When interior designer Laura Lee Clark Falconer moved her showroom from Dragon Street to Slocum Street, she gained more than just additional space. Sure, the 10,500-square-foot building is more than double the size of her old digs, but it’s what she did with all that newfound elbowroom that made us sit up and take notice. In addition to increasing her stock of Niermann Weeks lighting and furniture, and becoming the line’s exclusive dealer in Dallas, Falconer created a satellite Visual Comfort gallery in partnership with World Trade Center showroom Taylors on Ten, making the sought-after lighting line more accessible to designers and the public alike. She also carved out a dedicated art gallery for works she shows in collaboration with Barry Whistler Gallery and brought in two new exclusive fabric-by-the-yard offerings from Katherine Rally and local artist Megan Adams Brooks.
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