Effective May 1, Scalamandré will move its collections, along with its sales force, into Stark Fabric's showroom in New York's Decoration & Design Building at 979 Third Avenue.
Stark’s brands currently include Old World Weavers, Lelievre, Missoni, Fonthill, Grey Watkins and Colony. The new partnership will offer unique service and quality to the companies’ collective design clients.
Stark Showroom in the D&D Building
“In November, an opportunity arose for Scalamandré to represent Stark Fabrics’ Fonthill and Grey Watkins collections in our Atlanta showroom," said Louis Renzo, President of Scalamandré. "It has been a wonderful alliance and, in turn, when Stark Fabrics graciously invited us to display our collection in their 10th floor showroom, it was too good an offer to refuse."
"Over the years, Scalamandré has been exceptionally fortunate to have the distinguished leadership of its showrooms, agents and sub-agents," Renzo added. "We have worked hard to establish and build relationships with the best and the brightest talent available in the marketplace and, with Stark Fabrics, we have found an ideal partner who shares our goals of design excellence and integrity.”
John and Steven Stark added, “Scalamandré is a storied brand that will complement the Stark collection perfectly and we are delighted to welcome them into our New York showroom. For 75 years, the Stark name has been synonymous with the highest quality rugs, carpets, fabric and wallcovering. We pride ourselves on only delivering the best to our clients. Scalamandré’s commitment to uncompromising quality will make them a great asset to our New York showroom.”
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