As the days get longer, industry brands continue to open new showrooms and spaces. In our March roundup, Business of Home has gathered all the expansions and openings to have on your radar.
Retailer, gallery and manufacturer Radnor has opened a new 4,000-square-foot showroom on New York’s Upper East Side. The space was designed in collaboration with Elizabeth Roberts of Elizabeth Roberts Architects, combining both art and design pieces for an experiential showroom experience.
Zoffany has redesigned its New York flagship at the D&D Building. The brand tapped designer Craig Longhurst to refresh the showroom’s vignettes, incorporating contemporary artwork to stand in complementary contrast to an array of historical designs.
Design Within Reach has opened a new storefront in Southampton, located in the former One Kings Lane outpost. The 2,500-square-foot space is a first for DWR, as its inventory is all available to shop and take home the same day, departing from the shop-and-ship approach the retailer usually takes.
Custom fabric, furnishings and decor retailer Calico has opened a new store concept in Westport, Connecticut, featuring a new branding initiative that will roll out to its other storefronts in the coming year.
Greenbaum Interiors has opened a new space in Saddle Brook, New Jersey, which will serve as a showroom, design center and workroom. The family-owned company has been growing its presence in the state (it also has a showroom and design center in Morristown), bringing designer classics, artisan goods and other eclectic pieces to the surrounding design community.
Together with high-end furniture manufacturer Solesdì, Italian furniture brand Henge has opened the doors to its newly renovated flagship in the Miami Design District. The ground-floor showroom measures 1,800 square feet and features a monolith Cappuccino Stone kitchen island, dramatic lighting and a contemporary arrangement of vignettes.
Eleven new tenants have signed leases on new showroom spaces at theMart in Chicago, including Claridge Products, Formaspace, Zgo Technologies, Loftwall, Howe, OM Seating, Ethnicraft, KFI Studios and Pedrali.
Meanwhile, luxury interiors brand Michael-Cleary has expanded its presence at theMart—a new space that doubles its footprint on the sixth floor. In addition to creating room for new brands and expanded collections from the company’s lines, the new showroom will feature a 2,000-square-foot fabric, lighting and wallcovering gallery, along with a dedicated Bungalow 5 gallery.
At the Michigan Design Center, furniture designer The Gallery of Luxury has announced the grand opening of its new showroom, located in Suite 33. The 1,800-square-foot space features European furnishings from brands like Cattelan, MaxDivani and Bonaldo.
Also at the MDC, fabric brand Pindler and porcelain tile and covering brand Cercan Tile have both relocated into larger spaces—Pindler to an 1,800-square-foot showroom and Cercan tile adding a 1,500-square-foot by expanding into an adjacent suite.
Samuel & Sons has opened a new flagship in the Dallas Design District. The new space marks the brand’s fifth and most comprehensive showroom, showcasing the company’s 10,000-plus trims.
Rug, carpet and tapestry purveyor Mansour has relocated its Los Angeles flagship. The new 20,000-square-foot showroom now sits in the heart of the city’s design district, showcasing the company’s rich selection of rugs and tapestries.
Homepage image: A vignette in the redesigned Zoffany showroom in New York | Courtesy of Zoffany