Arteriors reopening Dallas Design District showroom

Arteriors reopening Dallas Design District showroom


Home furnishings, accessory and lighting producer Arteriors will reopen its Dallas Design District showroom on Monday, May 18.

The showroom, the company’s largest and one that serves design professionals and consumers, had been closed since March 23 when Dallas County initiated restrictions on non-essential businesses on March 23.

“The safety of our employees, our clients and our community remain paramount, so we have taken our time in evaluating and planning for the re-opening of our Dallas location continuing to be measured and cautious. We have set up thoughtful ways of welcoming and engaging with clients during their visits so that we remain hospitable, while at the same time using best practice COVID-19 preventative measures,” said Steve Davis, president and CEO of Arteriors. “Our brand ambassadors are excited to be safely back in the showroom surrounded by all new product and eager to reveal this year’s assortment to their visiting clients.”

The 5,000-square-foot space, located at 1413 Dragon Street, has been newly merchandised to showcase its new 2020 Inspired Collection that would have been displayed at High Point Market in April. The collection of lighting, furniture and accessories introduces hundreds of new pieces into the Arteriors lineup.

Additionally, the Dallas showroom will feature the debut collection of interior designer Beth Webb, which launched on the company’s web site digitally on March 25th. The Beth Webb Collection, comprised of 35 styles includes an assortment of lighting, accessories and accent furniture marks her first home collection.

The company’s other branded showrooms located in New York, Los Angeles and London will re-open as those markets begin to stabilize with COVID19 reported cases and remaining compliant with local government ordinances.

Both the 2020 Inspired Collection and the Beth Webb Collection are stocked and ready for immediate purchase and fulfillment.





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