Surya to Open Third Luxury Accessories Showroom

After a successful Chicago showroom launch, the accessories brand will open a new location in The Boston Design Center this summer.

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Surya's Chicago showroom at theMART

Surya will open its third luxury designer showroom at the Boston Design Center in August. Building on the success of its year-round design showrooms in Dallas and, most recently Chicago, the company continues to expand its vision to provide designers with year-round accessibility to the brand by opening several to-the-trade showrooms in major metros across the U.S. The last luxury showroom debuted a year ago in Chicago and has proven to be a successful prototype for the brand.

"We are continuously aiming to simplify the buying and sourcing experience for our customers,” says Satya Tiwari, President of Surya. “With the resounding success of our first permanent home in the Midwest, we set our focus on bringing the same collaborative partner experience to designers on the east coast. We have plans to open a second east coast location by the end of the year.”

Surya’s Boston showroom will make its home in The Boston Design Center, an all-inclusive design resource that is located in the Innovation District of Boston’s Seaport neighborhood. Like the Chicago showroom, the Boston location will allow trade professionals to interact personally with a high-end selection of Surya accessories including rugs, lighting, wall decor and accent furniture. Designers will be able to shop for current and upcoming projects as well as collaborate with clients in the showroom's dedicated workspaces.

As Surya prepares for the launch, they are actively seeking a Boston Showroom Manager. The new Surya showroom will be located at One Design Center Place, Suite 342.

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