CHICAGO (Jan. 16, 2018) — Marking its thirteenth year at The Design Center at the Merchandise Mart, Michael-Cleary recently relocated its showroom to feature an expanded product offering. The brand will increase its presence, moving from the fourteenth floor to Suite 6-102.
The additional 800-square-feet of space allowed for the addition of new products from Grag Studios, Esperanza Collection Lighting and Artisan Rugs, as well as expanded lines from Niermann Weeks, de Gournay, Keith Fritz Fine Furniture and Minton-Spidell.
“We are thrilled to continue to grow our long-standing relationship with the Design Center,” said Matt Costigan, owner at Michael-Cleary. “With over a decade of success within our Chicago showroom, we are excited to expand both our offerings and our presence to the region’s active design community.”
Beth Hicks, managing director, marketing for the Design Center and Casual Market Chicago said, “Michael-Cleary has been a cornerstone for the Design Center and a key resource for design professionals, providing stunning fabrics, wallcoverings, lighting, furniture and accessories for nearly fifteen years. We are delighted to witness Michael-Cleary’s continued growth.”
The first event in the new showroom will be held on January 24, 2018, when Michael-Cleary will host a reception for the Design Center’s Business of Design Lecture Series at 12:30 pm. A grand opening party is scheduled for March 2018.
The new Michael-Cleary showroom is located at 222 W. Merchandise Mart Plaza, Suite 6-102.
The Michael-Cleary showrooms opened in the Washington Design Center in 1990 and in the fall of 2005 at the Design Center at The Merchandise Mart. Working closely with the design community, Michael-Cleary offers over 45 lines of residential home furnishings, fabric, lighting, wall covering, floor coverings and accessories. For more information, visit http://www.michaelclearyllc.com
The Design Center, located in Chicago’s historic Merchandise Mart, is home to four floors constituting the world’s largest and finest design center. As a leader in the $65 billion residential home furnishings market, the Design Center offers the largest presentation of high-end, customizable, residential and outdoor home furnishings worldwide, all under one roof. Encompassing 750,000 square feet, boasting more than 125 showrooms and featuring more than 2,500 product lines, it is the ultimate resource for designers and design enthusiasts of luxury furniture, fabrics, floor coverings, wall coverings, lighting and much more. For more information, visit designcenter.com.