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Something Southern celebrates 20 years

Something Southern Design and Furnishings is celebrating 20 years in business.

The team of interior designers had an anniversary party Friday and will promote offers all month.

“It’s been an honor to work with so many great people throughout the Oxford community and surrounding areas for two decades,” said Becki Huelse, co-owner and Interior Designer Allied Member ASID at Something Southern. “Our entire team takes a lot of pride in catering to all tastes and styles and we are constantly growing and finding the latest trends. It’s been a fun ride that keeps getting better.”

Something Southern has been voted “Oxford’s Best Interior Design Firm” for the past 11 years, carrying an array of reputable brands such as Hunter Douglas, Hooker, Rowe, and Norwalk Furniture.

With more than 30 years of experience in interior design, the staff at Something Southern has always prided themselves on providing their clients with premier products at unsurpassed prices. It also has a newer location in Starkville.

“We approach plans from the inside out, placing a priority on furniture placement and traffic flow to ensure efficiency of design plans,” said Mark Huelse, co-owner of Something Southern. “We have done a lot of work with local artists and vendors, promoting their products in the store, as well.”

In honor of their two decade anniversary, Something Southern is offering a 20-day giveaway, awarding a prize to one individual each day from Jan. 8 to Jan. 28. Prizes will consist of various items throughout the store. Winners will be chosen through social media participation and in-store entry.

Something Southern offers brands with records of sustained quality and customer service. Primary services include professional design consultation, home furnishings, custom window coverings and bedding.

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