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  • Broadway's Iconic Old School Becomes Home to Luxury Showroom.
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    Alison Readings

Broadway's Iconic Old School Becomes Home to Luxury Showroom.

Broadway's Iconic Old School Becomes Home to Luxury Showroom.

Nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, the historic village of Broadway is a mecca for art, furniture, sculpture and anything beautiful and original. Once the busy hub for British furniture manufacturer Gordon Russell, Broadway has become the 'go to' destination for discerning shoppers looking for something a little bit different. Whether it's the relaxed shopping atmosphere, the hazy Cotswold views or the local hospitality, year on year shoppers come back for day trips and holidays to experience all that Broadway has to offer.

With the arrival of Broadway Luxury on the High street, shoppers now have a unique opportunity to browse luxury art and interiors currently unavailable in the historic Cotswold village. While Broadway is   synonymous with art, very few outlets offer a unique blend of luxury paintings and contemporary glass and sculpture and furniture.

David Hamilton, director of Broadway Luxury describes the new gallery as "one of those timeless venues steeped in history, yet full of charm. A warm and inviting space where shoppers can truly find one off pieces of art and experience them in an inspirational setting.

You could call it Luxury redefined, for us it's about sourcing rare and unusual pieces of art and making them available for people to experience. Art buying is a very emotive process and can define a living space. We want to give customers the time and space to explore and discover their perfect piece of art".

The new gallery opens at the end of May and marks the beginning of ambitious plan to bring rare and unusual luxury art to Broadway's high street.

  • Post author
    Alison Readings