Sleep like royalty in bedding by La Jolla’s Symphony Home Décor
By Marti GaciochSymphony Home Décor, known for its luxurious custom-made soft furnishings, shines a spotlight on the bedroom as a personalized retreat.
“When you view the bedroom, it’s not just a place to relax, but a sanctuary. It’s a place for you — or you and your spouse — to build a relationship,” said décor assistant Kelly Bonacker.
“Couples always choose some place special with beautiful, romantic décor for their honeymoon, but we’d like to show customers that such a place isn’t something you just need for your honeymoon, it’s something you can have every day.”
The shop offers many styles of bedroom sets in both traditional and contemporary designs. A set comes with either a duvet or a coverlet, two standard shams and two Euro shams (slightly larger and include decorative trim), another set of square or round pillows or boudoir (neckroll pillows) and/or decorative pillows, based on customer preference. A choice of customizable bed skirts is also available in various colors or embellished transparent net designs.
“No one does the types of special techniques and finishes that we do. We create very small productions and many things are hand-sewn,” Bonacker said, adding Symphony Home Décor uses only the highest quality U.S. and European fabrics, including silks, brocades and jacquards and all the decorative trimmings.
Owner Symphony Moussighi designs and cuts the fabrics herself before guiding her team of artisans through the concept-to-completion process as they expertly assemble each product design.
“These bedding sets will last for a lifetime and they will pay for themselves,” Bonacker said. “But we want customers to know that even though this is very high-end quality work, our prices are very reasonable.”
All Symphony Home Décor’s soft furnishings — bedding, draperies, pillows, table runners, tablecloths and accessories — are produced in its San Diego workroom.
Symphony Home Décor
7447 Girard Ave., La Jolla
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