industry insider | Jun 22, 2018 |
Showroom doors swinging open this season

It’s showrooms galore! Continue reading for EAL’s roundup of the latest from coast to coast.

Tom Dixon's new New York City showroom.
Tom Dixon’s new Manhattan showroom; courtesy Peer Lindgreen


Hamptons, here we come! Blue Carreon launched a 600-square-foot store in East Hampton that houses the brand’s own collection, including handmade items from the Philippines, like recycled plastic beach mats, bags and silk fans. (74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, New York)

Blue Carreon's new East Hampton showroom. Courtesy Blue Carreon.
Blue Carreon’s new East Hampton showroom; courtesy Blue Carreon

Shortly after this spring’s High Point Market, Milliken opened its 2,500-square-foot showroom—and while it was at it, won best new showroom at the International Textile Alliance Show. The new space will showcase interior textiles, including products for home, office and hospitality. (305 W. High Ave., High Point, North Carolina)

Cosentino opened Miami City Center, a 3,200-square-foot space that gives designers and homeowners an immersive experience in which they can access every product, including ultra-compact Dekton and Silestone surfaces. Some of the building’s facade was dedicated as a canvas for graffiti and other types of street art, similar to Miami’s Wynwood Walls. (3898 Biscayne Blvd., Miami)

Dedar Milano opened its U.S. flagship showroom, a space that clocks in at just over 2,500 square feet in the D&D Building. It features Dedar and Hermes’s home fabric and wallpaper collections. (979 Third Ave., New York)

Urban Green's new NYC showroom. Courtesy Urban Green.
Urban Green’s new NYC showroom; courtesy Urban Green

Midtown East has a new kid in town. Brooklyn-based eco-friendly brand Urban Green opened a 2,000-square-foot Manhattan showroom with new products. (1104 Second Ave., New York)

Tom Dixon debuted its first U.S. hub this month, in a 6,700-square-foot space in SoHo. Inspired by the British brand’s London headquarters, it features two new collections, The Blue, the Black and the Silver, as well as Hot + Wet, a line of bathroom lights. (25 Greene St., New York)

At the end of ICFF 2018, Project 6 debuted a 20,000-square-foot architectural specification showroom—the first of its kind in the U.S. It features products from designer brands and collaborators, including Toto, Dornbracht/Alape, Valli & Valli, Caesarstone and more. (22 W. 21st St., New York)

Within the last three years, Boffi Group acquired De Padova and MA/U Studio. Now the Scandinavian- and Italian-influenced brand establishes its headquarters in SoHo in a 4,000-square-foot space that houses all three brands. (56 Greene St., New York)

California Closets' new NYC showroom; courtesy Stefan Radtke
California Closets' new NYC showroom; courtesy Stefan Radtke

In a two-story, 2,250-square-foot TriBeCa spot, California Closets has opened a showroom that features a wide range of organizational systems, including board finishes from Italy, decorative hardware, and eco-resin and leather. (26 Varick St., New York)

Many of the decor, art and one-of-a-kind pieces in newcomer Laura Hodges’s recently opened Baltimore store are local to the area. Decorative throw pillows and hand-poured, all-natural candles come from artisans based in the city, while wood furnishings were made elsewhere in the state. (710 Frederick Rd., Catonsville, Maryland)

ZAK+FOX's new NYC showroom. Courtesy Joshua McHugh.
ZAK+FOX's new NYC showroom; courtesy Joshua McHugh

ZAK+FOX showcases textile and wallpaper collections and provides a resource for eclectic vintage finds in a 3,000-square-foot “hidden destination” showroom, located in a historic building in Manhattan. (346 Park Ave. South, New York)


During this year’s NeoCon, Surya premiered its brand-new, 5,000-square-foot Merchandise Mart showroom. All of Surya’s rugs, lighting, textiles, wall decor, accents and bedding are available. (222 Merchandise Mart Plaza, Chicago)

Earthscape Home relocated from its Pleasant Ridge location; its eco-friendly mattresses, including Naturepedic, Savvy Rest, and OMI, are available. (1700 Stutz Dr., Troy, Michigan)

Art glass purveyor Habatat Galleries opened a 12,000-square-foot space that features art by Harvey Littleton, Dale Chihuly, Michael Behrens, Vivian Wang, Martin Blank and Janis Miltenberger. (1700 Stutz Dr., Troy, Michigan)

Designer Phyllis Whitehead opened Fifi & Coco Interiors at the Michigan Design Center. It features vintage furniture, artwork and accessories. (1700 Stutz Dr., Troy, Michigan)


Tina Frey opened a minimalist, 7,500-square-foot San Francisco showroom that also includes her office and studio. The space was designed in collaboration with George Bradley, and features handcrafted resin accessories and small-scale furniture pieces. (1485 Bancroft Ave., San Francisco)

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