Boston is best known for its famous baked beans, Fenway Park, the Boston Marathon, and of course for the bar from Cheers, but dig a little deeper below the surface and you’ll find a surprising wealth of things that make Boston one of the best cities in America – and the world. Historic architecture and an array of design resources draw some of the country’s luxury showrooms. The best luxury showrooms in Boston are working alongside some of the best design brands in the world. Have a look!
#1 – Casa Design Living
Casa Design Living is celebrating its 10th anniversary of amazing furnishing and lighting selection. At the brand’s showroom, you’ll be able to find incredible customizable pieces to add to your next design project, regardless of the scale and style.
#2 – Design Within Reach
“Design Within Reach was born from the idea that good, modern design should be accessible to everyone. With that in mind, founder Rob Forbes set out to make the creations of designers like Eames, Le Corbusier and Saarinen “within reach” for the everyday shopper. The store’s Cambridge studio is carved out of a modern building in Harvard Square, and offers three floors with 32 full-room vignettes, allowing you to envision what the pieces might look like in your space.” – Boston Magazine
#3 – Divine Design Center
Husband and wife team Mariette and Magued Barsoum founded the company in 2004 at the urging of impressed clients. Mariette, an Interior Designer and Certified Kitchen Designer (CKD), as designated by the National Kitchen & Bathroom Association, had built a reputation over the years of putting her customers’ needs at the heart of innovative design.
#4 – Hudson
“Patternless and grayscale living spaces need look no further for revitalization. Hudson is a beautiful pastiche of design influences, seamlessly marrying the classic with the unexpected. The home goods boutique puts a youthful twist on traditional looks: a chic silver lamp with a tortoiseshell base, for example, or an Art Deco-esque side table with a zebra-print top.” – Boston Magazine
#5 – Infusion Furniture
“Woodworker Quentin Kelley handcrafts furniture in his Milton workshop, creating timeless pieces with a modern edge. From shape-shifting tables to classic and colorful stools, each piece blends traditional style with contemporary flair.” – Boston Magazine
#6 – Lekker Home
If you’re thinking about a home renovation, Lekker Home will have the best selection of furnishing and lighting!
#7 – Ligne Roset
“Though the brand’s headquarters are nestled in a small city in Eastern France, Ligne Roset’s home in Boston sits right on Boylston Street. The store is an exhibition of contemporary comfort from over 100 designers, replete with high-end monochromatic and two-toned creations, ranging from bedroom furniture to dining room outfits.” – Boston Magazine
#8 – Machine Age
“Antique flair graces modern silhouettes at this one-of-a-kind Dorchester store, which boasts New England’s largest collection of 20th-century furnishings. Sourced from America and Western Europe, unique finds such as a 1950s driftwood lamp or a hand-painted Italian table are ideal for illuminating or dressing up a living space.” – Boston Magazine
#9 – Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
“Who said contemporary interiors couldn’t be ultra-comfy? See cozy modern design for yourself in Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams’ Back Bay showroom, where eco-friendly upholstery covers a range of classic and modern sofas, chairs, and other living room staples.” – Boston Magazine
#10 – Montage
“This upscale furniture gallery features a mélange of European imports from venerable designers like B&B Italia, as well as new brands such as Antoine Proulx, the brainchild of Massachusetts native Marc Desplaines. Given the family-run enterprise’s versatility to offer both luxurious comfort and avant-garde designs, you just might be tempted to move in.” – Boston Magazine
#11 – One Kings Lane
“Housed in a former Fort Point warehouse, digital-first retailer One Kings Lane’s third-ever brick-and-mortar store is just fun to look at. Soaring ceilings, exposed brick, oversize windows, and wooden beams act as the backdrop for an array of new and vintage furnishings, decor, and lighting options from a variety of brands. Serious shoppers can meet with the in-house interior designer, while those simply looking for inspiration can feast their eyes on the carefully designed vignettes around the store.” – Boston Magazine
#12 – Roche Bobois
“With locations in Downtown Crossing and Natick, the vividly colored Roche Bobois showrooms deliver innovative, boundary-pushing pieces (including Jean Paul Gaultier’s playful chariot-inspired “Ben Hur” armchair with wheels) and patterns from designers such as Cécile Maia Pujol and Kenzo Takada without sacrificing comfort.” – Boston Magazine
#13 – Room & Board
“Take all the time you need to peruse Room & Board’s bright and airy five-floor showroom, which is stocked with more than 90 percent America-made pieces. For the methodic shopper, the showroom’s selection, which ranges from classic to midcentury in design, is neatly organized by category and function.” – Boston Magazine
#14 – Scavolini
“At Scavolini, our seamless process for kitchen, bathroom and living space design, planning, management, and implementation ensures your project is completed to the highest standard. You will partner with a dedicated designer from day one through project completion.” – Scavolini
#15 – Thos. Moser
“There’s hardly a bolt or screw in sight on a Thos. Moser original: The Maine-based company’s sleek wooden creations, ranging from masterfully sculpted side chairs to one-of-a-kind bed frames, nix metal fasteners in favor of visible joinery. The result is a timeless form that revels in simplicity, allowing the craftsmanship to shine through.” – Boston Magazine
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