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behind the counter | 2012 9 The Sherman Family E ven on the family farm—a retreat from the to family heirlooms to pieces from Haverty’s. workday world—Trey Sherman surrounds Trey is a Furman grad who grew up at Greystone— himself with handcrafted furniture. What his father Tommy opened the business in 1972—and better place, after all, for one of his own 1500 Augusta Road and he’s well-versed in the history of antiques and the 101 Piney Mountain Road French-style farm tables? Made of reclaimed wood construction techniques of bygone master craftsmen. Greenville and cleverly designed to fold up flat, these popular 864.233.3424 reproductions combine form and function to suit any With a workshop on Piney Mountain and retail occasion. Even a causal luncheon with pet goats! space filled with fine furniture and accessories on Augusta Road, Greystone Antiques “offers quality As owner of Greystone Antiques, Trey has long Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm and craftsmanship at an affordable price,” says been Greenville’s go-to guy for custom furniture— Trey. “Whether it’s free advice, a purchase or a Antiques, Custom Furniture, “You name it, we can design it and build it,” he Repairs/Restoration restoration, we’re here to help.” says—with an affinity for antique lumber. He also brings unmatched expertise to repair/restoration Trey and his wife, Natalie, have seven-year-old projects, fixing everything from period Louis XIV twins, so his free time is built all around family. Photograph by: Carol Stewart