EQ3 debuts floral artwork set up in Chelsea showroom

Canadian house furnishings provider and retailer EQ3 debuted an in-store set up by floral artist East Olivia in its Chelsea showroom in New York this month.

Recognized for large-scale floral installations seen throughout New York and past, founder Kelsea Olivia was capable of current a show that’s seen by EQ3’s NYC flagship, which has two tales of glass home windows on the nook of seventh Ave and seventh Road.

A have a look at East Olivia’s set up at EQ3 Chelsea, New York. Photograph by Sophie Sahara.

“We’ve lengthy been admirers of East Olivia’s stunning and distinctive preparations,” mentioned Anna Payne, EQ3’s vp of retail. “They bring about an vitality and vibrancy to their installments and we wished to rejoice a seasonal second that held extra significance than regular because of a metropolis therapeutic from practically a yr of shutdown. EQ3 is all about offering inspiration within the type of nice design, and East Olivia’s work could be very properly aligned with that mission.”

Payne mentioned EQ3 has been desirous about working with East Olivia since opening the Chelsea storefront in 2019. Creating locations is a part of what the model does, so it made sense to collaborate with the inventive company.

“The EQ3 showrooms are an expertise in themselves and we’re all the time seeking to associate with native manufacturers and people who find themselves innovators of their area,” Payne mentioned. “We’ll positively be searching for future alternatives to convey East Olivia in for additional collaborations. They had been a pleasure to work with and delivered a shocking show.”

Payne mentioned to date, the set up has been a success with clients.

“Our clients cherished the set up, taking to social media to share their photos,” she mentioned. “With the assistance of East Olivia, we sought out to indicate that inspiration, very similar to the reopening metropolis, was in bloom and our clients actually resonated with that.”

The show will stay up by the tip of Might.

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EQ3 debuts floral art installation in Chelsea showroom

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