The Indiana Design Center is pleased to announce that three new showrooms will open in the building this fall: Lorenzo Finestre, MNK Furniture and Rusted Window. Lorenzo Finestre and MNK Furniture are new to the local and national marketplace, and Rusted Window will relocate from within Carmel, IN. These new business developments come as the Indiana Design Center approaches its tenth year as a premier destination for the design community and Indiana residents looking to build, remodel or decorate their homes.
The Lorenzo Finestre showroom will showcase a curated selection of both interior and exterior European doors, windows, and other luxury architectural products. With a high ability for customization and unmatched expertise, this showroom will be a wonderful resource for the design-build community. Lorenzo Finestre is a second business venture by entrepreneurs Cori Brown and Scott Brown, who also own Franklin Window & Door in Carmel.
“We have a passion for sourcing architectural products that can transform a home, and this showroom will feature designs and craftsmanship you simply cannot find elsewhere,” says Cori Brown, Lorenzo Finestre CEO.
MNK Furniture is a family-owned furniture manufacturer founded over 25 years ago that brings modern, clean lines to original classics. MNK will provide trade designers and retail clients unique furniture pieces that offer customization; allowing each piece to bring personal, unique design to every space.
The owners of MNK have designed collections that, “Create spaces with functional identity, balancing comfort level with visual impact, new innovations and old charm,” says Muniza Karim, MNK Furniture owner.
Rusted Window is a floral design business and lifestyle boutique that takes great care in assisting its clients create beautiful home environments, celebrate breathtaking events and give memorable gifts.
Owner and creative director, Stacy Molander, shares, “We look forward to joining the creative community of designers and retailers at the Indiana Design Center, and continuing to offer stylish design and décor resources plus fun workshops to our beloved clientele.”
Along with the opening of the new showrooms, the Indiana Design Center will soon launch its fall workshop series for the public to visit and learn on a range of topics presented by design professionals.
“As we approach our tenth year, we’re proud to have built a design center that is 100% leased with a collection of showrooms and professional offerings that serve as a vibrant resource for design professionals and Indiana residents,” says Melissa Averitt, Pedcor Companies senior vice president for sales and marketing.