

Within the last month, Horn has expanded Savannah Home Consignment Furniture and Home Decor to allow for additional consignment items. 

"I just felt like I need to grow, and I've felt that way for a while," Horn says. "I have so many people that want to consign and because of the space, I didn't have the room. So now we've opened it up and I feel good about being able to say yes to my consignors."

Co-owners Paula and Mike Horn

Horn uses the space to entertain interior design clients as well as feature local artists' work as their paintings adorn the walls of the expanded area. 

"I do bring artists in here too," Horn says. "I love original art."

Savannah Home Consignment Furniture and Home Decor offers home furnishings and accessories on a 60-day time frame. Most items are new or gently used.

"It's a basic consignment program; we give 50% on anything $100 or more," Horn explains.

In addition to consigning, Horn spotlights Statesboro makers in her showroom. "I'm very much into helping local people in the town with promoting their things, so I do have local honey, soap, and candles; I have custom jewelry," she says.

Horn's business is directly next to Three Tree Coffee at 441 S. Main Street. They are open Tuesday through Saturday and on Thursdays by appointment. 

For more information, please visit Savannah Home Consignment Furniture and Home Decor's Facebook page