Newlyweds looking to nest in contemporary or mid-century modern style can find all of their home decor needs at Madison McCord Interiors. Owner and founder Marsha Holfeltz runs a 22,000-square-foot showroom in Salt Lake City, offering a broad array of items that you can take home the day you purchase.
At Madison McCord, Holfeltz puts her star team and years of experience in logistics to work, making sure there are plenty of in-store options for homes of any style. No year-long waitlists here!
“Come visit our showroom, sit in the sofas, feel the textures, see the colors and understand the size and scale,” Holfeltz suggests. “Then you won’t have to worry if it’s going to fit in your new home.”
If you are building your first home together, now is the time to nail down your personal style as a couple. McCord recommends starting with the coziest area of the home: the bedroom. Just as much as your wedding reflected your personality, your home can showcase your style in luxurious ways, and your bedroom can bring all of that love and personality into one space. Make it your own with bold details, fabrics and colors.
“I think that personal style is a trickle-down effect: it starts with the clothes, then translates to your home, your hairstyle, everything,” Holfeltz says. “I love helping people play with style.”
And at Madison McCord, couples are sure to find pieces that reflect their love stories and joint styles flawlessly. The showroom floor is constantly evolving, showing off new and unique pieces continually. If you don’t see something you like on your first visit, the team can also custom-order especially items, and even make it to your exact specifications. With more than 1,000 furniture frames and even more fabrics to choose from, it’s easy to fashion a piece that is totally you.
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People want to step up their living spaces to reflect who they truly are. We look forward to helping newly married couples curate spaces that help them build their lives together.
We love seeing customers have fun playing with trendy accents. Artwork, pillows and fabrics are great ways to think outside the box. Experiment with sheepskin, boucle fabrics or knobby textures—or go bold with a trending color for the season.
Make a statement with a massive piece of 3-D art on plexiglass. From modern and abstract to geometric designs, art can instantly change the atmosphere of a space.
Contact Madison McCord Interiors:
Marsha Holfeltz, Owner and Founder
2690 Highland Drive, Salt Lake City