Like the design industry itself, the New York Design Center, is ever evolving and adapting. Located at 200 Lexington Avenue in New York City, it is one of the country's largest and most vital design centers, the ultimate trade resource for fine furnishings, fabrics, and rugs. And these four new showrooms, an expanded space for the popular Arteriors showroom, and the arrival this fall of Interlude Home, means that NYDC remains every designer's first choice when on the hunt for the unique, the special, and the beautiful.
Based in the historic mill town of Fall River, MA, textile and rug producer Merida has been crafting rugs for more than 30 years from materials both traditional and innovative.
Its new larger space at NYDC allows the Dallas-based Arteriors to showcase even more of its extensive array of furnishings and accessories, including collections by Jay Jeffers, Windsor Smith, and Barry Dixon.
Renowned for its custom sleep sofas, Avery Boardman has become one of the country's premier upholstery shops, working with designers to fulfill every need of their clients, from innovative beds to supremely comfortable sofas.
CL STERLING & SON
Using luxury materials including rock crystal, silvered glass, brass, and silk, CL Sterling & Son crafts lighting both classic and contemporary, and works with designers to create custom pieces for residential and hospitality projects.
With an eye for fashion trends and and an atelier of fine artisans, Interlude Home creates stylish furnishings, lighting, and accessories that are of the moment, but crafted to become treasured heirlooms.
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