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Fix it and Finish it

First Fruit Collection has some exciting news....we have just finished filming two episodes for a new show on NBC called "Fix It and Finish It"!! Dave Moore at Dave Moore Company selected First Fruit Collection to be the designer for his two room renovations, we are so happy and honored that he chose us! Two families were selected in the city of Memphis, each with a room that needed major help! Our design team along with Dave Moore put our knowledge and expertise to good use by coming up with a design that would be functional, yet pleasing to the eye.  It was a rewarding experience to be able to give these two deserving families each a room they always dreamed of! Everyone set your DVR to record "Fix It and Finish It" at 11:00-11:30 Monday-Friday on Channel 5!! Our two episodes are set to air later this year. Check out to find out all the details of the show!! 


Ashley and our awesome producer Collin! 

Ashley and Dave with the camera crew on set of the first episode! 

Ashley guiding the homeowners in their DIY project! 

All the First Fruit team on set after a long day of filming! 

Ashley and Dave with the host of Fix It and Finish It, Antonio Sabato Jr.

First Fruit team after a long day of filming on the set of the second home! 

Dave says "Yeee-hawww we're done!!" 

Posted by Ashley Toney at Thursday, September 11, 2014

Happy Fall Ya'll!

First Fruit Collection customers, Don't forget to come and check out all of our fall decor!! Christmas will be going out in three weeks so you don't want to miss out on all the pretty Fall decorations that are displayed throughout the store! 

Happy Everything,

The Girls at FFC!

Posted by Ashley Toney at Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Fresh Perspective

 In life, completely starting over is not always an option nor can it be a desirable one. Just the same, many of us cannot/do not want to start a room completely from scratch. We have the reds/greens/golds existing in our homes and all we see around the stores are neutrals, grays, and blues. Naturally, this is very frustrating! FFC may have a new look, but we design for you! How do you get this new, fresh look without changing everything?? Easy! Slowly implement new pieces in with your current room(s). Liven your existing furniture up with new pillows. Swap out that old, dusty floral. Trade in the old coffee table for a new one--yes, mix your woods!! Working on a budget? That's fine! Take it one step at a time and look forward to the fresh, end product.

One of our designers, Jenna McPherson, worked with a client that had a beautiful, traditional home. This particular client wanted something to liven her living room. The main task was to update with new window treatments. However, she took it a step further and selected pillows for her sofa, as well. Pictured below is the "Before"--notice the pillows, as well as curtains. 


Next, you can see the transition happening. The curtains changed from a heavy print to a light linen fabric with small, chenille, raised dot. As you can see, the green, geometric pillow made this couch so much fun! Jenna recycled the 'displaced' pillows form the sofa on two chairs in the same room.  


Final product! New, fresh, and beautiful!


Happy Everything!

Ashley and the Girls at FFC


***Don't forget all instock furniture is 10% off this month!!***

Posted by Ashley Toney at Thursday, February 7, 2013

Now Trending...

It may have been a few weeks since we have returned from Highpoint Market, but we have not forgotten the fabulous, new trends. All of us here at First Fruit are very excited to let you all in on the current trends heading our way! Many of you have seen these trends in you homes, parents' homes, and even grandparents' homes. BEWARE! They're back and we cannot be more excited to implement them into design. Design--like life--is ever-evolving. So, open you minds and embrace the sophistication and richness!




Pictured in this Schumacher add, you can see the blend of linens showing menswear prints, wools, and animal prints. Fur/animal prints are a great way to add a little texture to a room, whether it is a covered ottoman, pillow, or even going exotic with a wallpaper. Speaking of wallpaper... notice the subtle print on the walls. Wallpaper is back-in-action and FABULOUS. We have picked up new lines and cannot wait to show you your endless options for the 1/2 bath or dining room that 'needs something'.




Pictured is the new, fabric line we have picked up--Osborne & Little. O&L brings smaller lines to the table as well, such as: Nina Campbell, Lorca, Phillip Jefferies LTD., and Designers Guild. These are all higher-end lines, yet come in larger widths (an English width is larger than an American 54"width fabric), and in most cases justifies the end price. But, back to market trends!... VELVET, VELVET, VELVETS!!! Solid and printed velvets are huge! If you cannot stand to repeat this trend, again, just try a throw pillow at first. Trust us, you'll fall back into love with this rich look. We could not find a showroom without seeing velvets, and could not be more excited!





This picture encompasses many of the big trends directly from the C.R. Laine showroom. We bring you rug ottomans! Not only will you see rug ottomans, but rug pillows have been ordered, too. These are a great way to incorporate texture and/or a print into any room. They are being used in both formal and casual settings. Next, the cluster of prints are a must. Whether they're matching or an assortment... use them! The metallic linens are to be expected on furniture, as well as accent pillows. Any fabrics with a sheen and/or texture are coming your way faster than Santa can say "HO HO HO"!




Caracole is another line we have picked up this market! We love the simplicity and design of their furniture. They are clean without being too modern and have a refined, rustic style (which we LOVE). Layering an animal print rug on top of another, brings a quirky, yet 'designed' look to your room.




Once again, we come back to C. R. Laine trends for Fall/Winter. Neutrals are still alive and kicking. This soft palette is to-die-for! Don't you just want to cuddle up in this room?! Mixing side pieces and woods are a necessity in design. With neutral palettes such as this picture, it's always good to have one piece within the room that brings some richness, such as the coffee table.



Ladies and Gentlemen, as we said, brace yourself. Change is on the horizon! The great thing about all the 'new', is how easily it can be

 incorporated into your existing homes. Everything comes back around and we cannot wait for everyone to see how easy it will be to update.


Happy Everything,

Ashley and the Girls at First Fruit Collection



Posted by Ashley Toney at Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Tis The Season


This year at First Fruit Collection is like no other in our history. Yes, we have still held onto the traditional red and green christmas, but we have some new introductions as well. This Christmas, we were wanting a clean, timeless look that will last throughout the ages. In our market shopping, turns out we were right on point with our new 'look' we were going for.

One of our store favorites for Christmas decoration this year is the deer pictured. It is large enough to be used outside or be the statement piece you need inside!


These deer are simple, yet classic. They are small enough to place on that chest or side board that just needs a little/extra Christmas spunk!


Another great way to dress up any area that needs the Christmas spirit is to place a smaller tree in a planter. Since the tree is smaller in size, place 2 to 3 ornament styles on the tree to keep a clean look. Placing too many ornaments and ornament styles will overwhelm the smaller trees.



Here at FFC, we looooove our driftwood! The Driftwood nativity is another one of our favorites for the season! We have flanked the nativity scene with silver christmas trees to give it a little sparkle and pop. These tree are another classic christmas decoration that will be beautiful for years to come.


Did we say that we looove driftwood, yet?? Last year, we introduced the driftwood angels. They were a HUGE hit and we did not order enough. We didn't make the same mistake this year! Even though we ordered more this year, they will not last long. Meredith's arrangements flank the sides bringing some life and natural color to the driftwood and burlap arrangement (neutral enough to be used year-around!).  


Placing medium/skinny trees next to your server will be a nice filler and addition for the Christmas season. Keep your existing lamps and add a nautral Christmas-scape in the dining room to allow for a beautiful Christmas dining experience.

Posted by Ashley Toney at Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Hello world!

Welcome to! This is your very first post. Click the Edit link to modify or delete it, or start a new post. If you like, use this post to tell readers why you started this blog and what you plan to do with it.

Happy blogging!

Posted by Meagan Walley at Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Christmas Open House

Christmas Open House Delayed!!

Christmas Open house is moved to Tuesday October 23rd….

First Fruit Collection will be closed Monday October 22nd.... The Elves caught a cold at the North Pole!! We are so sorry for the delay. Don't worry the beautiful Christmas decorations will be worth the wait!

Posted by Meagan Walley at Monday, October 22, 2012

October Happenings

Just a reminder of all the exciting events happening at First Fruit Collection this month! Don't forget the sale (15% off) on in-stock furniture ends October 20th. Also mark your calendars for our Christmas Open House!! It will be October 22nd- October 27th! You don't want to miss out on these important events!

*SALE*: October 1-20
Vesta Home Show: October 6-28
Market: October 12-16
Christmas Open House: October 22-27

Posted by Meagan Walley at Friday, October 12, 2012

Vesta Home Show- Beau Grandiose Domaine

First Fruit Collection has been working hard these past few months making this year's Vesta Home Show the best one yet... We have been working along side Dave Tucker of D&D Custom Homes to create a beautiful home, Beau Grandiose Domaine. First Fruit Collection provided all the lighting for this home, as well as designed the kitchen and all the bathrooms. 
D&D Custom Homes, First Fruit Collection, and Galleria Interiors worked together to create a beautiful home, and last night Beau Grandiose Domain was awared best Interior Design!! We also placed thrid in overall Best Home!!!
Stop by the Vesta Home Show October 6th- October 28th to see our design!! 

Posted by Meagan Walley at Saturday, October 6, 2012

So Many Things Happening...

As the weather begins to change and we say "Good-Bye" to Summer, First Fruit Collection is preparing for a VERY busy October! Our fall merchandise is out on the floor..we have arrangements, table runners, pumpkins, and precious owls just waiting for a comfy nest in your home! Not only is October our preparation month for Thanksgiving, it's the revealing of our Christmas Decor!! Our annual Christmas Open House begins October 22 and will end on the 27th. And, in order to make some extra space for this event, we will be having a SALE the first 2 weeks of October (1-20). Drum-roll, please.... 15% off all in-stock furniture!!

Next on the list is... the Vesta Home Show at St. James Place in Germantown. Although, we were not able to design the entire house, we have had the honor of contributing. All lighting, bathroom, and finish design has been completed by FFC. It has been such a fulfilling and fun experience! We'd love for everyone to come out to see our work and vote! The Vesta Home show begins October 6th and comes to an end on the 28th.

As a side note, Meredith and I are going to High Point Market in North Carolina from the 12-16th. Things will be trickling in upon our return! Perfect time to ask for a FFC Gift Card for Christmas.

Lets recap some dates:
*SALE*: October 1-20
Vesta Home Show: October 6-28
Market: October 12-16
Christmas Open House: October 22-27

Hope to see everyone around the store and Vesta show this month!

Happy Everything!
Ashley and the Girls at FFC

Posted by Candace Joseph at Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Designer Tips

Designer DOs and Please DON'T

You do not have to be a degreed designer to have an 'eye' or 'knack' for interior design. With publications such as House Beautiful, Veranda, Architectural Digest, etc., as well as the new phenomenon of Houzz and Pintrest, distinguishing a well designed space is very easily spotted. This readily available information allows one to find his or her style, likes, dislikes, etc. Therefore, these days, it's not only accessible--it's affordable!

If I had a quarter for every time I hear, "I know what I like... I just don't know how to make it come together!", or, "I've tried so hard to make this ____ (insert your room here) work, but I'm just tired and out of ideas", I'd be a millionaire!! But, as I tell these people, it's okay! That is what a designer is for! You may know that you like but, we know how to execute your vision and make it all come together! Interior design is very much problem solving.

Here's a little insight as to what we, as designers, say are the 'Dos and Please Don't' to your projects:

  • Do keep everything classic and simple. You want to make your decisions last!
  • Do choose at least one piece that reflects you or your family.
  • Do make a room chic but also livable.
  • Do look at the whole picture--be realistic and decisive.
  • Do mix.. not everything has to match perfectly! A perfectly matched room can look over-designed. 
  • Do keep an open mind when working with your designer... we do kind of know what we're doing ;)
  • Do re-purpose old pieces. But, spend the money to have it done correctly! 
  • Do be clear about your budget (if one) before working with your designer. 
  • Do mix your finishes. 
  • Do update your paint and light fixtures/lamps for a quick update. 
  • Do invest in artwork.
  • Do mix old and new, high cost and low cost.
  • DO invest in a good designer!! As designers, we are here to help you and work with your budget.
  • Don't get hung up on the tiny details, Remember the whole picture!.
  • Don't do everything at the same level of interest. Create contrast.
  • Don't buy mass-produced artwork. 
  • Don't try to fill a room with furniture.
  • Don't put something on EVERY wall... Walls need to breathe and eyes need to rest!!
  • Don't paint before hiring a designer.
  • Don't ask for too many peoples' opinions (this will simply confuse you--Trust YOUR instinct and your designer!)
  • Don't over accessorize... less is more!
  • Don't be afraid to make changes!
On the last note.... when your are ready to make these changes... DO come to First Fruit Collection to set up your design appointment!! 901-861-7111

Happy Everything!
The Girls at FFC
Posted by Meagan Walley at Wednesday, September 12, 2012

New Store Hours!

Starting the month of September, First Fruit Collection will no longer be open late on Thursday nights. We will be opening our normal business hours of 10:00-5:00. 

Our hours are Monday-Friday 10:00-5:00 & Saturday 11:00-4:00 

Happy Everything,

Posted by Meagan Walley at Thursday, August 30, 2012

Have we told you about Meredith!?

Well, Meredith McKinney has been First Fruit Collection's floral designer for almost 3 years.  Moving forward with our updated look, she has created an array of arrangements for the store. Can't find exactly what you're looking for? She will work along side you and custom design anything your little hearts desire. Many have had the pleasure of working with her and reaping the benifits of her beautiful work and kind heart. If we haven't convinced you yet, here's a little taste--Dig in!

Don't you hate when your fresh flower arrangement dies? This arrangement looks just like a fresh one straight from the florist--the great thing is it will never die!

This layered arrangement is a great way to accent your dining table or entry table
with fall colors!

This fall swag is great to hang above a door or to accent a cabinet.
It can work with any style room.

Succulent arrangements were all the rage at market..we saw them everywhere!
They are a great thing to use to freshen up any room :)

Happy Fall Ya'll! This arrangement is neutral and rustic, with lots
of different elements!?

Floral arrangements have been used in interior decorating for centuries.  While the style and colors of design change with time, arrangements are still being used to accent any room . As a designer, I believe that a floral arrangement is a great way to add a pop of color, texture, and life to a room.  So if you are looking for a quick update to your room or just to add a little life, bring in that old arrangement (thats been  accumulating some dust) and Meredith will be happy to redo or replace!

Happy Everything!
Posted by Meagan Walley at Thursday, August 16, 2012

10 Accessories We Love!

The Designers at FFC have complied a list of our top 10 accessories! Whether you want to re-decorate your entire room or just spruce things up a bit, this is a great place to start.

We love the natural elements this beautiful floral arrangement will add to any space. Designed by our talented Floral Designer, Meredith!

These bookends will add a touch of rustic elegance to any room!

Lanterns are a great way to take up space, while still adding visual interest.

We love this antique French nursery flat repurposed as a tray!

Beautiful candlesticks add a touch of elegance on a mantel or down a dining room table.

These colored books are a great way to add a pop of color to any room.

Pillows are the easiest way to update or freshen the look of any room.

We love these rustic frames! They come in 5 different colors.

This painted iron bunny is just so cute!!

Galvanized tin frame... Just fabulous!

Posted by Meagan Walley at Thursday, August 9, 2012

July Special

For the Month of July

all in-stock Furniture

15% off?!

*excludes sale merchandise

Posted by Meagan Walley at Thursday, July 5, 2012

The Wedding

The wedding of Cannon and Ashley took place on
May 25, 2012 at Heartwood Hall in Piperton, TN.
It was one of the most memorable days of my
life . . . magical in every way. 

The venue was amazing to say the least.  The
wedding was held in the "Four Seasons Garden",
the coctails and horderves were served in the
pool/porch area, and the reception was held
in the barn.  The staff at Heartwood Hall was
so courteous and easy to work with.  The food
was delicious, fresh and hot.  We received so
many compliments from our guests about how
wonderful everything was. 

The wedding dress turned out beautiful and
she was stunning in it.  The gown was designed
by Ashley and sewn with love by me.  It was
definitely a gift of love and I was so proud to
see her wear it. 

If you would like to view photos of the wedding:

I never thought I would say this . . . but
I am sad that the wedding is over.  I don't
know what we will talk about now.  The
beginning of every conversation for the
last year has been "For the wedding, or
I saw this great wedding idea on Pinterest"!

Now I look forward to some "me time" . . .
only until I find something on Pinterest to try!

Happy Decorating,


Posted by Meagan Walley at Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Floor Sample Sale

For the month of June, First Fruit Collection will be having a floor sample sale! We need to make room for some new merchandise we have ordered at market. 

Cute Floral Chair by ROWE Furniture
Regular price: $590.00
Sale Price: $413.00

Great Turquoise Sofa by ROWE Furniture
Regular price: $1190.00
Sale Price: $833.00

Aqua Sofa by ROWE Furniture
Regular Price: $1330.00
Sale Price: $930.00

Distressed Black Cabinet by Furniture Classics
Regular Price: $1599.00
Sale Price: $899.00

Burnt Orange CR Laine Sofa
Regular Price: $2268.00
Sale Price: $1659.00

Gold Sofa by ROWE Furniture
Regular Price: $1140.00
Sale Price: $799.00

Navy and Lime Green Chair by ROWE Chair
Regular Price: $770.00
Sale Price: $539.00

Navy sofa by ROWE Furniture
Regular Price: $1720.00
Sale Price: $1200.00

Yellow Glass Cabinet
Regular Price: $2900.00
Sale Price: $1900.00

Cream French Heritage lighted cabinet
Regular Price: $2299.99
Sale Price: $1599.00

Turquoise and Gold Slipcover ROWE Chair
Regular Price: $960.00
Sale Price: $670.00

Linen and Burnt Orange CR Laine Chair
Regular Price: $1341.00
Sale Price: $939.00

Grey and Burnt Orange Floral CR Laine Chair
Regular Price: $1341.00
Sale Price: $939.00

Posted by Meagan Walley at Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Clearance Sale

First Fruit Collection Clearance Sale!

Starting Monday June 4th we will be having a clearance. You don't want to miss all the great deals.

All sale items are marked 50% off!


Posted by Meagan Walley at Monday, June 4, 2012

Interior Designers

I have been spending most of my time outside of the store in clients homes.  This is the part of interior design that I love the most, actually seeing the
home in person and transforming it into a beautiful space. 

The field of interior design allows me to always "think outside of the box",
something I am always doing.  I wake up in the middle of the night with
an idea and am always anxious to implement it.  With my current addiction
to Pinterest, the ideas are more numerous than the time I have to implement them. 

I completed one project this past week for an 8 year old girl.  This was for
her "big girl room".  I used a combination of lilac, lime and teal.  This was
one of my favorite projects because it was an unexpected color palette.  I loved the way the room turned out and it will definitely grow with her for many years to come. 

Using an interior designer is not for the super wealthy.  It is for everyone!
I have compiled 10 reasons for you to hire a designer.  A designer is a must for anyone, with any budget. 


1.  Designers can save you money. 

When you are making interior selections and decisions for one room or your
entire home, it can be overwhelming.  You will be making purchases over a
period of time and not purchasing everything at one time.  You must consider
all aspects of the project with each decision.  With a designers assistace,
they can steer you in the right direction so the entire space can come together as a whole.  Be honest . . . how many gallons of paint have you
purchased to repaint a room  . . . and still weren't satisfied with the result? 
With a designer's perspective, money can be saved, along with the countless
wasted hours.  This leads me to my next reason . . .

2.  Designers can save you time.

Think about all the time you spend shopping, purchasing, and returning
items  A designer is able to see the whole project and the end result in
each piece she recommends.  This saves you a lot of wasted time and
gas, and not to mention the gallons of wasted paint. 

3.  Designers can think outside of the box and give you a fresh perspective.

We can see things that others may not see and provide fresh ideas and unique perspective for a space.  We can place furniture and accessories in a new place to give you a new look.  

4.  Designers create and work within a budget.

Designers develop and plan and a budget for each project.  They can tell you on the front end exactly how much the project will cost before you spend the first dollar.  This helps you plan your purchases over a period of time to get exactly what you want without any surprises.  

5.  Designers listen.

A good designer will listen to your ideas and thoughts for your space and then implement them into a beautiful space.  Each project will reflect your style and taste and be personally fitted to you.  

6.  Designers push you!

A good designer will push you to think outside the box. They will also push you to make desicions that you have been putting off because of indecision.  

7.  Designers plan your space.

This is where we start.  We first lay out existing pieces and then determine where to add new.  This way you are not guessing at scale and porportion when purchasing new pieces.

8.  Project Coordination and Contacts.

A good designer knows resources for painters, plumbers, electricians, artists,
faux finishers, trim carpenters, and many other trades.  We have worked with these people for years and know their reputation.  There is a lot of security in knowing who will be working in your home.  

9. Designers have passion.

I eat and breathe interior design.  It is all I know, from my blog to my business, design is what I know and what I do.  I am not your neighbor or your sister with just an opinion.  I am a degreed designer with 30 years of experience.  I have painted walls the wrong color over the years and learned from all my past experience so you won't have to paint your walls the wrong color!  I am a trained professional and I have a portfolio to show for all my hard work.  

10.  Your project will look like a designer had a hand in it.

Projects done with the assistance of an experienced designer somehow always stand apart from those that have been done without training.  I can always tell when I enter a clients home, whether they have had help from an interior designer or their neighbor.  There is just a coordinated flow to the space.  There are also touches that only a designer would do.  

I hope I haven't offended any of the "Do it Yourselfers" out there, and I hope you have learned that working with a Designer is attainable for anyone with any space and any budget.  If you have a project you have been putting off, really not knowing where to start, or not really knowing what the project will cost, we are here to help you.  

Please call the store at 901.861.7111 to set up your in-home consultation today.  Design fees are $75 per hour.  It will be the best money you ever saved!

Happy Decorating,



Posted by Meagan Walley at Tuesday, May 15, 2012

May Special

Spring time is a busy time of year for entertaining.
Weddings, Graduations, and the beginning of summer!
?Do you have family or friends coming in town?
Are you trying to get your home freshened up?
Your Friends at First Fruit Collection can help!

For the month of May,
all in-stock and special order upholstery 
15% off

Posted by Meagan Walley at Tuesday, May 1, 2012

First Fruit Collection Art Show

Everyone don't forget First Fruit Collection's Second Annual Art Show is coming up. All of our local artist will be here at the store with tons of new art. Vesela Baker, Sherril French, Katie Toombs, LeAnn Farris, Keep the Piece, Colleen Long, Lisa Hood + her two daughters (Kara Martin and Ashley Hood). You will not want to miss this event! 

WHEN: Thursday April 26

TIME: 2:00-8:00

We hope to see you there!!

Happy Decorating,


Posted by Meagan Walley at Saturday, April 21, 2012

Design Trends

If you have visited First Fruit Collection lately, more specifically, since March 1 when we reopened the store with our wonderful new owner, Ashley Toney, you have noticed a change in our style. The new look is softer, less fussy, and full of new design elements.

We wanted to incorporate the new design trends in our store and mix them with the traditional country french furnishings you have loved for so many years. There is a lot of reclaimed wood, industrial elements, mercury glass, natural fibers, muted colors, and unexpected accents. Currents trends that are making statements in design are monograms on just about everything, solid color rugs, silver and gold accents, chevron, ikat and quatrefoil patterns, and tufted sofas.

You may be wondering if you can incorporate these new looks in your home. How can you update without getting rid of everything you have? We have heard many questions from our customers on how to get this new look in their homes. We have to address each home on an individual basis, depending on your particular style, but there are some simple ideas on how to update I will share with you.

Do you have a piece of furniture that could be painted with a new soft color? You may have a dated motif painted piece that is really dating your design.

Do you have all of your art under glass? Try using an original piece of art, such as an unframed canvas painting.

Do your floral arrangements still contain ivy, roses or magnolias? Are they dusty and tired? If so, it may be time to update those. Trends now are more natural florals with less mix of color.

Is your sofa a large scale floral? If so, it may be time to soften the look with a solid piece. A solid sofa is always a good idea, less trendy. Put your print on disposable items, like an accent pillow.

Are your rugs making too bold of a statement? Try using a solid textured rug to soften the look of your room. Solid rugs make a space appear larger and give more focus on the furnishings.

Are your light fixtures dating your home? Are they shiny brass or have beveled glass on them that always looks dirty? Can you paint them or bust out the glass to update them. Lighting is like jewelry to your home, the final sparkling touch. Take a look at your lighting, it may be time to time to replace some of your fixtures.

We have great ideas and great designers at First Fruit to help you with your home. We love to see photos of your rooms to help you make your home beautiful. We can help with fabric and paint selections, window and bedding selections, furniture and accessories, and everything else that will make your home amazing.

Come see us with all of your design needs. Our designers even make house calls. Call to book an appointment with one of our staff designers, you won’t be disappointed. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Happy decorating,

Posted by Meagan Walley at Thursday, April 19, 2012

First Fruit Collection's 2nd annual Art Show!

We know spring fever has you in a daze,
But we at First Fruit have a solution for your haze
Join us April 26th for a wine and art show
View great new pieces from local artists that you know
Keep the Piece, Sherrill French, and Vesela Baker will all be here
Also, Colleen Long, LeAnn Farris and Katie Toombs have no fear!
Lisa Hood’s pillow creations will make their debut
So on the 28th, from 2-8,we hope to see you!

WHEN: Thursday, April 26th

TIME: 2:00pm - 8:00 pm

WHERE: First Fruit Collection

Please join your Friends at First Fruit Collection for our second annual art show featuring the artists, Sherrill French, Vesela Baker, Katie Toombs, LeAnn Farris, Keep the Piece, Colleen Long, and Lisa Hood. Meet the artist while you sip wine and shop local artwork. You do not want to miss this event!

Posted by Meagan Walley at Tuesday, March 27, 2012

What in the world is a davenport?

My daughter Kara had a good friend growing up who used to spend a lot of time in our home. She would often “sleep over” and the girls would play and giggle until the wee hours of the morning.

I overheard her tell Kara about visits with her grandmother, who lived somewhere up north, way up north, where car is pronounced caarrrr, and you want a pop? (aka as Coke) She told of spending the night on visits to her home and her grandmother would say in a very northern accent, “ Laura, you’ll sleep here on the davenport!” Laura would giggle, and explain how she never knew quite where she would be sleeping,
but always ended up on the couch.

Once, just a few years ago, at First Fruit, we had an elderly northern customer who also needed a davenport. She came to the counter and said “I need a davenport!” All the girls just looked at each other as though she was ordering a mixed drink or something. While they were trying to find the recipe for a “davenport”, I proceeded to show her our line of sofas, couches, divans, sleepers. lounges, fainting couches, sectionals, love seat, settees, and anything else that would fit her small frame.

Did you ever consider how many names there are for the same thing? Have you ever tried to act like you knew what someone was asking for when you had no idea at all. You pretend to follow the conversation, hoping secretly inside that the more they talk, somehow you will get enough clues to figure it out. You don’t want to appear dumb or uninformed, but you are totally clueless.Maybe it is just me . . . . .

Over the years at First Fruit we have heard many strange renditions of some of the following words:

Toile: Tulle, Tole, Twat (oh my)
Cache’ Pot: Cashiers Pot, Cash Pot, Tin thing with feet

Ikat: Eekat, Eye Dog, Squiggly runny southwestern print

Sconce: Scones, Bracket things

Matlesse’: Matsey, Mattingly, Quilt thing

Rush Seat: Grassy woven stuff, Woven cardboard rope, or wicker

Just thought you would like a little humor today. It goes to show that we all try new words from time to time, sometimes not quite sure how they are pronounced or the meaning. Hope this made you smile and think happy thoughts today. Now come in to see us at First Fruit . . . we have a lot of new davenports on the floor!

Happy Decorating,


Posted by Meagan Walley at Tuesday, March 20, 2012

What Makes a House a Home?

Home is the one place in your life that you can relax, curl up on the sofa or comfortable chair and just enjoy being there. I have those times where I just want to be home. I don’t want to go anywhere, sometimes not even get dresses all day. I just enjoy my home. I love working in my garden, crafting in my sewing room, cutting my grass in the summer, cooking in my kitchen, and I even enjoy cleaning my home. I know that sounds strange to you, but I really enjoy it. It is such a mindless task, so relaxing.

I know you all enjoy your homes as well. What makes you home special? It may be the cat in the window, the puppy curled up beside you on the sofa, your favorite magazine on the coffee table, the pile of shoes by the garage door, the smell of dinner in the oven, the sound of bare feet running down the hall calling for you.

Whatever it is that makes your home special, we hope that we are somehow part of what makes it beautiful to you. For 13 years now, First Fruit Collection has furnished many homes and made many friends along the way. We have enjoyed being part of making you homes “HAPPY”.

We are now beginning a new chapter at First Fruit Collection. We have just completed a total renovation of the store. I am so glad to be part of this new beginning. The Store looks amazing. I can hardly believe it is the same store. The changes are very impressive and the vignettes are so well designed, it helps to see the furniture grouping as you would see it in your own home. I absolutely love all the reclaimed woods and natural elements. All I can say is


I do hope to see all of you at the store on Thursday, March 1. Our hours are 10:00-8:00. We will have hourly door prizes, specials and treats for you to enjoy. Please come and see us. We have so missed seeing you.

Posted by Meagan Walley at Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Sneak Peek!

Our Designing Women at Work!

We have had one busy week. First Fruit Collection

is undergoing a total transformation. We have been

painting, spackling, hanging lighting, paneling the

walls with an old house that Ashley found and had

torn down (you will be amazed), and redecorating

the store from top to bottom. There has been

whining, tears, bruises, blood, sweat, laughter,

dancing and singing. It has been one of the

hardest and most rewarding weeks of my life.

I am so proud of Ashley. Her style and ability

to put the store together has amazed me. The

furniture and accessories are so well coordinated.

We have all had so much fun placing all the new stuff.

We have squeeled with excitement more than once

and want to buy everything. Don't worry, we are

saving it for you.

Here is a sneek peek of just a sample of what is new:

Lots of reclaimed furniture!

Lots of reclaimed furniture!

The crosses are amazing as always!

Be sure to come by on March 1 for our all day celebration.

Posted by Meagan Walley at Friday, February 24, 2012

Finial Countdown Week!!

All In-Stock Merchandise is now

40% OFF

Excludes previously marked-down items

All merchandise is finial sale and no approvals will be permitted at these low prices

We will be open our normal hours this week. We will then close the store and get ready for the Grand Opening Party on March 1st. Be sure to stop by the store for your coupon for this special day.

Where oh Where is Vince?

Many of you have asked about where he has gone. He has opened the Dent Doctor back up. He owned and operated the Dent Doctor of Memphis for 15 years prior to working with us at First Fruit Collection.

He is now at Elite Auto on Poplar (HWY 57) just inside the Piperton town line. He is doing:

Paintless dent repair

Auto Dealing

Auto Washing


Windshield Wipers

Please stop by and see him, I’m sure he would love to see you and take care of your automobile.

His number is 850-9889

Posted by Meagan Walley at Sunday, February 12, 2012

"Happy Valentines Day, Where is Your Heart?"

As First Fruit Collection under my ownership is winding
down, I find myself reflecting on all the years that have
come and gone and all the joys, heartaches, laughter,
births, adoptions, deaths, stories, diets, contests,
counseling, marriages, and most of all the memories
that are associated with this wonderful place. I step
down with an expectation of great things to come and
feel blessed to be part of a new chapter. I look forward
to my role as designer and employee. I will stand
beside Ashley as she takes on her role as owner, and
be there to hold her up as she gets settled in her new
position. I pray you will accept her and the changes
with anticipation and excitement.

I will continue to blog for “Your Home Can Be Happy”,
I still have much to say! One last thing I will say to
you is where is your heart? Does Jesus have a place
there. He came to live in my heart when I was 8 years
old. Ever since then he has been so real to me. He
has forgiven my sins and has a place prepared for me
in heaven to live eternally with Him. As our relationship
developed, he has responded to my concerns with
understanding and guidance. He helped me be a good
student, wife, mother, daughter and friend. He always
assured me that I was His and He loved me. He has
given me courage to take steps of faith and do things
I thought I couldn’t do on my own. I’ll admit I wasn’t
as faithful to our relationship as He was, but even in
those times I always was aware that I could call His
name and He would always respond. Over and over
again He has verified His realness, an inner voice inside
of me, knowing who He is and that He is real.

If you don’t have this personal relationship with Jesus,
you can. He is waiting for you to respond. It is as
simple as a prayer to ask Him to live in your heart and
forgive your sins.

True joy comes by walking daily with Him. He is my
joy, my strength and my salvation. I pray that He is
yours too.

Happy Decorating,


Posted by Meagan Walley at Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Grand Re-Opening

As you already know, First Fruit Collection
will be closed Feb. 20th-Feb. 29th.
During this time we will be cleaning, painting,
receiving new merchandise,and doing the much need
facelift to your favorite store.We will re-open March 1st with a
Grand Re-Opening Party!
You don't want to miss out on this exciting event.

First Fruit Collection
invites you to attend our
Grand Re-Opening
Thursday, March 1st

Please join your friends at First Fruit Collection
for our Grand Re-Opening.
We cannot wait to unveil all of our new improvements
and spectacular new merchandise.
For this special event we will be offering 10% off your
entire purchase. In addition,
we will be giving out door prizes throughout the day.
We are looking forward to sharing this exciting event with you!

Posted by Meagan Walley at Wednesday, February 8, 2012


Starting Monday February 6th

Everything in the Store will be 30% off!
We are clearing out our store to make room
for all the new merchandise we have coming in!
The sale will last until February 18th, then we will close
for inventory and a total makeover.
We will re-open March 1st with our Grand Re-Opeinging Party.

Be sure to shop early for the best selection.
All sales will be finial and no 24 hour approvals.

*excludes yellow tag items.

Posted by Meagan Walley at Saturday, February 4, 2012

Hi, my name is Lisa . . . . I am a perfectionist. Oh yes, I have been one for as long as I can remember. I confess this to you because I started thinking about a comment a friend of mine made this past weekend. In a conversation about her thirteen year old daughter, she commented that she wouldn’t want to go back to middle school and do it all over again.

I started thinking about that statement and had to disagree silently. I think I would like the opportunity to go back and do it all again. I would cherish the thought of being able to choose friends more wisely, study harder, and be more focused on the things that really matter and less concerned with trying to please people that really don’t matter in the end.

I realize there is no way to go back and do it all again like the movies, Thirteen going on Thirty and Seventeen Again. The problem is that we learn life lessons along the way. We learn by hurt, disappointment, broken dreams, and failures. All of our past experiences enables us to learn who when can trust, who will make a good friend, and how we can minister to others through tough times. Through our trials, we become better equipped to walk beside a friend going through hard times.

As we live every day and experience “life”, we gain wisdom along the way. I guess that is why we should listen to people who have lived longer than we have. I think there is some merit in seeking counsel from our elders. The best advise and spiritual wisdom in my life has come from elderly women whom God has placed in my life. Time spent with them has been so sweet and priceless.

How does the perfectionist statement fit in to all of this reminiscing? I thought you would never ask! I think my perfectionist nature has been a blessing and a curse in my life . . . . you see, I strive so hard to make things perfect in everything that I do, I tend to miss the joy. I live with a lot of disappointment when things go wrong. I also make others close to me miserable by my expectations of perfection.

This past year, through many trials and tears, I have come to the realization that things aren’t always going to be perfect. And most importantly, I cannot change the world and the people in it and make it perfect. I can either live my life disappointed and always striving for perfection, or I can choose to be HAPPY! Happiness for me is more important the older I get . . . it has taken a lifetime to realize that!

As I wind down as my role as owner of First Fruit Collection, I am looking forward to time spent with my husband, mother, children and granddaughter. There are just 4 weeks and counting. . . . . . .

Happy Decorating,


Posted by Meagan Walley at Monday, January 23, 2012

Clearance Sale

Everything in the store is will be
20% off until February 18th. At this
time our store will close for inventory
and a total makeover! We will reopen
March 1st with a Grand Opening Party!

We have marked down many one of
a kind items in our store. We are cleaning
house in order to get ready to receive all
of the new merchandise from market.

Be sure to shop early for best selection.
All sales will be final on sale merchandise.

Posted by Meagan Walley at Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Merry Christmas

Christmas is almost here, and I find myself so excited
this year. My granddaughter, Maggie, is really anticipating
Santa bringing her a "paintbrwush". I can hardly wait
for see her open her presents. There is such a joy to
have a little one this time of see the sparkle
and wonder in her eyes is priceless. Being a "Nana"
is so much fun at Christmas!

I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas with lots
of time spent with your family and friends. First Fruit
will be closing at 2:00 on Saturday, Christmas eve. and
will reopen on Monday, January 2.

Starting Thursday, December 22nd, all remaining

Christmas Items

75% off

Merry Christmas,


Posted by Meagan Walley at Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Christmas Merchandise

All Christmas merchandise is now
50% off

Shop early for the best selection

Posted by Meagan Walley at Sunday, December 18, 2011


The moment you have all been waiting for...

All Christmas merchandise is now 25% off

Come early for best selection.

Posted by Meagan Walley at Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Vesela art & Keep the Piece

We have just received new art from Vesela Baker
and Keep the Piece. This is our largest shipment ever.
You do not want to miss these amazing pieces.

We have 10 new paintings from Vesela!
They are going fast.... So hurry in to First Fruit too see!!

Adorable Chocolate Lab!

New cute little paintings... 10" x 10"
Doesn't he just melt your heart?

Keep the Piece crosses are always amazing!
We have Christmas motifs and everyday designs.

For the month of December....
If you make a purchase of $100 or more you will receive
a free gift with a coupon book for the whole year. There
is also a $10 coupon for your next purchase.
(while supplies last)

All in-stock rugs have been marked down to 50% off!!
Come early for best selection.

Posted by Meagan Walley at Monday, December 5, 2011

Christmas Home Tour

Our Pictures from the Christmas Home Tour 2011 are up!
Copy and past the link below into your web browser to access the site.
We thank everyone who came to the Tour, and hope those of you who couldn't make it can come next year.
Enjoy the pictures.

Posted by Meagan Walley at Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Just a Reminder!

Christmas Home Tour

When:Saturday, November 12th

Time: Homes will be open 12:00 – 4:00

Price: $15.00 at the door

Where: start at either

140 Alloway Cove Piperton or 815 McFerrin Lane Collierville

*please no children under 12


Home of Vince and Lisa Hood

140 Alloway Cove

This is the owner of First Fruit Collection. Her home is a whimsical collection Christmas décor with the traditional red and apple green colors. You will see elves, reindeer, santa and lots of polka dots. The home décor is traditional country french with all the true red/green and yellow. The gardens and pool area are areas you won't want to miss in this home.

Take poplar to 196. At 196 take left (North), 196 all the way to Raleigh LaGrange stop sign and take a right (East), Go about ¼ mile and turn right onto Kirkhill into Shaw's Creek Reserve. Right on Alloway Cove.

Home of Ashley Hood

205 Killmory

This is the owner of Paisley, Vince and Lisa's daughter. Her home is brand new, actually she just moved in this past weekend. Be prepared to see the latest colors of robins egg blue, coral and linen. Her décor is soft, livable and very inviting.

From Lisa and Vince's home, Take a right back onto Kirkhill, Take Kirkhill all the way to the end and take a right on Killmory, Her house is the only one on the right.


Home of Brandon and Ashley Toney

815 McFerrin Lane

The future owner of First Fruit Collection. Her home is a rustic, winter wonderland with colors of blue, green, silver, and burlap. You will see Mercury glass, Angels, crosses, and deer. The home décor is a blend of country french and rustic elements. You will see lots of neutrals,

blues, greens, and touches of yellow. She loves original art, so be sure to check out her artwork done by various local artists.

From poplar take a left on Byhalia (South), From Byhalia take a right on Winchester Road (east), Turn left onto East Colbert Street, Take Colbert street to McFerrin lane and take a left. Her house is the second to last house on the right.

Home of Brooke and Brian Sparks

298 Schilling Farms

The parents of the future owner of First Fruit Collection, Ashley Toney. Her home is a decorated in the traditional First Fruit Christmas colors of red and apple green. You will see Santa, crosses, angles, and candy canes. The home décor is country french with earth tones of green, brown, blues, rusty reds and golds. In this home you will not want to miss the dining room. This room has paired the rustic, casualness of a farm table with the dressiness of traditional french chairs.

From Brandon and Ashley's home. Take McFerrin back to Colbert Street. From Colbert Street turn left on Deloach lane, take a right onto Schilling Farms Blvd. Her house is the second to last house on the right.

Posted by Meagan Walley at Friday, November 11, 2011

Sneak Peek

We would like to give you a glimpse of the wonderful
work our little elves have been doing this week. I have
been amazed at all the beautiful decorations this year.
I am sure you won't be disappointed!

Iron stair railing adorned with two different
garlands and tons of ribbon and cupcakes.
It is sweet enough to eat.
Cute letters hung from ribbon on the dining room
mirror. A cute idea I found on Pinterest (I got a lot
more sleep before I found Pinterest!)

This pine wall shelf always gets a transformation
at all the holidays. This year the elves have made their
presence known nestled among the Christmas plates.
My moss bunny has made his appearance and has
found himself all tangled up in lights. He so wants
to help. He does not want to miss Christmas, even
though he is an Easter decoration!
This dining room is ready for all the guests that
will come this year. Love these banquettes.
This hutch has also got a transformation with the
Christmas dishes and lit presents.
New icy tree this year with touches of mercury
glass and robin's egg blue.
Beautiful burlap stockings I gave Ashley for her
birthday in October. Notice the "A" and "B",
for Ashley and Brandon. Now if they will only
name their children with "C" and "D" names,
we will be all set. But wait, Coco, the dog is
her "C"! White wooden angels are keeping
watch beside the fireplace.

I do hope you all can come to our Christmas Home
Tour this year. We have worked so hard. It just
wouldn't be the same without you.

Happy Decorating,


Posted by Meagan Walley at Wednesday, November 9, 2011

November Sale

November Sale

Are you getting ready for Thanksgiving? Is your dining room ready to host all of your family and friends? If not, come by First Fruit Collection this month and take advantage of a couple of beautiful french country cupboards that are on special promotion this month.

This cabinet is made by French Heritage.It is 48” wide, 80” high, and 20”deep.It has 3 glass insert shelves to let the light shine through to make all of your dishes sparkle. It has beveled glass doors with chicken wire behind the glass to give you that authentic french flair. It is a great multi purpose cabinet. It works great in a library, bathroom, bedroom, kitchen or dining

room. It is regularly priced at $2299.00, but on sale this month for $1499.00.

This cabinet is made by Furniture Classics and has a black distressed finish over solid mahogany. It has closed storage below with authentic french lock and key closures. The upper cabinet has 2 movable shelves and chicken wire insets in doors. It is 49” wide, 84” high, and 22” deep. This is a great piece in a kitchen or a dining room. It is regularly priced at $1599.00, but on sale this month for $999.00.

Don't miss out on these two beautiful cabinets.

See you soon,


Posted by Meagan Walley at Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Christmas Home Tour

When: Saturday, November 12th

Time: Homes will be open 12:00- 4:00

Where: Collierville and Piperton

Tickets: $15.00 at door

$12.00 if purchased at FFC by November 11th

Our 2nd annual Christmas Home Tour is just around the corner. Our elves are hard at work making the homes sparkle with all the latest holiday décor. We will donate the proceeds to charity as we did last year. We ask you do not bring children under 12 please.

You can purchase you ticket at FFC in advance at a discounted rate if you wish. You may also purchase tickets on the day of the tour at the door of either:

140 Alloway Cove in Piperton


815 McFerrin Lane in Collierville

You will receive a map of the other homes on the tour. The home in Piperton is ¼ mile east of Hwy 196 off Raleigh LaGrange. Turn right on Kirkhill into Shaw's Creek Reserve and follow the signs. The home in Collierville is in Schilling Famrs. Turn onto East Colbert and then left onto McFerrin and look for the sign.


We will be receiving a new rug display very soon. Therefore all sample rugs will be 40% off until the are all sold. We have over 60 rugs in stock in 4x6, 5x8, and 8x10. Come early for the best selection.

Posted by Meagan Walley at Thursday, October 27, 2011

Christmas Open House!

Christmas Open House

Monday October 10th - October 14th

We have some amazing Christmas decor,
so don't wait till the last minute!

Posted by Meagan Walley at Sunday, October 9, 2011

First Fruit Collection will be changing ownership as of March 1, 2012.

I would like to introduce the new owner to you. Her name is Ashley

Toney. She will graduate with an Interior Design degree in the

Spring of 2012. Ashley has been employed at First Fruit Collection

almost 2 years, and during this time she has been working along

side of me. She has been the main buyer at every market since

her employment began. She has also encouraged me to make

changes to FFC such as remove carpeting, paint walls with

continuity, move bookcases and walls, focus on larger items,

and introduce our customers to higher end lines.

Ashley portrays wisdom well beyond her years. I have been

amazed at her “buying eye”, always purchasing items at market

that sell out first. This first started as a contest between us, but

it didn’t take me long to see that she has excellent taste and knows

what will sell. Her endurance at market has also amazed me,

sometimes shopping 12 hours straight, never whining (except

when I want to check out a showroom she thinks “looks cheap”).

She has assisted me in every facet of our store, including

sewing, displaying, ordering, christmas set-up, warehousing,

and everything else that can happen at FFC. I am confident

that she will continue to make FFC a favorite shop for all

of our loyal customers. I love FFC, it has been like my child

for 13 years, and will continue to work with Ashley in this

transition. I will remain employed as an employee and

designer and will continue to assist in buying at market trips.

This change for me is a happy one. I am now a grandmother

of a sweet 2 year old granddaughter, Maggie. My youngest

daughter, Ashley, will be married in May of 2012. My husband,

Vince will be starting a new business in the Spring of 2012.

I am the main caregiver of my mother, Nell, who is suffering

from Alzheimer’s. I have come to the point in my life that I

don’t actually have a life apart from FFC. I need to step

away from the responsibility and focus on caring for

those people God has placed in my life at this time.

I ask you all for your support of this change. I am

confident that you will love Ashley as much as I do.

Happy Decorating,


Posted by Meagan Walley at Wednesday, October 5, 2011

October Sale

October Sale

For the month of October our Sale is:

Beds: 25% Off

20% off any one accessory item

This sale is good through October 31 and is good on regular priced merchandise
only. Limit one 20% off per person per visit.

Posted by Meagan Walley at Friday, September 30, 2011

It's Time to Decorate for Fall

It is that time of year once again, there is a nip in the air,
especially in the early morning . . . that wonderful feeling
of getting to wear a sweatshirt again on that morning walk.
It is always hard to know when to put your fall decor out,
especially outdoors when my geraniums look so beautiful
and full . . . I simply can't replace them just yet with Fall
mums and pansies. Now my impatiens are another story,
they have seen better days . . . so long and leggy.

I started last weekend in my home with putting away
my summer floral arrangements indoors, nests with eggs,
summer pillows, etc. It is so hard for me to put things
away that I love, but I will enjoy them again next Spring.
Fall has always been a hard season for me to decorate
indoors. My home has never welcomed orange . . . or
brown . . . they are not as happy as the colors that I
use in my home. . . Oh the dilemma!

I have learned to use green gourds, pumpkins, natural
wheat, etc. to bring the look of fall indoors.

My back porch is an extension of my home. We use
it as much as we use our family room. We love to
watch the deer, turkey, hummingbirds, and enjoy
all of God's beauty.

I switched out my pillows on my porch to a fall
owl with a brown polka dot contrast trim.

Pumpkin candy jars complete with our favorite candy,
you never know when a trick or treater will come by.
Or maybe Vince will need a midnight snack!

I hated to take away my geraniums just yet,
my scarecrow got a new bow this year . . .
brown and cream silk check. He is so
happy to welcome all of our back door guests.

My orange wreaths look spectacular on my cream
house with taupe doors. Never mind my urns . . .
they are getting an overhaul this weekend.

Our back entrance is welcoming with my welcome sign.

My kitchen hutch also received it's annual redo, I
just love dishes, it is so fun to get to display them.

Decorating is such a passion for me . . . I just love
seeing things different in my home. I purposely never
use things the same way each year, that is boring
to me. I love experimenting with a different look
every year. That is why you must come to our
Christmas home tour this year . . . things will
definitely change . . . you will be amazed!

So, this weekend, get out your fall decor, or
come buy something new at First Fruit . . . and
welcome this beautiful season.

Happy Decorating,


Posted by Meagan Walley at Friday, September 16, 2011

New Crosses!

We have just received a new shipment of crosses
from one of our favorite local artist, Keep the Piece.

Hurry into the store....
They are going fast!

Posted by Meagan Walley at Thursday, September 15, 2011

Christmas time is here!

Christmas Open House

October 10 - 15

Our annual Christmas Open House will be Monday, October 10

through Saturday, October 15. You will want to mark your calendars

for this special event. You will experience the transformation of

First Fruit Collection into a magical Christmas wonderland. This year

we will introduce a natural woodland tree, a vintage icy tree in this

seasons newest colors, and we will always have our traditional whimsical

red and green décor to add to your collection.

Christmas Home Tour

Mark your calendars now for Saturday, November 12th

More details later about this exciting event!

Posted by Meagan Walley at Wednesday, September 14, 2011

We have an incredible sofa/chair grouping on sale now.
The sofa on the left has been marked down to 1299.00, the
settee on the right has been marked down to 1099.00,
the matching coffee table ottoman has been marked to 349.00,
the chair on the left is 699.00 and the chair on the right is 599.00.
This is an adorable french grouping in red/linen mix . . . oh so cute.

This queen bed has been marked down to $399.oo. There
are two available at this incredible price. Sorry, no other
matching pieces are available.
This girls bed has been marked down to 399.00. Other
matching pieces are available to make your little girls
room a dream come true.

Stop by soon . . . these pieces won't last long.

Happy Decorating,


Posted by Meagan Walley at Friday, September 2, 2011

New Location in Midtown

First Fruit location has opened a second location at

Market Central on Central Avenue. We have set up a

vignette there complete with window treatments, rug,

dining table, sideboard, chandelier, etc. This is

so exciting to be able to show our furnishings in

the east Memphis area. Please be sure to stop by

and visit our space there to see more of First Fruit.

September Sale

Take 30% off all in-stock bedding and quilts.

Take 20% off all rugs

(Includes in-stock and special order)

Posted by Meagan Walley at Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Upholstery Sale

Our Upholstery manufacturers, CR Laine and

Highland House are offering us additional discounts

for the last two weeks of August. We are passing this

discount on to you by offering an additional 20% off

of all floor sample upholstery and 50% off MSRP

on all special orders from these two vendors.

Be sure to come early for best selection. This is

a once a year discount, so don't miss this

savings opportunity!

Fall arrangements are being made, be sure to

check those out as well. We look forward to seeing

you soon.

Posted by Meagan Walley at Tuesday, August 16, 2011