For the last ten years. Red Chateau has been constant¬ly. confidently striving to remain Oklahoma City’s finest home décor and furniture store. Much has changed in the world of interior fashion over that decade, and owner Rose Clark has guided Red Chateau through changing with it; remaining true to loyal customers while making transitions along with progressing tastes. The bold reds and gold’s and ample ornamentations of more traditional Country French and European styles have changed for the clean lines, neutral palettes and pops of color with fewer, larger decorative pieces that characterize today’s look — with the ability to draw from them all. the possibilities are beautifully vast.
Successes in her recent forays into design work haven’t stolen Clark’s passion away from the Casady Square store, and it’s an enthusiasm that’s shared by her clientele; what began as a 2.200-square-foot boutique now occupies 6,000 square feet and offers design services as well as elegant pieces for living and dining rooms, luxury bedding, a bridal registry and selections from lines like Lili Alessandra. Company C. Aidan Gray.
Sid Dickens. Pine Cone Hill and many more high-quality vendors.
«Every year we add something different to our branding and the store.» explains Clark, who is excited her new role as an instructor this fall: She will teach in-store classes inspired by
Amy Howard at Home to guide do-it-yourselfers through the use of different paints and finishes for their own projects.
Both Red Chateau’s store space and website are recently re¬vamped and expanded; either are ideal for finding the comfort¬ably familiar, the excitingly new and the very finest in furniture, home accents, art. lighting and more. «Our customers say over and over how beautiful the changes are.» Clark smiles. «If you haven’t been in Red Chateau in a while, come see the new store»