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Posted On: 23 March 2011 09:19 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:10 pm

Living In Interiors’ opens at Pearl

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Living In Interiors,’ the exclusive carriers of a range of luxury international brands in the region, has recently opened a new showroom at The Pearl-Qatar. The showroom features brands such as Baker Furniture, Armani CASA, Barbara Barry, Sawaya Moroni, Robert Kuo, Alfonso Marina, Tressera, McGuire Furniture, Henredon, Steelcase, Intershtul, Walter Knoll, Lees Carpets, Ivassalletti and Astec. Owner, Ashraf Tanani said: “We are ecstatic to be part of the world-class quality and style that The Pearl-Qatar provides. Our team of skilled interior designers, architects and exterior design experts are truly a full service experience you cannot find elsewhere.” Living In Interiors has been operating in Qatar since 2002, providing full service interior and exterior design services. Co-owner, Alia Tanani added: “The ability to provide customers with excellent interior designers and prestigious home furnishing brands is what sets us apart.” The Living In Interiors showroom was opened with a series of educational events about the latest interior design trends, presented by Washington DC-based designer, Thomas Pheasant. During the events, Pheasant addressed students from Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar, which offers the only fully accredited design programme in the Middle East. Executive vice president for retail and fashion at The Pearl-Qatar, Kirk Martin commented: “It is exciting to welcome the first Living In Interiors in Qatar on the island - the furnishing brands sold by Living In are works of art in their own right, pieces that are meticulously created to last a lifetime and to reflect the expectations of their owner.” “This exceptional quality is something we at The Pearl-Qatar strive to match in every aspect of this unique development,” he added. A spokesperson added that two separate Living In Interiors showrooms for Bottega Veneta and Ralph Lauren are expected to open in the near future.