The Indiana Design Center will welcome three new showrooms this fall: Lorenzo Finestre, MNK Furniture and Rusted Window. Each store is independently owned, which is vital to the mission of the IDC.
“We’re always looking for businesses that carry great resources for residential and commercial interiors,” said Andrea Kleymeyer, IDC executive director. “We look for businesses that can offer something to the homeowner or designer that is building, remodeling or redecorating their home. We even have a real estate agency here, so it’s very much a resource and a one-stop-shop.”
The Lorenzo Finestre showroom will showcase a curated selection of interior and exterior European doors, windows and other luxury architectural products. Lorenzo Finestre is the second business venture by Cori Brown and Scott Brown, who also own Franklin Window and Door in Carmel.
“We wanted to be in the Indiana Design Center even with our Franklin Window and Door showroom, but at the time we needed warehousing space,” Cori Brown said. “IDC is a great facility and it’s a great resource for our city. We’ve always wanted to be there, and now we’re excited that we’re going to get that opportunity with this new showroom.”
MNK Furniture is a family owned furniture manufacturer.
“They are a home decor and furniture manufacturer,” Kleymeyer said. “They have lighting, accessories and rugs. They’re a complete home resource for designers and consumers.”
Rusted Window is a floral design business and lifestyle boutique.
“They are relocating from another location in Carmel,” Kleymeyer said. “They’re a well-known and well-established store. They do home decor, floral gifts and unique accessories.”
IDC also will offer a fall workshops series for the public to visit and learn about a range of topics presented by design professionals.
For more, visit indianadesigncenter.com.