KingsHaven’s Lauren Wylonis, left, and Andrew Raemsch.
KingsHaven, a retailer and manufacturer of lighting, accessories and furniture, is opening a showroom in New York’s Decorating & Design Building.
The KingsHaven showroom in Manhattan is located at 979 Third Ave. and opened to design professionals Oct. 5, with a wide range of ready-to-ship light fixtures and custom lighting options through the company’s Customization Workroom concept.
Displayed throughout the showroom are lighting displays featuring chandeliers, pendants, sconces, lamps, lanterns, semi-flush and flush-mount fixtures, and other lighting choices for interiors and outdoor spaces. Designers can collaborate with the KingsHaven showroom lighting design team to create custom light fixtures in any size, style, color and finish to accomplish their residential and commercial project needs.
“The launch of our lighting showroom at the prestigious Decoration & Design Building is the realization of our national team’s enthusiasm for highly unique, handcrafted light fixtures,” said Lauren Wylonis, chief executive officer, founder and lead designer with KingsHaven.
KingsHaven chose the DDB for its new showroom to serve as an easy access point and a mindful design resource for designers seeking distinctive lighting for challenging installations. Andrew Raemsch is its new national sales director and New York showroom manager. Raemsch has more than 25 years of experience in the design industry.
The showroom represents the company’s first permanent product showcase in New York City. The showroom will offer complimentary lighting plan consultation, custom design lighting through the KingsHaven Customization Workroom, detailed product specifications, and expedited ordering and shipping support to streamline lighting solutions for designers, architects, design-build professionals and other specifiers.
“New York City, like KingsHaven, has an appreciation for art, creativity and cutting-edge design, which is why we feel as though our lighting can be showcased to its full potential at this location. We look forward to working with designers at the showroom, and continuing to do so virtually, to help bring their detailed project visions to life,” said Wylonis.
KingsHaven will show at this month’s High Point Market in Woodbridge Furniture’s showroom. Its flagship design showroom and retail store is located west of Philadelphia in the Mainline suburbs.