An Antique Market Opened at the Boston Design Center
There’s a new reason to make a trip to the Boston Design Center: antiques.
The Design Center has added what’s been dubbed “Antique Market Stalls,” a 10,000-square-foot boutique-style market filled with antiques from around the world. Various dealers will feature a wide range of styles of furniture, lighting, and art dating as far back as the 17th century.
The Design Center is usually a go-to resource for design professionals, but the Antique Market Stalls present a new opportunity for the public to enjoy all that it has to offer. According to the Design Center, the marketplaces signals the building’s shift into “a progressive, all-inclusive design resource.”
There will be more than 20 local vendors in the stalls, including dealers like Danish Country, European Country Antiques, Charles Spada Interiors, ModHaus, and Devonia Antiques.
The full list of vendors and information about the market stalls can be found at bostondesign.com.