It’s officially 2022, and several design brands have decided to ring in the New Year in style with a list of in-store and showroom debuts. In our monthly overview, BOH has gathered all the expansions and openings you need to have on your radar.
Showroom spotlight: Samuel & Sons inaugurates its second European showroom in Paris
When Samuel & Sons opened its first showroom across the pond seven years ago with a location in London, it allowed the New York-based trimmings brand to showcase their offerings for the first time at a whole new clientele. Today, as the company celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2022, it is preparing to continue this expansion in continental Europe with the opening of its sixth showroom, located on the Right Bank in Paris. The location of rue du Mail was chosen for its central place in the city’s textile district, according to the president of Samuel & Sons Michael cohen: “We feel that this street is essentially the heart of the Parisian design center,” he says.
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The brand worked with a local French architect to clear the space and design the interior from scratch. The result is an elegant 2,000 square foot showroom adorned with gray herringbone tiling and blush toned oak cabinetry for a warm and inviting feel. Spread over two floors, the first level of the space focuses on contemporary offerings such as braids and edging, while the second level emphasizes more traditional trimmings, for a total of 10,000 styles in the room. entire exhibition hall. In addition, the brand has included a feature that cannot be found in any of its other showrooms in the world: its largest selection of double welded fittings, a style unique to the French market, available at the purchase in the showroom or for immediate delivery locally. Complete with seating and ample meeting space, the new showroom exists to present Samuel & Sons’ offerings to a new group of clients, Cohen hopes, while respecting the design legacy of his new estate.
“We are opening in France, which for me is remarkable, because it is the world capital of trimmings. It’s the birthplace, ”Cohen says. “We are really entering this market with humility, but I think we bring a new perspective and a big scale, and we are excited about this opportunity. “
Arhaus opened its latest Arhaus Studio location – a smaller, service-oriented store footprint compared to the brand’s traditional retail location – in the Muse Building in downtown Aspen. Created in the same vein as the brand’s recent openings in Burlingame, Calif., And Miramar Beach, Florida, the new 3,114-square-foot studio features a wide selection of home furnishings, room planning technology in 3D and a team of in-house designers. to assist clients in the design process.
Holland & Sherry opened a showroom in the Denver Design District, built as a design studio for the brand’s customers. Located in the West Building, the new space features comprehensive displays of Holland & Sherry home textiles, custom embroidery, rugs, wall coverings, trim, leather, hardware and furniture.
Interior design and remodeling company Everything Home has moved into a 2,600 square foot showroom and studio on the first floor of the Indiana Design Center. The new location will offer a selection of home furnishings and decorations, while providing customers with the opportunity to meet with the EH team to discuss their processes and services.
Expert in upholstery and rugs Didier Marien– which operates galleries in Paris, Brussels and New York – has opened a new flagship at 232 East 59th Street in Manhattan. The 8,000 square foot space features a range of rugs and tapestries by artists such as Sonia delaunay, Alexandre calder and Vassily kandinsky, as well as a selection of items from other decorative categories, including a collection of handmade furniture created by Jean-Yves Lanvin (the great-grandson of the couturier Jeanne Lanvin) and Marien himself. Other features of the new gallery include sculptures, contemporary paintings and original carpet designs created in collaboration with Marien and a selected group of artists.
Online home decor store A.Mano Brooklyn has opened its first brick-and-mortar space in Brooklyn, showcasing the work of local artists and manufacturers with a selection of handmade home decor items. handmade, tableware, furniture, jewelry, apothecary projects, vintage knickknacks – knickknacks, stationery and garden products. Located in Prospect Heights, the 1,873 square foot space includes community space and a café as well as a selection of products including A. Mano’s collection of vintage furniture sourced mostly from auctions and remodeled in workshops around from Brooklyn, as well as the work of designers such as Justin rothshank, Adams puryear and Stephanie DeArmond.
Home page image: Samuel & Sons’ new showroom in Paris, France. | Courtesy of Samuel & Fils