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Shoptalk: Pair’d Furnishings

The Indiana Design Center welcomes a new name in luxury furniture and decor.

Nestled in the Indiana Design Center, where many showrooms are reserved for the trade, newcomer Pair’d Furnishings makes its upscale home decor available to the public. Good thing, because otherwise we would be pressing our noses to the glass to swoon over opulent chandeliers, texturally decadent rugs, artisan-crafted furniture, and other accoutrements of a luxurious home. While snagging pieces from the floor is an option, the proprietary furniture manufacturer offers a suite of customizations (including its own textiles) from this flagship location; the company is headquartered in Bangledesh and designed an entire collection for their American debut. This allows shoppers to play with personalizing a sofa, cabinet, dining room table, and so much more. Each and every vignette is primed for future family gatherings, sleepy Sunday mornings, and homemade dinners among friends, and there’s no stopping you from making these dream-scapes—or your own customized variation—a reality.

(1) Quorra starburst chandelier, $4,600 (2) Ashbury stool, $485 (3) Veuve Clicquot book, $85 (4) Sea urchin decor, $156 (5) Cedar chair, $1,149

Pair’d Furnishings
200 S. Rangeline Rd., Carmel, 317-740-0318
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Monica Sallay is a writer, maker, and daily risk-taker. Previously, she held multiple roles in the fashion industry from web design and editorial work to feature film costume coordination. Today, Monica contributes to Indianapolis Monthly on the subject of fashion, lifestyle, and more. In addition to writing, she has a strong passion for volunteering and making the world a better place by contributing her time and efforts to many nonprofits in the Indianapolis area.

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