Bunches of new showrooms, shops and galleries are sprouting up in March. In our monthly roundup, all the expansions and openings to have on your radar.
RH has a new gallery called RH Marin, The Gallery at the Village. It will be almost 60,000 square feet, with three levels, and will feature a gray Venetian plaster exterior, a rooftop restaurant and a garden courtyard. (1618 Redwood Highway, Corte Madera, California)
The bright home decor and accessories brand Jonathan Adler has opened a flagship store on Lexington Avenue. The 5,500-square-foot corner showroom spreads its complete range of home objets across two floors in a debut concept: Each room is laid out in a residential fashion, with distinctly styled vignettes that better allow customers to imagine how pieces would fit in their own spaces. For the industry, the new flagship boasts a team of trade representatives, as well as a dedicated conference room for designers to work or hold client meetings. (135 East 65th Street)
Multiline showroom Covet NYC has opened a second location at One57 in midtown Manhattan. The appointment-only shop will feature contemporary furniture brand Brabbu and other luxury lines. (157 West 57th Street)
Window treatments brand Sampson Mills has opened a new shop in the Decoration & Design Building. (979 Third Avenue, Suite 1540)
European kitchen and bath brand Snaidero USA will open its newly renovated A&D Building showroom. Italian architect Mario Mazzer completed the redesign of the flagship; it features Italian Snaidero kitchen cabinets, Elegante Bespoke cabinets and storage, and Snaidero USA Living baths, closets and doors. (150 East 58th Street, 8th Floor)
Handmade rug and furniture brand Safavieh opened a furniture gallery in Chelsea. (89 Seventh Avenue)
Stockholm-based international design brand Hem opened its first permanent location on the East Coast in a 2,500 square-foot historic loft in Soho. (460 Broome Street)
Swedish interior designer Lars Bolander opened a shop in Westport, Connecticut. The 2,600-square-foot space will feature contemporary furniture, textiles and accessories. (1300 Post Road East, Westport)
Multiline showroom Showfields will open a new store in Miami this spring. The original location, in New York’s NoHo neighborhood, in its first year saw more than 250,000 visitors, each of whom spent about half an hour in the store. The new 14,300-square-foot location will have 40 to 50 brands, two floors,and a speakeasy bar, among other amenities.
The Mexican design and interiors brand Dupuis recently opened its doors in Miami's Aventura Mall. This is the brand’s third store in South Florida, having opened in The Miami Design District store in December and in The Shops at Merrick Park in February.
Following a $4.4 million series A investment, outdoor furniture brand Yardbird will open three new locations this spring. The DTC company will be in Denver, Detroit and Kansas City, Kansas. Yardbird garnered buzz when it launched in 2017 for making completely recyclable furniture using recycled ocean plastic for its wicker, along with other materials.
Boutique showroom James has opened its fifth location in The Lone Star State, a 2,200-square-foot showroom at the Decorative Center of Houston. Designer Meredith Ellis launched the brand in 2015 in Austin and then expanded to Dallas in two years later. James carries brands such as Peter Dunham, Lisa Fine, Hector Finch Lighting and Sister Parish. Ellis will also release new products designed through James soon. (5120 Woodway Drive, Suite 3029, Houston)
The Adelaide Project, a boutique lighting studio run by Canadian lighting agency TPL Lighting, opened in Toronto last month. The shop is open by appointment only. (509 Adelaide Street West, Toronto)
Homepage image: Courtesy of Lars Bolander