Green Art debuts New York showroom
The Okin family, owners of Green Art, welcomed guests and showed off its new showroom in Huntington Station, New York.
Included in the more than 300 people that attended the grand-opening celebration were renowned interior designer Keith Mazzei and friends from Cancos Tile, whose tile can be found throughout the showroom’s kitchen and bath displays. “Trading Spaces” TV star Genevieve Gorder also stopped by to admire all the showroom has to offer and met guests for photos, Green Art noted.
The distributor noted it is thrilled to introduce its top-quality products and expert service to homeowners, interior designers, plumbers, and remodelers in the area.
“When we were considering our business expansion, we immediately thought Huntington would be the perfect spot for North Shore customers to find everything they need for their home,” Green Art President Alex Okin said. “And it is not only a convenient location, but houses a wealth of kitchen-and-bath fixtures, cabinetry, lighting, and home products to complete any renovation or new-build project.”
The 5,000-plus-square-foot showroom, constructed by Field Construction of NY and designed by Green Art Showroom Manager Jerod Palagi, is expected to be the new hot spot for Gold Coast interior designers, providing a seemingly endless array of choices to complete the style, look and feel clients desire in a comfortable, user-friendly environment with lots of hands-on working displays, Green Art noted. Top brands including Kohler, Robern, Pennville Cabinetry, Dimplex and Kichler are just a few that can be found at Green Art’s new showroom in Huntington Station.
Green Art added contractors and plumbers can visit the parts counter to pick up all the plumbing, heating, and irrigation supplies they need to get the job done as early as 7 a.m.