Bespoke kitchen furniture manufacturer Smallbone has opened a showroom in Greenwich, Connecticut, as the first of a new wave of openings in the country.
Set in a New England landmark, in Greenwich, the satellite showroom measures almost 1,000sqft and also boasts a basement.
It will present the company’s latest kitchen collections, such as Icarus (pictured) as well as whole house furniture solutions.
The Greenwich showroom precedes the opening of a space in Maddison Avenue, later in the year.
This marks a return for the company’s showroom network in America, following the closure of its last showroom in New York around two years’ ago.
Speaking about the launch of its showroom, president value creation officer of Lux Group Holdings Ronnie Shemesh said: “The launch of our new Smallbone Greenwich Showroom is an exciting new project; a design hub servicing the West Coast and surrounding area for all-home furniture design projects.
“Our dedicated designers are on hand to provide a bespoke and customised service, adding value to any private or large-scale development projects.
Founded in 1978 in Devizes, Wiltshire, Smallbone is owned by Lux Group Holdings which is also the parent company of Brookmans, Mark Wilkinson Furniture and McCarron & Co.