Quoizel’s Newly Remodeled Showroom

For months now we have been talking and posting images of the renovation of Quoizel’s Dallas Showroom.  Quoizel closed their 4th floor space and broke through to its neighboring showroom on the 3rd floor.  It took eight months to renovate and expand the 14,000 sq. foot showroom.  This beautiful space showcases Quoizel’s impressive product line and better serves its retail partners.  One of the missions in the renovation was to provide displays that could be used in any dealer showroom.  Six new displays as well as portable hanging walls are available to retailers to highlight their vignettes.

A project of this magnitude was certainly no easy task.  The renovation was led by Todd Phillips, who worked with Quoizel’s in-house design, sales and marketing staff, along with an outside showroom designer.  

The wait was finally over last week and a formal ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Friday, January 20th followed by a cocktail party.  A great time was had by all and the Quoizel showroom was all the buzz at Market.  The comments were that the showroom is state-of-the-art in both fashion and function. 

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

2 thoughts on “Quoizel’s Newly Remodeled Showroom

  1. D. Jean Robinson Reply

    Looking for information on a vintage Quoizel floor Lamp. It may have come from the Pomez Collection & is Medici Bronze.
    The handmade glass shade is golden & wide @ the bottom with a rufflle. It is signed Todd Phillis.

    Please email any information that you may have. It is truly a great lamp.

    All Is Well
    D. Jean

    1. quoizel Reply

      D. Jean, I sent a reply regarding your inquiry on the Pomez & Salamander Collection to vinjewels@aol.com. I hope you find this information helpful.

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