Having a comfortable living space is essential for any homeowner, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Not only does Enjolé Interiors’ design stylish spaces for their customers, but now they have their own new enchanting environment.
The custom interior design studio and retailer for furniture, home decor, accessories, and unique gifts was opened in 2016 on Main Street in Downtown Evansville by owner Sharon Lemond with the help of Director of Operations Tammy Stallings.
Enjolé — a French-Cajun word meaning “enticing” or “enchanting” — thrives on the ability to deliver current interior design trends and home décor options. The shop exhibits unique pieces shoppers won’t see most other places, as Lemond and Stallings have a keen eye for studying products on the market.
Looking to expand outside its space on Main Street, Enjolé opened a new storefront and property in June inside an 1850s Greek Revival-style historic home in Newburgh, Indiana. The former residence of BJ’s Home Accents, owners Bill Fortson and John Clements put their business up for sale last year after 41 years in business. Both Fortson and Clements are now working with Lemond at Enjolé.
“Moving out here was a good choice. We have more square footage and room to grow. We have our own parking now, and we added more parking. We built on a warehouse, our own warehouse, so the trucks can just pull right up to the back door,” says Lemond. “We also have our own work room now, so we can do all our custom window treatments and beddings and pillows and so forth right here, which is huge.”
Enjolé’s 20 designers, consultants, and logistics team members help customers with every aspect of their homes, from picking a paint color and drapes to designing an entire residence from the ground up. The team designs in all styles and works within each client’s budget.
“We want everyone’s home to be unique in nature and not look like a blogger,” says Stallings. “We want everyone to have a unique style.”