TableArt Upsizes to Larger Location

LOS ANGELES-Tabletop retailer TableArt has moved to a larger location here in Los Angeles, almost doubling its size.

The new space was custom built to incorporate the best elements of the former location, while at the same time improving them. In addition to a larger showroom and an expanded collection, TableArt now offers ample customer parking. The new store, located at 8024 Melrose Avenue, has allowed TableArt to expand current brands, including Robert Haviland & C. Parlon, Theresienthal, Colle, Dibbern, Egizia, Lobmeyr, Hering Berlin, J. Seignolles and Martha Sturdy, as well as add a number of new brands, such as Saint-Louis, Alessi, Forge de Laugiole, Manufacture de Monaco and Stelton. TableArt is also now the Los Angeles home for two European lighting brands, Saint-Louis and Lobmeyr.

When asked what key factors have played into TableArt's success over the past years, owner Walter Lowry said in a statement, "Two things: Our unique collection and our unequaled customer service. TableArt made a commitment when the store opened in 2004 to return to an era when customer service really meant something. To us, every one of our customers is special. That is our difference."

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