Keno Style Comes to Life in New Showroom Concept
Manhattan Living Provides Setting for Spring Introductions
April 5, 2013, High Point, NC – World-renowned furniture experts Leigh and Leslie Keno have translated Manhattan’s Upper East Side living into a new showroom concept they will unveil to retailers and media during the High Point Market, April 19-25.
The concept brings the Keno’s unique style to life via an eight-room luxury Manhattan apartment. Inside the 6,000 square foot space, the apartment artfully houses the complete Keno Bros. collection of more than 100 pieces that synthesize traditional styling with modern appeal. Included are approximately 40 new items in casegoods, lighting, upholstery, and for the first time, wall décor.
Theodore Alexander (229 West Russell Avenue, High Point) will host an invitation-only Open House in the Manhattan apartment for press and design bloggers on Sunday, April 21, from 3:00-4:30 p.m. Leigh and Leslie will welcome guests to Keno Bros. living.
“We’re excited to share our lifestyle concept,” said Leslie Keno. “The Manhattan apartment filled with our furniture brings our designs together while reflecting our own tastes and interests in a way that has not been done before.”
About Theodore Alexander
Theodore Alexander is renowned for unmatched craftsmanship, exquisite finishes and extraordinary design. Covering a diversity of periods and styles, their collections encompass thousands of unique lighting, home accents, case goods and upholstered furnishings. Theodore Alexander, its licensed Althorp Living History and Keno Bros. collections are available throughout the world at fine furniture galleries and design centers. For more information, please visit www.theodorealexander.com.
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