Find one treasure, or furnish a complete home.
col•lec•tic [kuh-lek-tik] adj.
1: a new style of decorating
2: enhancing one’s personal treasures by combining pieces that have divergent looks
3: designed without rules (as in a Collectic Home)
Go ahead – break The Rules.
• Arrange your stunning collection of rustic ceramics – inside an elegant Art Deco armoire.
• Fill a 100-year-old hand-crafted Asian storage chest – with your plasma TV’s surround sound equipment.
• Offer guests a seat on a rough-hewn cedar bench – under a sleek glass and steel dining table.
Collectic Home is a furniture store created with one decorating rule in mind: there should be no rules.
Austin-based 25-year furniture innovators Joni + Greg Greeson have mixed and matched an artful and ever-changing blend of furniture, lighting, and accessories from vendors all over the world to offer you an eclectic collection from which to choose in-stock, one of a kind, or made to order pieces. Yours to discover in what’s been heralded as one of the most beautiful new furniture stores in the country.
An executive team with more than a half century of experience in design, business start ups, and retailing contemporary furniture, lighting, and accessories has created Collectic Home to bring fresh ideas to the furniture world.
Joni and Greg Greeson
Co-Owners: Collectic Home, LLC
Joni Greeson, Greg’s wife Eurway's former VP Merchandising, managed that company's showrooms in its Dallas, Austin and Houston superstores, the implementation of e-commerce operations, and a world-class buying and purchasing office. Her proven specialties—honed over twenty years in retail operations— include picking winning products, "just-in-time" precision inventory control, global vendor relations, order management, in-store merchandising and sales team motivation.
Greg Greeson, an industrial designer with a decade of residence in the heart of Europe, has a résumé that includes designing vehicles for Ford, GM and Volkswagen. As co-founder and CEO of the Eurway chain of home furnishings stores in Texas, he oversaw that company's growth (from a single strip-mall store in 1980) to three superstores, e-commerce operations, and over $23 million in sales. His oversight of Collectic Home's real estate search, store design, marketing, and branding is assurance that the company’s standards are impeccably maintained.
Our commitment to our customers:
Provide interior décor with a compelling buying experience, outstanding design, and service that exceeds expectations – so as to enhance the beauty, functionality and value of their environment.
Our commitment to our staff, our owners and our suppliers:
Market-driven compensation and the encouragement of personal growth and learning in a trusting, healthy, creative organization, with compassion, understanding and respect for diversity.