Last month, designers got a taste of what’s new and what’s next in the industry at the New York Design Center (NYDC). What’s new now? Eight showrooms that are making their debut this fall and winter at the NYDC.
Housing nearly 100 showrooms representing more than 500 lines of furniture, fabric, floor coverings, lighting and accessories, the NYDC focuses on housing and growing design resources and principles of innovation.
“These new showrooms offer exciting resources and expand the breadth of product available in the building,” said Marketing Director Alix Lerman.
Here are the new showrooms you can expect to see this season:
Good Design: Suite 423
Interior Crafts NY: Suite 916
Milano Smart Living: Suite 711
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Anderssen/Parzinger Originals: Suite 421
Andreu World America: Suite 430
Christopher Guy: 16th Floor
John Richard: Suite 603
Kindel: Suite 510
“We are thrilled to welcome these new brands and are confident that designers will love the products they offer,” said Lerman.
For more information on the showrooms and to find out the official opening dates, contact the NYDC or visit the website.
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