Huge thanks to Architectural Digest for telling the story of our warehouse, so beautifully! The article shines light on the unique way we work with designers, and how our new space makes it easier than ever to find that just-right item any project.
In the piece, PAGODA RED founder Betsy Nathan shares how fulfilling it is to help designers reimagine ancient and antique objects in new, creative ways. “These are everlasting objects that have passed from one time and place to another, and will continue on that life cycle,” she explains.
The feature also highlights how clients are able to shop by size—for those times when they have a particular space to fill and need help brainstorming options—calling it “a particularly helpful function.”
From Architectural Digest:
“Designers in Chicago and beyond now have a greatly expanded option for sourcing vintage, ancient, and modern Chinese and Asian art and antiques with the opening of PAGODA RED’s new warehouse.”
But it’s the vastness of the space, and the ability to view the full, 4,000+ item collection, that earns the most glowing praise. “…the 25-foot ceilings and sheer number of fascinating, one-of-a-kind pieces make an impact from the moment you step through the door—and entice you to come back again and again.”
Read the full article here, and visit us at 1740 W. Webster Avenue, Chicago to experience the space in person.