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Showroom doors swinging open this season

industry insider | May 7, 2018
There are a host of showrooms opening on both coasts this month. Read on for EAL’s roundup of the latest from across the country. John Derian shop in the West Village East Coast John Derian opened a 500-square-foot shop in the West Village inspired by Astier de Villatte in Paris a... By Taylor Barker

EAL’s monthly roundup of showroom openings

industry insider | April 2, 2018
The most recent showroom openings mainly gravitate toward the coasts. Some brands went west, some went east, and one went Far East. Some are opening their first-ever brick-and-mortar outposts, while others are expanding their national or global presence. Here’s this month’s roundup: West Coas... By Taylor Barker

Oomph jumps across the pond

industry insider | March 6, 2018
Connecticut-based furniture company oomph has made the move abroad, opening up at Nina Campbell in advance of its 10-year anniversary, and in conjunction with London Design Week. The showroom will feature dedicated spaces to showcase Oomph’s entire lineup of product offerings. Oomph in th... By Taylor Barker

Homesense expands, to customers’ delight

industry insider | March 5, 2018
Homesense is expanding—again. The higher-end sister company of HomeGoods, owned by The TJX Companies, opened its first location in the U.S. last summer in Framingham, Massachusetts. Now, it has announced plans to open an additional 400 stores throughout the country. It already runs 49 outposts i... By Katy B. Olson

A roundup of the latest showroom openings

industry insider | March 5, 2018
A smattering of showrooms open throughout the country this month. Case in point: The Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC) has seen significant expansion recently, the Seattle Design Center is growing its roster of showrooms, and New York and New Jersey are once again top choices for brick-and-m... By Taylor Barker

Michigan Design Center taps Michael Coyne for redesign

industry insider | February 23, 2018
For designers who work on a smaller scale, finding a convenient location to consult with clients can be a challenge. And while a design center can offer an efficient office alternative, it can still incite uncomfortable conditions: “If you’re buying Baker, you can’t hang out in Henredon,” says i... By Melissa Studach

The huge Italian brand you don’t know yet is coming to LA

industry insider | February 16, 2018
Whether or not you’ve heard of it, Visionnaire is huge: With a presence in 55 countries worldwide, the Italian luxury brand’s first flagship outside of Milan is opening in Los Angeles’s West Hollywood area. (It also made waves during last year’s Salone del Mobile, when it debuted a collection cr... By Katy B. Olson

Where to discover the newest showrooms

industry insider | February 5, 2018
The dawn of the New Year has brought about a variety of showroom openings. From coast to coast, the Midwest, the South and abroad, there are furniture, kitchen and textiles brands setting their sights on new locations. New York City Karen Pearse Global Direct has expanded its New York showro... By Taylor Barker

Baker tests new “destination” showroom concept in Chicago

industry insider | December 19, 2017
Fine furnishing manufacturer Baker recently unveiled a new-concept showroom in Chicago’s iconic Merchandise Mart. The innovative space, which hypes one-stop shopping by displaying sister brands Milling Road and McGuire, is the first in a series of new showroom models scheduled to launch worldwid... By Melissa Studach

New showrooms make their debut

industry insider | December 4, 2017
A multitude of showrooms have opened across the country, and a few notable moves have been made abroad. This month, New York City continues to be the first choice for brands making the move to brick-and-mortar, Atlanta is making some noise in the South, and The Future Perfect is continuing its u... By Taylor Barker
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