According to this month’s look at the home market, retail has made its return, with to-the-trade showrooms following close behind. In our July roundup, Business of Home has gathered all the expansions and openings to have on your radar.
Rose Tarlow Melrose House has opened a new flagship showroom at 425 North Robertson Boulevard in West Hollywood. The 7,000-square-foot contemporary wooden farmhouse was designed by architect Marc Appleton of Appleton Partners LLP, and will house the brand’s re-imagined antiques and home decor items.
Fort Myers–based design firm Dwayne Bergmann Interiors has opened a new location in Naples, Florida. The luxury showroom will display the brand’s eponymous line of custom cabinetry, along with custom furniture and curated accents designed with a nod toward the art deco movement and old Hollywood glamour.
Courtesy of Currey & Company
Currey & Company has debuted a new showroom in Atlanta, unveiling a 10,000-square-foot space with high ceilings, plus movable walls and counters to enable flexible exhibitions and events. The new location’s centerpiece is an oval structure called the Ellipse—made from high-grade plywood and draped in white canvas, the elevated platform will house pop-up shops, antiques and new design collections, among other special features.
Interiors Market has entered Atlanta’s Miami Circle design district with a 4,000-square-foot