Greenwich Living Design in Stamford, Connecticut has a new name, a new look and a brand new location
The showroom features rare and important furniture and home décor by iconic and lesser-known designers from the 18th thru the 20th century, with a focus on 19th century French design and 20th century works. Many styles and periods are represented.
By: Greenwich Living Design
The move brings with it many internal and external changes for the family-owned and operated gallery, chief among them its place in the Stamford Waterside Design District, a creative neighborhood and shopping destination dedicated to interior design and architecture and serving decorators, designers and design-enthusiasts alike.
Greenwich Living Design is the first art, antiques and design gallery in the District. Its space – on the first and second floors – is filled with rare and important furniture and home décor by iconic and lesser-known designers from the 18th through the 20th century, with a focus on 19th century French design and 20th century works. The gallery is home to various styles and periods, including those in the Hollywood Regency and Mid-Century Modern style.
Recent installations feature Maison Jansen, Gio Ponti, Phillip and Kelvin LaVerne, Francois Linke, Ueli Berger, Massimo Vignelli, and many more. Rare case/storage pieces and important seating are elegantly highlighted and sit elevated among other works in installs throughout the gallery. Both floors are invitingly open-concept and are filled with eye-pleasing natural light.
"When the business existed as Greenwich Living Antique & Design Center, its focus was mainly on traditional décor and antiques," said Nick Pizzichillo, Greenwich Living Design's Gallery Manager and son of company founder Sam Pizzichillo. "But now, we've re-introduced the brand and diversified our inventory, with Mid-Century Modern pieces and contemporary artwork."
"Our mission at Greenwich Living Design is to energize, rejuvenate and inspire through timeless design," Nick Pizzichillo said. "We've served tastemakers and the design-forward community for twenty years and have worked with some of the top decorator/designers in the country. We are widely known for having some of the most important furniture and high-end home décor, along with unmatched customer service."
To auction, consign or sell one piece or a collection, you may call Greenwich Living Design at 203-274-5130;