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5 Showrooms to Visit This Weekend

By Luis R. Rigual | March 3, 2021 | Home & Real Estate Home & Real Estate

Whatever your interior design needs are, these venues have you covered.

A vignette featuring the Blazer collection from Minotti PHOTO COURTESY OF THE SHOWROOMS
A vignette featuring the Blazer collection from Minotti PHOTO COURTESY OF THE SHOWROOMS

1. ENNE A Turkish import, this showroom recently opened its first U.S. showroom in the Design District. Turkish modernism marks the showroom’s collections of furniture and lighting by top names such as Christophe Pillet, Maurizio Manzoni, Carlo Colombo, Mustafa Toner, Marconato Maurizio, Terry Zappa and Arketipo Design. 3921 NE Second Ave., Miami, 305.631.2115, enne.com.tr

Le Classique kitchen from L’Atelier Paris PHOTO COURTESY OF THE SHOWROOMS
Le Classique kitchen from L’Atelier Paris PHOTO COURTESY OF THE SHOWROOMS

2. Farrey’s

A premier source for lighting, bath and hardware in South Florida for more than 95 years, Farrey’s is one of Miami’s most respected and well-stocked showrooms. Its vast facilities in North Miami and Coconut Grove allow it to carry a mammoth inventory, making delivery of product a much quicker and streamlined process for buyers. Additionally, the venue’s collection of crystal chandeliers (which includes stunners such as the Baronet, the Trilliane and the Chrysalita) is one of the best in the state. 1850 NE 146th St., North Miami, 305.705.6850; 3000 SW 28th Lane, Miami, 305.676.8161, farreys.com

3. L’Atelier Paris

Considered the foremost leader in made-to-measure kitchens and ranges, L’Atelier opted for Miami’s Upper East Side for its first U.S. showroom, which celebrates its one-year anniversary this month. The brand’s first direct-to-consumer location offers custom ranges, cabinetry and fixtures in signature styles that can be customized in an infinite array of colors, materials, finishes and accessories. 6151 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 800.792.3550, leatelierparis.com


The Aster table from ENNE PHOTO COURTESY OF THE SHOWROOMS
The Aster table from ENNE PHOTO COURTESY OF THE SHOWROOMS

4. Minotti

A 10,000-square-foot showroom designed by the Minotti Studio in Italy, this venue presents more than 500 products from the brand’s collection. Of note is the Blazer collection by Rodolfo Dordoni, a line that best expresses the artisanal attitude of Minotti with a seating system complemented by a series of cushions in different sizes and headrests that can be freely positioned for maximum comfort. A knowledgeable staff that stays current on all matters of contemporary design enhances any visit here. 3801 NE Second Ave., Miami, 305.306.9300, minotti.com

5. Visionnaire

With locations in Milan, Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Miami, Visionnaire has design capitals well covered. The brand’s 7,500-square-foot Miami showroom is a showplace of superior Italian-made design. Among some of the highlights are the Montparnasse living room collection by Mauro Lipparini and the Ultrasound bedroom collection. Visionnaire can 100% customize all of its products to accommodate clients’ needs.2063 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 786.577.4370, visionnaire-home.com



Photography by: photos courtesy of the showrooms