Mexico City is and has always been, the sun in the Mexican solar system. Though much-maligned in the past, these days the city is cleaning up its act. A sprawling metropolis, Mexico City invites comparisons to other cities for its scale and its importance as a continental hub. Today, Interior Design Magazines is going to show you some of the best design showrooms in Mexico City, so grab your notebook and start taking a few notes!
DECADA is a unique vintage furniture store where you can find mid-century pieces from American, Danish, and Mexican designers among others. The showroom is located in an eclectic Deco house from the ’40s in an upcoming neighborhood, La Santa Maria La Ribera.
Design Within Reach
If you’re planning a home renovation or a new design project, Design Within Reach is the ideal choice to pick the best high-end design pieces that will suit any style and scale of the design project.
Fritz Hansen Mexico City
At Fritz Hansan’s showroom, located in sunny Mexico City, you’ll find the most unique and iconic pieces you can imagine!
If you’re thinking about a home renovation, mob estudio will have the best selection of furnishing and lighting!
The vividly colored Roche Bobois showrooms deliver innovative, boundary-pushing pieces (including Jean Paul Gaultier’s playful chariot-inspired “Ben Hur” armchair with wheels) and patterns from designers such as Cécile Maia Pujol and Kenzo Takada without sacrificing comfort.
Housed in a gorgeous mansion in Roma Norte, don’t miss a visit to the Studio DavidPompa showroom. The lighting, tiles, and furnishings of Studio DavidPompa were born out of the desire to create a contemporary design with a strong commitment to Mexican identity and craftsmanship.
Originally focused on a midcentury design, furniture, and art, Trouvé has expanded its offerings to include unique designs inspired by the modernist vibe of the 50s, 60s, and 70s.