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FALL 2017

Ballantyne Magazine covers news, events, real estate, restaurants, shopping, health, schools and business in the upscale Ballantyne Area of Charlotte, NC.

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lighter in style and having a more streamlined look," she notes. At Vintage Home Charlotte, also near Carolina Place Mall, owner Kelly Carroll says solid hardwood dining tables that seat six to 10 are moving fast. "We keep a large inventory so there is not a long wait, and customers love that." Sideboards are also in vogue, Carroll says. "People like them because they have so many uses, so we carry a large variety of styles and finishes, from a lighter vintage whitewash to a darker, reclaimed wood look." Ginger Goff, husband Gregg Goff and their son, Greg (who has only one "g" at the end of his name), own- ers of District 5 Interiors uptown and Details Home Boutique in Park Road Shopping Center, just opened their second District 5 Interiors in Waverly. "The biggest trend right now is adding color to the palette," Ginger says. "Everything was monotone, but now people are adding pops of color and textures in artwork and pillows to achieve a nice blend." Green is huge, she adds, noting that the stores' No. 1 selling sofa is a green velvet Lillian August. Customers are also seeking dramatic lighting fixtures. "It isn't your basic gold chandelier, but a great hanging light fixture that mimics a piece of art and serves as a focal point," she says. Eclectic Selection As the country's population has grown more diverse, home "The biggest trend right now is adding color to the palette." — Ginger Goff, District 5 Interiors Right, Bottom: Vintage Home Charlotte near Carolina Place Mall is selling lots of solid hardwood dining tables and sideboards these days. Below: Gregg, Ginger and Greg Goff, owners of District 5 Interiors, recently opened a story in Waverly. BALLANTYNE FALL 2017 40 Feature

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