Cantoni to Debut Natuzzi Italia Showroom Concept

DALLAS-Cantoni, the modern furniture retailer and design studio, is set to open a new Natuzzi exclusive Italia showroom concept within its newly expanded flagship unit here.

Cantoni will mark the occasion with a grand-opening gala--A Celebration of Italian Design--in partnership with Modern Luxury Interiors Magazine on Dec. 6 at the new showroom.

Cantoni's 4,000 square-foot will feature the luxury label's sleek collections including Plaza, Frank, Opus, Savoy and Brio. Customers will be greeted by warm and welcoming hues of natural materials and precious woods that comprise the foundation of each unique installation in the Natuzzi Italia space. Each vignette will feature distinctive furniture collections, case goods and accessories, all handcrafted in Italy.

"Cantoni's partnership with Natuzzi Italia delivers on our 28-year commitment to bringing our clients the best in cutting-edge modern design," said Michael Wilkov, founder and chief energizing officer of Cantoni.

In keeping with the theme of the evening, Cantoni's grand opening celebration will feature live cooking demonstrations in the store's Bontempi Cucine kitchen by local chef Anthony Van Camp of SER Steak & Spirits. Guests will also enjoy fine Italian wines and cocktails, along with Italian-style music and an opportunity to view the latest designs from a local Maserati dealer.

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