Twelve new showrooms made their presence known at Fall Market last week at the Decoration and Design Building (DDB). Some have been open since June, some won’t officially open until the winter, but all promise to bring a diverse assortment of new products and resources for designers.
Ashlee Harrison, marketing director for the DDB, explains how the building is always moving forward and evolving.
“The DDB is expanding, growing and diversifying its matrix to offer a cross section of elite industry resources under one roof,” said Harrison.
“By bringing in Benjamin Moore (Paint and Color Specialists), The Silver Peacock (Luxury Tabletop), Christopher Peacock (Kitchen) and other luxury brands that span beyond just fabric and furniture,” she said, “We truly become one of the most focused design destinations in the world.”
The new showrooms include:
Artesano Ironworks, Suite 1200
Baccarat, Suite 1005
Benjamin Moore, Suite 615
Christopher Peacock, 222 Annex Building, 5th Floor
The Claremont Furnishings Fabrics Co., Suite 1405
Classic Rug Collection, Suite 1805
Garrett Leather, Suite 1107
Knoll | Richard Shultz, Suite 1523
PID Floors, Suite 1508
Robert Lighton, Suite 1206
The Silver Peacock, 12th Floor
Warp & Weft, Suite 1203
As a part of the DDB’s promise to be ever changing and evolving, a handful of showrooms that have been a staple in the building are expanding to bring designers even more.
Arnitex LLC, Suite 1207
Duralee, Suite 620
Holland and Sherry, Suite 1402
Wired Custom Lighting, Suite 105
For more information on the DDB and its new showrooms, visit the website.
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