Paul Ferrante Reopens Original Melrose Place Showroom
Established in the 1950s as the first design showroom on Melrose Place, Paul Ferrante recently reopened its doors just in time to celebrate its 60th anniversary. After months of construction and a temporary relocation at the Pacific Design Center, Paul Ferrante has returned to its roots in the La Cienega Design Quarter. The redesigned showroom offers visitors an elegant shopping atmosphere with a simple elegance unique to the Ferrante name.
“The redesign of our original Melrose Place showroom allows us to reintroduce Paul Ferrante’s old world artisanship to a new generation of design enthusiasts,” says co-founder Tommy Raynor and partner to the late Paul Ferrante.
The space brings a new light to the showroom’s layered history. The Paul Ferrante design team and bicoastal architect John Armstrong collaborated together to recreate the 3,500 square foot showroom. Reflective of Paul Ferrante’s design aesthetic, the redesign reflects Palladean-rooted, neoclassical features, such as black iron-cased windows and French oak floors.
With clientele among the likes of Bunny Williams, Madeline Stuart, and Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Paul Ferrante has been one of the most sought-after names in lighting and furniture design because of its quality craftsmanship and attention to detail. Serving an array of customers, Paul Ferrante produces custom pieces to meet designers’ unique visions while also providing shoppers with a wide selection of original reproductions and antiques from the 18th and 19th centuries.
Pieces by Paul Ferrante are frequently included in notable interior design publications such as Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, and Traditional Home. The showroom continues its legacy as a shopping destination for designers from across the world, now with a brand-new interior to explore.
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