MIAMI — Luxury contemporary home furnishings source Interlude Home has opened its third showroom here showcasing its custom upholstery and case goods collections.
The 4,000-square-foot space at 3910 Biscayne Boulevard open to the interior design trade follows the opening this past September in Los Angeles. The fashion-forward company also has a showroom in New York.
All of the Christiansburg, Va.-based company’s contemporary upholstery is made to order in its own factly. The in-house design team also works on furniture designs with artisans, craftsmen and factories across the world including in Vietnam, Indonesia, China, Thailand, India and Europe.
“We are ecstatic to be making a home in South Florida,” said Wendy King Philips, who co-founded Interlude Home with Carl Philips. “We feel the area offers a unique and luxurious place for us to showcase our designer furnishings. We believe our new location will fuse into Miami’s luxurious culture and most fashionable Design District neighborhood perfectly.”
Wendy King Philips, who serves as creative director, is an avid traveler, inspired by her travels and the craftsmen that work on the furniture designs with her, the company said.
“They both believe that the home is a sanctuary where distinctive, clean design adds a sensuous, calm quality to one’s lifestyle,” the company said. “Their furniture is carried in some of the most premier retailers like Neiman Marcus and used by notable designers like Sasha Bikoff, Victoria Hagan, Pembrooke and Ives and Nicole Fuller …”
The company’s contemporary designs are “inspired by the world’s runways, featuring sleek and sophisticated silhouettes, luxe textures, mixed materials and a honed-neutral palette,” it said.
Interlude Home is showing during the June 5-9 High Point Market in its new showroom at 242 N. Hamilton Street.