Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Design District boasts three new showrooms
Careful not to break the bank.
DALLAS Three new showrooms for design inspiration in the Design District
Mar 12, 2013authored by Jennifer Smart filed in Featured Share on linkedin Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on email More Sharing Services
We’re just over two months in to 2013 and the Design District has already seen quite a few new businesses open their doors, with many more on the way.
Whether you’re a designer, an architect or simply a lover of good design, here are a few new showrooms you’ll want to keep your eye on.
If you’re like me, you’ve been anxiously awaiting the opening of Adriana Hoyos on Hi Line Drive. The Dallas showroom is only Adriana Hoyos’ third showroom in the United States, with most of the corporation’s bulk concentrated in Latin America (they’re headquartered in Ecuador).
Adriana Hoyos is renowned for her impressive resumé of hospitality design projects as well as her highly sought-after, exquisite high-end furniture. The pieces you’ll find in the Dallas showroom match the Adriana Hoyos aesthetic designers have come to love; exquisite furniture characterized by Latin American inspired dark and vibrant woods, earth tones and exotic materials.
Designers rejoice. As of Monday, Adriana Hoyos is officially open in the Design District.
Enter the world of Pummer-Winchester, where traditional inspirations fuse with precision craftsmanship.
Claus Pummer is all about organic, so when you stop by the new Pummer-Winchester showroom in the Design District, you can expect to see handmade furniture and design lines made without chemicals. Sleek, beautiful and environmentally friendly, what’s not to like? Pummer also represents SAMINA, a natural sleep system crafted by hand which its formerly sleep-deprived users swear by.
Most of us love wrought iron décor even if we sometimes take its decorative appeal for granted. Whether designing and building staircase railings, doors or balconies, Eleganté Iron has made iron design into a fine art and their beautiful, hand-crafted designs are guaranteed to add an element of sophistication to any area of your home. Although not new to the wrought iron business, Eleganté Iron just recently moved into their new showroom on Dragon Street.
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