show-rumors | Jun 10, 2019 |
Christopher Guy, De Padova and more opening doors this season

As spring turns to summer, these brands are blooming in new markets. In our monthly showroom roundup, all the expansions and openings to have on your radar.


New York designer Lindsey Adelman opened a 5,000-square-foot showroom in Manhattan neighborhood NoHo to showcase her studio’s sculptural lighting. (324 Lafayette St., Floor 7, New York)

Lindsey Adelman's new showroom
Lindsey Adelman's new showroomStephen Kent Johnson

Northern Irish furniture brand Orior opened a 3,000-square-foot showroom in Tribeca in time for design festival NYCxDesign. It is the family-run business’s first standalone showroom in the city. (11 Harrison St., New York)

Orior's new showroom
Orior's new showroomClaire Esparros

International furniture brand Christopher Guy has officially opened its 7,500-square-foot flagship in the New York Design Center. At street level, the showroom is equipped with plenty of window vignettes—prime real estate. (200 Lexington Ave., Suite 101, New York)

London-based bedding and mattress brand Vispring opened its first U.S. shop in New York, in the bustling design district in NoMad. The 1,200-square-foot showroom features the brand’s mattresses, box springs and headboards. (230 Fifth Ave., New York)

Nottinghamshire, U.K.–based fabric brand Romo opened a 6,500-square-foot showroom in the D&D Building. (979 Third Ave., Suite 1703, New York)

Egg Collective in Tribeca
Egg Collective in TribecaMatthew Williams

New York–based Egg Collective opened a 2,000-square-foot showroom in Tribeca designed by the brand’s founding trio: Crystal Ellis, Hillary Petrie and Stephanie Beamer. (151 Hudson St., New York)

Luxury French retailer Roche Bobois has officially opened the doors to its 5,380-square-foot Upper East Side showroom, its fourth in New York. (950 Third Ave., New York)

Workstead in Hudson, New York
Workstead in Hudson, New YorkJeff Holt

New York–based design practice Workstead opened a studio in Hudson, New York, in conjunction with its 10th anniversary. The 1,000-square-foot space houses the brand’s new lighting collection, Chamber. (420 Warren St., Hudson, New York)

Snowe's Hamptons pop-up
Snowe's Hamptons pop-upCourtesy of Snowe

Snowe Hamptons, the New York–based brand’s 1,900-square-foot store, opened in mid-May. It has been designed to be a home away from home, and will have rosé happy hours every Friday. (50 Main St., Southampton, New York)


Dutchess County, New York–based manufacturer Hudson Valley Lighting will open its first West Coast showroom at the Las Vegas Summer Market, from July 28 to August 1. The 23,742-square-foot showroom houses the retailer’s portfolio of brands, including Mitzi, Troy Lighting and Corbett Lighting. (475 S. Grand Central Parkway, C401, C400, Las Vegas)


German appliance brand Liebherr has opened its first custom-designed showroom in Miami, the location of the brand’s North American headquarters. The 1,200-square-foot showroom was designed in collaboration with Miami-based design firm Birka. (15101 NW 112th Ave., Hialeah Gardens, Florida)

Philadelphia-based furniture and design brand Amuneal has two new showrooms that display its products—now a large proportion of the business since the company broke into furniture in 2013. The new spaces include Habachy Designs + Atelier, in Atlanta, and Hammer and Spear in Los Angeles, and there are plans for an imminent New York showroom. (351 Peachtree Hills Ave. NE, Suite 422, Atlanta; 255 S. Santa Fe Ave., Los Angeles)

Savannah, Georgia–based retailer Circa Lighting is opening showrooms in Austin, Texas, and Denver this month. (5020 Burnet Rd., Austin, Texas; 601 South Broadway, Suite B, Denver)


Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Vancouver-based multiline showroom Livingspace expanded and redesigned its 30,000-square-foot showroom. On the new fifth floor of the 1930s-era printing factory in the Armoury District, Italian brands Paola Lenti and Molteni&C/Dada are showcased. (1706 W. 1st Ave., Vancouver)

Italian contemporary furniture brand De Padova has opened its first U.K. flagship, in London. After merging with Italian furniture brand Boffi in 2015 and Scandinavian furniture brand MA/U Studio in 2017, it has been able to expand its international footprint. The 3,337-square-foot space was designed by British architect David Chipperfield. (161 Draycott Ave., London)

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