Luxury bedding company Ankasa announces the opening of their latest location in the US this Spring in New York City at 424 Broome Street with a significant expansion of furniture and accessories. The store will feature a private design lounge, full-service interior design and styling service, and a custom pillow bar allowing customers to create bespoke pillows from thousands of styles, colors and trimmings such as thread work, cording, sequins and leather.
Originally launched in 2007 by Sachin and Babi Ahluwalia, the brand is best known for it’s detailed home décor textiles and it’s use in embroidery techniques steeped in tradition and modern elegance. Ankasa Soho will continue to bring its embroidery to the forefront with both large and small-scale artwork.
"The opening of the Soho flagship location marks the beginning of the next phase for the brand and creates a central headquarters for both experienced interior designers and novice home decorators alike whom want to incorporate the Ankasa way of life into their own homes and projects," said a company representative.
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