Dering Hall 2.0
Dering Hall's curated design shopping site has a new, fancy look
and it is ravishing! The site relaunched last week. The four year old company has new creative talent and ready for their close-up with enhanced features, making it super easy to shop, whether using a hand held device or computer. The new search filters make it a snap for designers and savvy consumers to shop. And It is no longer necessary to travel the world over sleuthing out design, Dering Hall brings artisan studios and designer ateliers to your door with over 500 curated brands. Not to mention it is easier on the eyes with a planned series of features to allow guests to follow favored brands, designers, even offering trade-only pricing and benefits. The icing on the cake is they now combine inspiring editorial content continuing to deliver editorial features in the new Dering Hall Journal, as well as “Shop The Look” articles and inspiring editorials created by their in-house team, as well as media contributors from over 80 design and shelter outlets.
They are proud to have increased their partnerships with tradeshows, design centers and industry events. There is the brand new Wired & Inspired Virtual Showhouse series linking to Atlanta, Los Angeles, High Point and Boston. Dering Hall even expanded into Europe, with a larger presence at Decorex International in London this fall. Look for them to collaborate with Maison et Objet, What’s New, What’s Next at New York Design Center (NYDC), Thomas Lavin, Boston Design Market at Boston Design Center (BDC), High Point Market, San Francisco Fall Antiques Show and WestEdge.
In a nutshell, Dering Hall
is a premier shopping site and discovery platform for high-end design. Founded in 2011 by CEO of Waterworks Peter Sallick and reknowned interior designer Steven Gambrel, they were determined to improve sourcing for the design trade and savvy consumer.
Thursday, October 15
Design Sourcing Website Dering Hall gets a new look and feel
I am a working NYC residential Interior Designer, author of Nest by Tamara blog, nestnestnest.blogspot.com. freelance writer for magazines and co-owner/designer of fabric and wallpaper company rootcellardesigns.com. I enjoy writing, interior decorating, cooking, gardening, reading, shopping for antiques.