Beginning this month, Scalamandré fabrics will be sold at two Grange Furniture showroom locations in Florida and Philadelphia. At the same time, Grange’s furniture will be available at Scalamandré’s showroom in the Marketplace Design Center in Philadelphia, PA and in the South Florida Design Park (SFDP) showroom in Hollywood, Florida.
Albert Sardelli and Steven Stolman presenting the Scalamandré spring collection to guests of the South Florida Design Park showroom
“We are thrilled with the opportunity to bring our design houses under one roof, as we continue to forge a new relationship and distribution with a leading, like-minded peer,” said Heather Ryan, managing director of Grange. “Grange has endured and flourished for more than a century and, like Scalamandré, it continues its tradition of maintaining the finest quality craftsmanship and design while creating products that blend a classic aesthetic in sync with today’s demands in the marketplace.”
Grange Furniture design
“Over the years, we have worked hard to establish and build relationships with the best and the brightest talent available in the marketplace,” said Lois Renzo, CEO of Scalamandré. “With Grange, not only have we found a fine furniture source, we have found an ideal partner who shares our company’s and our customers’ goal of design excellence and integrity.”
These two launches represent a new and innovative approach by both companies to offer a full complement of products and service to their collective design client base. This combination of luxury brands offers a complete selection of designs from fabric, wallcovering, trim, hardware to furnishings and other custom choices.
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