Graye Showroom Moves to HollywoodAuthor:Laiza Cors
Graye, the atelier and gallery in Los Angeles known for its offering of sleek contemporary design, is moving its showroom from Robertson in West Hollywood and finding a new home in Hollywood’s newest design destination. To better service the requests of its high-end clientele, Graye will transition from a private, appointment-only creative space to a showroom offering the best in custom lighting, decorative finishes, curated art and modern furnishings, which will all be immediately available for purchase. The new location will also expand its offering and enhance its focus on one-of-a-kind pieces and customization, allowing for more tailor-made projects and exclusive product offering. Designers and clients searching for unique furnishings now have the opportunity to request specific colors, finishes and materials.
Graye is curated by Maria Cicione, the founder and creative director, and has long been a platform for international designers as well as up and coming local talents, making it a true haven for designers, architects and private clients seeking extraordinary pieces. A sampling of some of the globally recognized designers highlighted at the Graye showroom include Gamfratesi, Gio Ponti, Michele de Lucchi, Francesco Rota, David Lopez Quincoces, Studio Mist-o, Jean-Marie Massaud and Xavier Lust. The new showroom will also feature an impressive list of brands distributed exclusively by Graye which include MDF Italia, Porada, DeCastelli, Linteloo, Gratz Archive and the largest collection of Porro in the US.
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