In early 2008 a new antiques center was opened in the heart of Stamford, Connecticut's renowned antiques and design district. For many years, the area has been the destination of choice for antiques buyers, dealers, designers and interior decorators on the East coast. Our broad and expansive 30,000 square foot building is located less than a minute off I-95, at the gateway to this diverse area.
Greenwich Living Antiques & Design Centré proudly represents many of the finest dealers of high-end antiques in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and the rest of the United States. The majority of the local dollar sales in the district come from purchases made in our store and at Connecticut Antiques Center, our sister store a quarter mile up the road. Our business has been strong and consistent since the day we opened.
We feature period American and European furnishings and antiques from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Our location also hosts some of the finest dealers of mid-century furniture, lamps, jewelry, handbags, Persian area rugs and other quality accessories. Specializing in upscale, fine antiques and decorative accessories, we are just 45 minutes from Manhattan by highway or the Metro-North rail line. The Stamford train station is just a couple blocks away.
Some of our amenities include a gourmet coffee bar and a conference room for designers. You will find ample, free parking right in front of our building or in our large lot across the street. Within the surrounding area, there is a host of talented artisans, restorers, textile dealers, antiques sellers and numerous home furnishing centers. With a focus on fun, value, style and quality, we are the location of choice.
Come in and see our impressive collection of fine art, porcelain, silver, clocks, lighting, mirrors, and fine furnishings of different periods and styles. Whether you prefer the refined elegance of English Country, the fashionable style of Mid-Century and Modern, the exuberance of French Louis XV and Neoclassical or the tradition of American 18th and 19th century, you will find it here.