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501 North 9th Avenue
Pensacola, FL, 32501
United States


Welcome to duh for garden and home. Our store, located in Pensacola, Florida, offers an eclectic collection of furniture, home accessories and found objects from all over the world. Our collections emphasize texture/pattern and natural design elements from a mixture of cultures and eras. Our belief is this defines today's way of living in a comfortable, relaxed style with an elegant presence.


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This Month's Design Spotlight: Meet Lacy Phillips!

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1.Is there any design style that you favor?

Personally, I love classic, traditional design….antiques, wallpaper, symmetry, hanging a collection of plates on the wall!:) and working in with that clean lines, rustic finishes, or a modern pop so it all feels fresh and inviting. The beauty of my job is that my clients are all over the place with their “style”, so I am fortunate to dabble in modern, or coastal, or boho or a mix of all of the above!  Whatever the style, the same principles of good design need to be present - scale, proportion and balance - to name a few - and I am strongly passionate about implementing these principles in any project, no matter what the style.

2.How did you get started in design?

The passion for interior design has always been with me, but my initial career path was a little different after obtaining an English degree and Political Science minor. Then, while living in Dallas as a newlywed, I made the decision to return to school for interior design, and more importantly, became the assistant to a high-end residential designer. Dallas is an incredible interior design mecca and I am so thankful to have started my career in a city with so many resources and so much inspiration.

3.What/who is your design muse?

I love coffee table books and use them constantly for reference and inspiration. My most favorite designers, many whose books I refer to, include Shannon Bowers (my previous employer), Suzanne Kasler, Suzanne Rheinstein, Barbara Westbrook and Beth Webb. I also love design magazines, particularly Milieu, Southern Home and Veranda.


4.What excites you the most about the

future of design?

So many people crave simplicity in our crazy world, and technology and advancements have really allowed home life to become less complicated….performance fabrics on upholstery so there is not constant worry over pets or red wine on furniture, controls to set lighting moods with the touch of a button, porcelain tiles that look just like marble, etc. etc. While this is not always a direct reflection of how a space appears aesthetically, it ultimately enhances how one functions and lives in the space, which is equally important. I am excited to see the advancements that are ahead.

5.Favorite band or song of all time?

This is the hardest question I have ever been asked. My iTunes is the most inconsistent, random collection of music in the world.

6.Favorite project of all time?

The recent remodel of my personal kitchen! I wish I could say it was one of my many favorite client’s homes, but our new kitchen changed our family’s lifestyle as we spend most of our time in the space, cook much more and enjoy entertaining. 

7.Why do you shop at Duh?

First and foremost, I love the friendly staff who are always so happy to help and go the extra mile. But truly, Duh has the most edited, but vast, selection of furnishings, lighting and accessories in our extended area. I always say I could not do my job without Duh, as no matter the style, budget or timeline, I can always find fabulous, quality pieces.


Gifts for the Cocktailian...

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Join William Yeoward on his journey through London’s most stunning bars as he shares his passion for exquisite drinks and glamorous living in this, his compendium of iconic and signature recipes by some of the world’s most acclaimed bartenders.

In Glamorous Cocktails, William visits five of his favorite bars and chooses their trademark cocktails, including genius tips from their world-class bartenders. William also shares his own thoughts on making cocktails and, importantly, how to present them. As someone who is not only passionate about cocktails but also about crystal, he has the perfect knowledge and “eye” to advise and inspire. As William says, ‘Cocktails come in such a huge variety that there’s something for everyone and for every possible occasion – a birthday celebration, an anniversary, a first date, the closure of a deal or a surreptitious flirt.’ These cocktails cover a wide range – some are short, others are long, and a few contain no alcohol, but two things are common to all: they are delicious – and extremely glamorous.


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