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Meet Christopher Peacock

The leader in the design and manufacturing of luxury fitted furniture, Christopher Peacock has settled in to the Dallas design market.
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Meet Christopher Peacock

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Christopher Peacock began his career in the early eighties working at Terence Conran’s furniture store in London.  He launched Christopher Peacock Cabinetry in 1992, beginning with a kitchen display in a small store in Greenwich CT.  Since then he has opened showrooms throughout the U.S. and Europe, with locations in Greenwich, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco, New York City, Short Hills, Dallas, and in Cannes, Cote D’Azur, France.  Additionally, new showrooms opened in Jakarta, Indonesia, and in Nashville TN in 2020.

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His company is recognized as the ultimate in luxury cabinetry design gracing beautiful homes in the United States and internationally.  His work has allowed the company special opportunities, as Christopher has been invited to participate in the NYC Kips Bay Show House on seven occasions, has appeared on national television, and he has been featured in many shelter publications.  Additionally, he has designed cabinetry for two U.S. presidents, both Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, as well as many celebrity clients.

Peacock’s cabinetry style has been often imitated, but his creations remain singularly his own and proudly manufactured from his U.S workshop in West Virginia.

Since launching their Dallas showroom in 2017,  Christopher Peacock is thankful for the connections its company has made in the luxury interior design community thus far. Relationships with established design firms have provided many opportunities to design their custom cabinetry into some of the finest homes in the area. Dallas showroom Senior Designer, Ashley Brown, is incredibly talented and she welcomes you to visit her at the Dallas Design District Showroom.

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