Luxury and style meet at Symphony Home Décor & Design in La Jolla

Luxury in custom provisions is the speciality at Symphony Home Décor & Design, 7447 Girard Avenue in La Jolla. (Courtesy Photo)

By Marti Gacioch

At a store with a name like Symphony Home Décor & Design, prospective clients might expect to find only the most exquisite furnishings and fabrics available, materials that express a harmonious agreement of design and color. They will not be disappointed when visiting the new store at 7447 Girard Ave. It will exceed their expectations.

In January, Symphony Mousighi debuted her store specializing in luxurious, custom soft furnishings: bedding, draperies, pillows, table runners, tablecloths, accessories and antique pieces of the highest caliber. All merchandise is elegantly showcased in the 1,370-square-foot space.

“We design and manufacture sophisticated, timeless soft furnishings and we can meet every client’s needs — from the person seeking a new bedspread to someone making over their whole bedroom or their whole home,” she said. “We also have a large antiques selection, so we can provide a look that people have in mind; we have beds, chairs, lady’s desks, tables, dining tables, vases, marble and bronze statues, bone china and even a piano.”

The store’s high-end fabrics, with a European flair, are primarily imported silk from Italy and France. Cotton and jacquard fabrics are also featured. Both the design and fabrication of all merchandise is done to the highest standards in Symphony’s San Diego workroom on Clairemont Drive.

“At our workroom, we create the highest quality product; we measure and install with our in-house experienced workroom staff and licensed installation team,” Symphony said. “We are devoted to serving our clients with ease and without delay, and we stand behind our work 100-percent, for we know that any successful business relationship is based on quality.”

Married with two children, Symphony said her inspiration to open Symphony Home Décor came from her own quest for custom curtains to outfit the large windows of her newly built home.

“When I began looking for fabrics, I got inspired by the patterns and the colors because they reminded me of how I grew up around fabrics,” she said. “I played hide-and-seek in my grandmother’s house, hiding behind heavy, rich burgundy velvet curtains with silver thread trims … the scent of the fabrics as I hid behind them, and the excitement of being found, helped inspire me to create the Symphony Home Decor & Design store.”

Symphony Home Décor & Design
Address: 7447 Girard Ave., La Jolla, Calif.
Hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday
Phone: (858) 454-7700
Website: symphonyhomedecor.com

Symphony Home Décor & Design is open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. (Courtesy Photo)

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1 Comment for “Luxury and style meet at Symphony Home Décor & Design in La Jolla”

  1. Tammy

    I love to decorate my house with luxury home decor. This looks like another good store to visit.

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