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In the new Lucenti Interiors showroom, third-generation artisan Biagio Lucenti brings “the beautiful life” to downtown Greenwich. Offering custom millwork, an expanding selection of Italian brands exclusive to Lucenti Interiors in Greater Fairfield County (Ernestomeda, FLOS, Edoné, Pacini & Cappellini) and ever attentive customer service, you won’t want to miss stopping by. Using in-house CAD drawings or floor plans and elevations from an architect, the Lucenti Interiors team can create any custom environment, for both residential and
commercial projects.
If you do stop in, expect a warm Italian welcome. “Walking into the GREENWICH GOES INTERNATIONAL WITH ITALIAN LUXURY FROM LUCENTI INTERIORS

showroom is like being transported to the center of all design in Milan,” says Lucenti. “My clients will experience the quality, luxury and representation
of what the true Italian lifestyle is about, all while being guided by an authentic Italian wearing cutting-edge Italian fashions, oozing passion for the
products and wildly gesturing through broken English. It doesn’t get better
than that!” And indeed, it doesn’t.
The showroom is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Saturday by appointment, but Lucenti Interiors is happy to
accommodate anyone’s schedule.
124 East Putnam Ave, Greenwich;

LUXE Interiors + Design

On the right: Surfaces in the kitchen, which was inspired by contemporary Italian design, were chosen for their. The island’s Silestone countertop is from Cosentino; a light fixture from RH Modern hangs above.
Custom kitchen cabinetry is from Lucenti Interiors in New York.

Shared from the 11/18/2021 Greenwich Time eEdition

Town attracts high-end Manhattan design shop

Lucenti Interiors showroom to ‘share the luxury of Italian-style, elegant comfort’

By Karen Tensa

Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media
Owner Biagio Lucenti inside the new Lucenti Interiors showroom in Greenwich.

GREENWICH — Looking to relax la vita dolce? A new shop on East Putnam Avenue offers everything needed to decorate your space in high style.

Lucenti Interiors held a ribbon-cutting ceremony recently for its new showroom at 124 E. Putnam Ave. in central Greenwich. It is the second location for the interior design firm, which also operates on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.

Discerning shoppers can find furnishings, millwork and other items from high-end design brands that are appropriate for residential, commercial or hospitality projects. The new store provides expert consultation and custom interiors that showcase Italy’s signature design aesthetic.

“My flagship showroom is in NYC, which has served as my home base, until my wife, who is a breast surgeon, received an offer to join an amazing team in Connecticut — so we moved. While exploring the area, we just fell in love with Greenwich,” owner Biagio Lucenti said in a statement.

“We found Greenwich to be very clean, safe and have a wonderfully chic and fashionable vibe, not to mention the excellent schools that were a factor for our son,” Lucenti said.

“Once we bought a home here, I knew the next step was to open this new showroom and share the luxury of elegant comfort, which is the cornerstone of Italian style and is reflected in life here in Greenwich,”

he said.

He promises the new local showroom “brings Italy’s legendary craftsmanship and quality to America with an ever-expanding selection” of items.

First Selectman Fred Camillo officiated at the grand opening and ribbon-cutting on Oct. 29 as Lucenti Interiors officially expanded into Greenwich.

The team at Lucenti Interiors is committed “to upholding the highest European standards in impeccable form, the finest quality, endless flexibility, countless finishes and exceptional service,” it said in a statement.

The materials for the many brands offered are sourced in Italy, and the pieces are designed and manufactured in Italy by Italian artisans, the statement said.

With floor plans and elevations provided through an architect, or in-house CAD drawings, Lucenti Interiors’ workshop can produce any custom design required or desired, the statement said. Lucenti said his team is “ready to create the environment of your dreams.”

Designers, architects and other clients will find a large exhibition space at the store, with different furniture solutions all made in Italy. The brand selection includes Ernestomeda, Flex-form, Edoné, Res, Flos, Pacini & Cappellini, Tagliabue Mobili, Besana Carpet Lab, Vescom, Dresswall, Terragni and BM Luxury.

According to the website for the showroom, Lucenti’s grandfather — and namesake — “was renowned for transforming architect’s drawings into award-winning, intricate hand inlays made from the finest woods.”

His only son, Giuseppe, showed a similar talent for detailed craftsmanship, the website says.

The hours at the Greenwich showroom are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays to Fridays and Saturdays by appointment. For more information, visit