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Surya Opens Showroom in the Boston Design Center

Surya has announced the officially opening of a design showroom in the Boston Design Center. The company also has design showrooms in Chicago, Dallas and Atlanta.

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Surya's Boston Design Center Showroom
Surya has officially opened it's latest Design Center Showroom in Boston.

Surya announced today that its Boston Showroom located in the Boston Design Center, Suite 324, is officially open for business. The Boston location will allow trade professionals to interact personally with an impressive high-end selection of Surya accessories including vibrant 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 workspace. In addition to Boston, Surya has year-round showroom locations in Atlanta, Chicago and Dallas. The Boston showroom mirrors the 7,000-square-foot footprint of Surya’s Chicago location which opened at the Mart in 2018.

“We’re excited to debut our new Boston showroom, which will allow us to better serve our designer customers throughout the eastern United States,” said Satya Tiwari, President of Surya. “We look forward to showcasing our high-end offering of Surya rugs and accessories, including pillows, lighting, wall decor and accent furniture, which will give designers an all-inclusive resource for both residential and commercial projects.”

“We’re thrilled to welcome Surya to Boston,” said Kristan McLaughlin, General Manager at the Boston Design Center. “Surya’s high-quality, innovative and customer-centric standard has been world-renowned for more than 40 years, and we look forward to offering their accessories that feature the latest trends to our design community.”

Surya’s diverse product offering includes a comprehensive collection of coordinating rugs, pillows, throws, wall decor, lighting and accent furniture for every lifestyle and design aesthetic.

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