Indianapolis Monthly


FURNITURE AND DESIGN SHOWROOMS OFFER EXQUISITE examples of inspiring living spaces. But when you walk through your own front door, the decor inside should reflect your unique personal style.

“A house is just a house until you turn it into your home,” says Cindy Shockey, retail design consultant with Simply Amish of Indianapolis. “You put your personal spin on it by how you decorate it.”

There are numerous ways to tailor your interior to showcase your individuality. One of the most obvious is to order specially made furniture. Everything from Simply Amish is hand built and signed by the artist, says Shockey,

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