I popped into The Golden Triangle over lunch today and was completely blown away. While we covered the shop’s move/expansion in the mag, I personally hadn’t been there until today. I often stopped by the old location to browse, but this is something else entirely—a truly gorgeous space (23,000 square feet; they rent it out for parties). I love the dark paint and reclaimed wood on the walls, and the way Art Deco and contemporary pieces are mixed in with the store’s signature Asian collection. The vast space keeps things airy and uncluttered. Also, did you know that Golden Triangle does kitchens? I certainly didn’t. You can have yours re-done out of reclaimed elm from demolished buildings in Beijing. (The showroom has one on display.) If you are in the market for a coffee table (which I am—particularly the one pictured above!), they have plenty to choose from, and can make one for you out of reclaimed wood. Look for great deals at the sidewalk sale (40 to 70 percent off) August 15 to 30.
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