Dering Hall Debuts, Partners with Hearst

NEW YORK-Dering Hall, an online design marketplace, launches today and will highlight a strategic partnership with Hearst Magazines which will include print and online media collaboration with Elle Decor, Veranda and House Beautiful magazines.

At Dering Hall, interior designers, architects, artisans, and design dealers display and sell their unique and custom furniture, lighting, and accessories via permanent storefronts accessible to both trade and public consumers. Designer products from the magazines and the accompanying websites will also be available. The site was founded by design industry entrepreneur Peter Sallick and interior designer Steven Gambrel.

Dering Hall visitors gain access to unique products previously available only to designers' private clients and from select showrooms.  "It's an entirely new approach to furnishing a home--and one that makes hunting for that perfect bespoke sideboard a dynamic and enjoyable experience," Gambrel said.

Dering Hall currently has nearly 100 storefronts and plans to expand globally.

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